Former Oakland Raiders star Running Back Bo Jackson is set to appear in the Madden Ultimate Team mode of “Madden NFL 15,” EA Sports confirmed in a press releaseÂ on Monday.
Forced to retire after a serious hip injury against the Bengals in 1991, Jackson managed to play only four seasons in the NFL, but ran for 2,782 yards and a whopping 5.4 yards a carry and 16 TDs. He also won the Heisman Trophy in 1985. Although his appearance in the NES classic â€œTecmo Bowlâ€ is well-documented, Jackson has never appeared in an EA Sports game, until now.
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