Ex-NFL running back, University of Texas star dies at 36

Cedric Benson, a former NFL running back and fourth overall pick in the 2005 NFL draft, died in Austin over the weekend.
0:27 | 08/19/19

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Sad story from over the weekend one of the best running backs in college football history is dead after a motorcycle crash former University of Texas star Cedric Benson. And a female passenger died Saturday night in Midland Texas and two other people were injured. That's it was voted college football's top running back in 2004 he helped Chicago reach Super Bowl 41 in 2007. A number of current and former players and coaches have reacted to Benson's death on social media. Senator Bentsen was 36.

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