The Hall of Fame running back has the highest number of interceptions (23) of any player in the history of the game.
But it is not the worst.
That honor goes to Reggie Wayne, who had the second-highest total (42) of the all-time list.
Here are the others.
1964 Dallas Cowboys QB Joe Namath passes the ball during the fourth quarter of the Dallas Cowboys’ 31-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, Nov. 11, 1964.
The Cowboys won the game 34-27.
(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) 1960 Oakland Raiders QB Johnny Unitas passes the football during the second half of the Oakland Raiders’ 34-31 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at AT &T Stadium.
The Raiders lost the game 17-16.
(Getty Images) 1949 Chicago Bears QB Joe Nantz (16) and running back Sam “Fooch” Brown (13) celebrate after defeating the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium.
Nantz scored three touchdowns and Brown added a fourth in a 20-17 victory over New York on Sunday.
The Bears went on to lose the NFC title game to the Packers.
(Associated Press) 1948 Dallas Cowboys RB George Rogers (20) runs against the New Orleans Saints defense during the third quarter of an NFL football game at the AT&TA Stadium in Dallas, Texas.
The Dallas Cowboys defeated the New England Patriots 27-10 in Super Bowl XXVIII.
(John Minchillo/Associated Press, File) 1947 Cleveland Browns QB Harry “Bud” Bryant (19) runs with the ball as quarterback George Halas (23), linebacker Willie Parker (27) and wide receiver Sam “Fred” Williams (24) watch during the first half of an NCAA college football game between the University of Miami and the University at Buffalo, Sunday Oct. 10, 1947 in Miami, Fla.
The game ended in a 24-23 win for the Hurricanes.
(Maurice T. Young/AP) 1946 Cleveland Browns RB Harry “Bulldog” Bryant runs with a first down in the first quarter of a NCAA college basketball game against the University-Miami at University at BUY Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., Saturday, Nov, 11, 1946.
The Browns beat Miami 38-28.
(Tom Pennington/Getty Images for NCAA) 1945 Pittsburgh Steelers QB George Blanda (2) runs in a game against Detroit Lions defensive end Joe Gibbs (2), left, in the second quarter of NFL football at the Green Bay Packers Stadium in Green Bay, Wis., Sunday, Aug. 7, 1945.
The Lions defeated the Steelers 23-14.
(Mark Schlabach/Associated Statesman Journal via AP) 1944 Washington Redskins QB Tommy “Big Boy” Cooter (21) runs to the end zone after scoring a touchdown during the game against New York Browns, Sunday at the St. Louis Browns Stadium in St. Paul, Minn.
Cooter’s first touchdown of the day was a 43-yarder.
The win came with 10:59 left in the third period.
(Frank Franklin II/Associated PRESS) 1943 Cleveland Browns quarterback Fred “Goon” Hensley (30) runs into the endzone for a touchdown in the fourth overtime period of NFL game at Cincinnati, Sunday Dec. 13, 1943 in Cincinnati.
The Cleveland Browns beat the Bengals 34-0.
(Marvin C. Johnson/Associated press) 1942 Cleveland Browns WR John Cottrell (21), left (back) and linebacker George “Buddy” Jones (13), center, watch in the sidelines after the Browns beat New York Packers, 18-10, in Super Bowl II at Madison Square Garden in New York City, Monday, Jan. 5, 1942.
The Packers defeated the Browns 31-13.
(Ron Galella/Getty) 1941 Cleveland Browns running back Joe “Pee Wee” Green (2nd from left) runs up the middle of the field after scoring an 18-yard touchdown run during the Browns 43-21 victory over Dallas in Superbowl XLIX, Sunday in New Orleans, La.
The Bulldogs won 42-28, with quarterback Willie “The Bulldog” Smith throwing a touchdown pass to wide receiver Fred “The Duck” Jackson.
(Joe Caporoso/AP, File; Associated Press) 1940 Philadelphia Eagles QB Henry “The Gator” Smith (24), center (back), receiver Charlie “The Big Boy” Robinson (13-3) and receiver Frank “Gator” Jones run up the sideline in a pregame warmup before an NFL game against Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday Nov. 21, 1940 in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Steelers won the match 38-27, with Pittsburgh quarterback Jack “The Hawk” Johnson throwing a TD pass to tight end Fred “Big Daddy” Davis.
(Michael Sears/Getty Image) 1939 San Francisco Giants QB Billy “Bump” Jones, left, and running backs Ed Davis and