Franco Harris played for the Steelers from 1972 to 1983.
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Franco Harris - 11,950 yards
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Franco Harris with 100.
Currently, no Steelers player wears the #32. The last player to wear it was Franco Harris in 1983.
Franco Harris played 13 seasons in the NFL: 1972-1983: Pittsburgh Steelers 1984: Seattle Seahawks
RB Franco Harris of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl IX.
The MVP of Superbowl IX was Franco Harris who was a fullback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The game was played between the Steelers and Vikings and the Steelers won with a score of 16 to 6.
Running back Franco Harris of the Pittsburgh Steelers was the MVP of Super Bowl IX.
Super Bowl IX MVP, running back Franco Harris.
Franco Harris is the all time Steelers rushing leader with 11,950 yards.
The last and most famous Steelers player to wear the number 32 was Hall of Fame running back Franco Harris from 1972-1983.
Franco Harris, running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers, won 4 Super bowls in the mid and late 70s.
Franco's first season with the Steelers was 1972. He replaced Preston Pearson who was the second leading rusher for the Steelers in the 1971 season (behind Frenchy Fuqua). Pearson stayed with the Steelers through the 1974 season, mainly as a return man and 3rd down back.
Through the 2010 season, that is Franco Harris with 100 (91 rushing, 9 pass receiving).
Former Steelers running back Franco Harris is 68 years old (birthdate: March 7, 1950).
Franco Harris is the all-time Steelers leader in touchdowns with 100. He had 91 rushing and 9 receiving touchdowns.
(as of 10 August 2009) Franco Harris (born March 7, 1950) is a former American Football player best known for his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1990.
Franco Harris has the most rushing touchdowns for the Steelers with 91.
December 23, 1972 in a playoff game against the Oakland Raiders.