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Marc Logan
No. 29, 23, 20, 43
Born: (1965-05-09) May 9, 1965 (age 58)
Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.
Career information
Position(s)Running back
NFL draft1987 / Round: 5 / Pick: 130
Career history
As player
1987–1988Cincinnati Bengals
1989–1991Miami Dolphins
1992–1994San Francisco 49ers
1995–1997Washington Redskins
Career stats

Marc Anthony Logan (born May 9, 1965) is a former American football running back that played NCAA D1-A before playing in the National Football League (NFL).

Marc weighs in at 6'0, 228 lbs. Marc attended the University of Kentucky in college wearing the number 25. At Kentucky, Marc enjoyed four very successful seasons, leading his team in receptions in his Sophomore, Junior and Senior years. As a Sophomore in the 1985 Hall of Fame Bowl, Marc scored two touchdowns on just five plays in his MVP performance, setting two NCAA bowl records for the longest kick return (85 yards) as well as the longest play from scrimmage (63 yards). His kickoff return record still stands today.

Marc was selected in the fifth round of the 1987 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals.[1] He went on to play eleven years in the NFL from 1987 to 1997 for the Bengals, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins. Throughout his career Marc rushed for 1,391 yards on 325 carries, averaging 4.4 yards per carry with 15 touchdowns. Marc also had 123 receptions for 1,135 yards, averaging 9.2 yards per reception with 3 touchdowns. He also added 1,830 yards on 89 returns, averaging 20.6 yards, with 1 touchdown. He played in Super Bowl XXIII for the Bengals and was a part of the Super Bowl XXIX winning San Francisco 49ers.


  1. ^ "1987 NFL Draft Listing". Retrieved 2023-10-01.