Vincent Workman (born May 9, 1967) is a former professional American football running back who was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the fifth round of the 1989 NFL Draft. Workman played eight seasons in the NFL from 1989 to 1996 for the Packers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Carolina Panthers and the Indianapolis Colts. Prior to his career at Ohio State University, he attended Dublin Coffman High School in Dublin, Ohio, where he still owns all but one rushing record from his tenure in 1982-1984. Vince was a three-year starter at running back and wide receiver while Ohio State and was Team Captain in 1988. Vince worked for the Packers as a Pro Scout and Strength Coach from 1999-2006.
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|Born:||May 9, 1967|
Buffalo, New York
|NFL draft||1989 / Round: 5 / Pick 127|
|1989–1992||Green Bay Packers|
|1992–1994||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
While with Green Bay in 1992, Workman was the starting running back in the September game that is famously known for being the week that QB Brett Favre made his NFL game debut replacing the injured QB Don Majkowski. The Packers claimed victory 24-23 in a comeback win over the Bengals at Lambeau Field where Favre threw for two fourth-quarter touchdowns to complete the rally. Vince is the owner of the Green Bay Packers' team record for most catches by a running back in a single game with 12 in 1992 vs the Minnesota Vikings. He also owns the Carolina Panther record for most receptions by a running back in a game vs the LA Rams in 1995. He is the only Packers running back to catch 12 in one game.
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