His height was listed at six-foot in college, however towards the end of his NFL career his pro stats show 5'10''. This drastic change in height could be due to the punishing hits a running back takes, especially over a long career like his. Most RB's lose an inch in their first year or two. His weight was always around 200-210 lbs. Also his son measured in at 6' 2'' in college so it's not crazy to think Walter was even taller than that. I'm just basing this off facts from old football cards.
He played at 200 lbs.
Less than 75 cents
800 -1000 dollars
It is worth between $7000 and $9000 depending on the quality of the autograph.
$20.00------$40.00 ching$$ ching$$
Well Signed Jerseys of him are worth it was like $2,000, and Walter Payton is dead so probably allot, mabie not as much as the autograph jerseys, but he doesn't have the record anymore, so i dont now, still worth allot.
400 pounds exact
Most of the football cards are worth a price between $5 and $10. If the card is autographed, it will be worth much more.
800 pounds!! isn't that crazy and he could bench press 500 when he was 17!! CRAZY!!
According to Arn Anderson, Faarooq could bench 605 pounds, at max. However, many doubt this figure.
if the coach does a penalty against the referee or the other team. if the coach mouth talks to much to a referee he could get a bench penalty
NBA player Elfrid Payton weighs 190 pounds.
Steve Slaton bench pressed 425 pounds in the spring of 2006 while attending West Virginia.