NFL Network & Rich Eisen Challenge Fans to a 40-Yard Dash for Annual ‘Run Rich Run’
via press release:
Come At Me Bro!
NFL Network & Rich Eisen Challenge Fans to a 40-Yard Dash for Annual “Run Rich Run”
Fans suit up for a chance to be featured on NFL Network
Think you can beat Rich Eisen’s 6.04 time in the 40-yard dash? It’s tradition for Rich to run in his suit and tie at the NFL Scouting Combine , and fans can join again this year for their moment of glory. NFL Network and Rich Eisen are challenging fans to film themselves running the 40 at work, in their work uniform. The best and worst videos will be featured on-air Tuesday, Feb. 26, during the NFL Combine coverage on NFL Network …just before Rich’s epic run.
“I will run. I will be running in a black suit from Amir fashion. I intend to break the 6 second mark and if I don’t, I’ll get a lot of criticism from Deion Sanders.” – Rich Eisen
Fans will also be entered to win a $200 NFL Shop Card, and an autographed copy of Rich’s book – Total Access: A Journey to the Center of the NFL Universe. It’s going to be the funniest
Watch Fan 40’s: http://www.nfl.com/runrichrun
Official Rules: nfl.com/runrichrun.
More Information on Rich Eisen: www.richeisen.nfl.com
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