The autobiography "Promises to Keep: My Inspired Run from Syracuse to Denver to the Hall" (Triumph) traces the life of Floyd Little who was raised in poverty in New Haven, Connecticut, was bowlegged, sent off to military school, and told his IQ was too low to even consider college.
He overcame those obstacles to become a three-time All-American football player at Syracuse University and one of the best NFL running backs of his era with the Denver Broncos.
After football, he earned a law degree and ran a successful automobile dealership for more than 25 years.
In "Promises to Keep," Floyd Little reflects on a lifetime of beating the odds and achieving excellence on and off the field. He shares his memories from his record-setting seasons at Syracuse and in Denver and reflects on his long, unconventional road to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.