The 27-year-old Dayne played 14 games (2 starts) for the Giants in 2004 and rushed 52 times for 179 yards (3.4 avg.) with one touchdown. He compiled 1,460 rushing yards from 2000-01 to mark the highest total recorded by a Giants running back in his first two years since 1990-91 (Rodney Hampton).
Dayne established an NCAA Division I-A career regular-season rushing record (6,397 yds.) at Wisconsin and, including bowl games, became the first player in college football history to rush for more than 7,000 career yards (7,125 yds.). In addition to earning consensus All-American and first-team All-Big Ten honors as a senior, he won the Heisman Trophy, Doak Walker Award and the Maxwell Award. A first-team All-American at Overbrook High School in Berlin, N.J., Dayne was born March 14, 1978, in Berlin.
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