Marrio Grier joined the
Cobras as an AFL rookie with starting NFL experience. He rushed for
117 yards, good enough to lead the league at the time of the May 14 knee
injury that ended his season. Grier still finished the season as
the Cobras’ top rusher. He opened the season with a 34-yard, one
TD performance vs. Florida, and scored the game-winning touchdown on a
28-yard run at Los Angeles. His 44 yards in that game were the highest
for a Cobras fullback all season. Grier rushed for 23 yards, including
a 15-yard touchdown, against Orlando and had two touchdowns at Tampa Bay.
He tore his the ACL and MCL in his right knee on the first play of the
game in Florida when he was hit in the knee by a helmet.
Two-year starter at fullback
for the New England Patriots, playing in every regular season and playoff
game in 1996-97... Gained 180 yards on 60 carries and scored two touchdowns...
Sixth round draft choice (145th pick) in 1996... Totaled 180 yards and
two touchdowns for New England... Spent time with the Barcelona Dragons
of NFL Europe in 1999, where he rushed for 93 yards and blocked for Lawrence
Phillips, who led the league in rushing
Led the Mocs in rushing
with 743 yards and seven touchdowns on 161 carries as a senior... Also
had 26 catches for 192 yards... Played two seasons at Clemson before transferring...
Played in 11 games for the Tigers as a redshirt freshman, starting at fullback
against Florida State and Ball State
Free Agent, 00
6 rushes for 44 yds
and 1 TD
5 rushes for 14 yds
and 2 TD