Catching Up With A-Train
June 15, 2011
When Anthony Thomas left Michigan in 2000, he was the Wolverines' all-time leading rusher and considered one of the best backs in Michigan football history.
His record of 4,472 yards was eventually broken by Mike Hart, but Thomas was good enough to be drafted in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, where he played from 2001-04. He also spent time in Dallas, New Orleans and Buffalo before retiring.
Now, he's living in Missouri City, Texas, and living a fairly quiet retired NFL life. AnnArbor.com caught up with Thomas at this weekend's Michigan From The Heart charity golf tournament in Ann Arbor.
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