Most data provided by 24-7 Baseball, creators of the ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia. Celebrities and Notable People Who Have Had Coronavirus. He played pewee, pony, and varsity grade school football for Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament(OLBS) Golden Gales. Catherina, an attorney, is from Lafayette and got her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara, and they met when Ricky played for the 49ers in the early ’90s. It’s a lot more activity than most former professional athletes experience, but it pales in comparison with what Watters declares his greatest role: fatherhood. Ricky is also an advocate for former players who have risked their lives playing football and suffered permanent injury.

John Shea is The San Francisco Chronicle's national baseball writer and columnist. Others interviewed said his behavior was no different than other inductees, in particular, Joe Namath and Lawrence Taylor. He finished his professional career with 10,643 yards rushing and 4,248 yards receiving and 91 total touchdowns in regular season play.  (Running Watters or Thunder), Born: Data Provided By I remember him saying, ‘I hope you don’t mind I don’t play football,’ and I was, like, ‘Just be happy.’”. For what?"

Ricky Waters Obituary. His instincts took over and chose preservation versus injury. If you see something that doesn't look right on this page, please do inform us using the form below: © 2017 Dead or Kicking / All Rights Reserved.

His father earned a Purple Heart in the Korean War and his mother was a nurse who took care of elderly patients. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences.

Watters and his wife, Catherina, live in Moraga with their sons Ricky Jr. and Shane, and the parents have a particularly special emotional bond with each. Leave your condolences to the family on this memorial page or send flowers to show you care. He’s one of two players with a 1,000-yard rushing seasons on three teams (49ers, Eagles, Seahawks). As of the 2007 NFL season, Watters is the only NFL running back to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season for three different teams. Connor … Following the departure of Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown, Holtz moved Watters to Brown's flanker position for the 1988 season to ignite the Irish passing attack. In particular, he was considered to be a "loud mouth" by some critics, who argued it overshadowed his on-the-field accomplishments. Currently Watters is a motivational speaker for kids who, like himself, are adopted. Sought after by every major college program in the NCAA, he decided to sign with the University of Notre Dame where he became an all American wide receiver and running back and became a starter on the 1988 National Championship team. RELATED: The Tragic Death of Beloved ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Louis Riddick was a four-year letterman, a two-time Academic All-American, and a team captain his senior year at the University of Pittsburgh. The "For Who, For What?" The best breathable face masks for playing sports and... CDC NIOSH-approved N95 masks are $13 per 2-pack, Walmart's 'Black Friday' AirPods deal goes live Wednesday, This $449 HP laptop is perfect for virtual learning, too, Call your dad: Thermostats are on sale at Home Depot, I rode this Peloton competitor for 21 days. He has been covering baseball for four decades, including 33 years in the Bay Area. He started at running back for the 49ers during the next three seasons and San Francisco's offense led the NFL in scoring and yardage each year. “All the stuff I preach to them, studying and being early and sitting up front and talking with professors, they got to see me in action,” Watters said. in Harrisburg, PA, College: Watters is listed in the credits, and is clearly shown on the back of his Knights jersey #32. In Super Bowl XXIX the following season, Watters scored three touchdowns in San Francisco's 49-26 victory over the San Diego Chargers, tying a Super Bowl mark shared by fellow 49ers Roger Craig and Jerry Rice, and later matched by Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos. Ricky Watters: Pos: RB, Career: 144 G, 91 TD (26th), 10643 Yds (24th), 4.1 Y/A, 5xProBowl, Seahawks/Eagles/.. 1992-2001, born PA 1969

Shane is Nigerian and Korean. Despite his 5 Pro Bowl selections and his high rankings in total rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns, criticism of his lack of professional demeanor was cited by voters as a primary reason for his failure to be inducted. He uses his book — “For Who For What: A Warrior’s Journey” — to help motivate kids and find their passion. He also won a Super Bowl as a member of the 1994 San Francisco 49ers. Injuries galore for 49ers vs. Seahawks including... LeBron offers highest praise imaginable during... 49ers’ Kittle offers supervillain nickname for... Will injured 49ers RB return vs. Seahawks and fill... Opinion: Does Kerr know what he's getting into w/... Can this tweet about Seahawks star Jamal Adams ever... 'Major change' in Bay Area weather forecast for Friday, Judge limits California Gov. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Ricky Watters having the coronavirus (COVID-19). Ex-49ers RB Ricky Watters shows there's life after football. Recently Passed Away Celebrities and Famous People. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. Receive obituaries from the city or cities of your choice. His journey wasn't easy and he had many challenges along the way, but he credits his parents, coaches and teachers for keeping him focused and resilient. Watters played for ten seasons in the NFL with San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Seattle. But he quickly established himself as a very productive player for the Eagles and helped Philadelphia get to the playoffs in 1995 and 1996. They are proud parents of two boys, Ricky Jr. and Shane Watters. Since his last NFL game in 2001, former 49ers running back Ricky Watters has written a book, returned to the Notre Dame classrooms, briefly coached high school football, delved into the music world, made endless motivational speeches and served as a TV analyst. He also started an independent record label "Tigero Records" which he named after his first son who passed away a few weeks after birth when he was playing for the Seahawks. Ricky's camp not only teaches football skills but life skills and respect for those who came before and paved the way. Their combined roles as an NFL player, NFL wife, father, mother, and attorney have provided the insight necessary to help players and their spouses make the right decisions for their families and handle the pressures of an NFL career. Watters added to the high-powered 49ers offense, with 1,418 yards from scrimmage and 11 touchdowns. Find the obituary of Richard “Ricky” Watters (1961 - 2019) from Canfield, OH. I don’t like leaving them by themselves or don’t want anyone else raising them.

A true champion, Ricky is on a very short list of players to win championships on the grade school, high school, college, and pro levels. Ricky_Watters_Home_Page_Pic 2.jpg. His team of qualified coaches which includes teammates from the Notre Dame '88 National Championship team and the NFL make the Ricky Watters Pro Football Experience an event not to be missed. Walter Jerry Payton (July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999) was an American professional football player who was a running back for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons.

after his first game as an Eagle on September 3, 1995 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, when he "short armed" a pass to avoid contact in a 21-6 loss. There are no additional photos for Ricky Waters at this time.

Watters joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 1995 as a free agent. Ricky excelled in several sports...basketball, baseball and football. During the interview, most every subject came back to Watters’ family, which relocated to the East Bay from Florida a year ago. Would you like to offer Ricky Waters’s loved ones a condolence message? Watters was on the ballot along with Terrell Davis, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, and others for the February 3, 2007 Pro Football Hall of Fame selections. April 7, 1969

Ricky who was the franchise player for the Eagles led his team to the Playoffs that year and was selected to the Pro Bowl, All-Pro and All-Madden teams. We are sad to announce that on May 23, 2012, at the age of 51, Ricky Waters (Benton, Tennessee) passed away. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. (51 years old). “That shook me up and knocked me over. When the subject turned to music, Watters said he has had a studio and invited in artists, and that his love for poetry — “which wasn’t always cool when you’re in the ’hood and a football player” — and art helped him musically. “When I was little, I was the one walking around with a boom box on my shoulder, I had the turntables, I used to break dance; I did it all. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos.

Ricky Watters also has appeared in the movie Any Given Sunday. He is regarded as one of the greatest running backs of all time. Ricky Watters was born on April 7, 1969 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Celebrities and Famous People Who Passed Away Today in History. With six All-Americans, the team cemented its place as one of the greatest teams in the history of college football. I remember asking God, ‘Please give me another chance,’ and if he did, I’d give up anything to have Ricky Jr. Watters said it was difficult to find out he was adopted at age 9 and made sure Shane knew at an earlier age. Copyright © 2020 Echovita Inc. All rights reserved. Life wasn’t about touchdowns and fancy cars and fancy suits. Wearing a Notre Dame national championship ring and Super Bowl XXIX ring, Watters, 46, was interviewed Wednesday at the downtown CSN Bay Area studios, where he works as a 49ers analyst and appears on several shows every week, including pregame and postgame telecasts. You can add a photo to pay tribute to Ricky Waters. “A year and an hour apart,” Watters said of Tigero and Ricky Jr. “Both were premature, and Ricky Jr. wasn’t even supposed to be born that day. He was adopted at a young age by his parents Ulysees "Big Jim" Watters and Frances Marie Watters. “I always wondered why I loved music so much, and I think this is why: So I could pour it all into (Ricky Jr.), and he’s taken off with it,” Watters said. the official stats partner of the NFL. Watters arrived at Notre Dame in 1987 as a highly touted member of head coach Lou Holtz's second recruiting class.

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Most data provided by 24-7 Baseball, creators of the ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia. Celebrities and Notable People Who Have Had Coronavirus. He played pewee, pony, and varsity grade school football for Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament(OLBS) Golden Gales. Catherina, an attorney, is from Lafayette and got her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara, and they met when Ricky played for the 49ers in the early ’90s. It’s a lot more activity than most former professional athletes experience, but it pales in comparison with what Watters declares his greatest role: fatherhood. Ricky is also an advocate for former players who have risked their lives playing football and suffered permanent injury.

John Shea is The San Francisco Chronicle's national baseball writer and columnist. Others interviewed said his behavior was no different than other inductees, in particular, Joe Namath and Lawrence Taylor. He finished his professional career with 10,643 yards rushing and 4,248 yards receiving and 91 total touchdowns in regular season play.  (Running Watters or Thunder), Born: Data Provided By I remember him saying, ‘I hope you don’t mind I don’t play football,’ and I was, like, ‘Just be happy.’”. For what?"

Ricky Waters Obituary. His instincts took over and chose preservation versus injury. If you see something that doesn't look right on this page, please do inform us using the form below: © 2017 Dead or Kicking / All Rights Reserved.

His father earned a Purple Heart in the Korean War and his mother was a nurse who took care of elderly patients. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences.

Watters and his wife, Catherina, live in Moraga with their sons Ricky Jr. and Shane, and the parents have a particularly special emotional bond with each. Leave your condolences to the family on this memorial page or send flowers to show you care. He’s one of two players with a 1,000-yard rushing seasons on three teams (49ers, Eagles, Seahawks). As of the 2007 NFL season, Watters is the only NFL running back to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season for three different teams. Connor … Following the departure of Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown, Holtz moved Watters to Brown's flanker position for the 1988 season to ignite the Irish passing attack. In particular, he was considered to be a "loud mouth" by some critics, who argued it overshadowed his on-the-field accomplishments. Currently Watters is a motivational speaker for kids who, like himself, are adopted. Sought after by every major college program in the NCAA, he decided to sign with the University of Notre Dame where he became an all American wide receiver and running back and became a starter on the 1988 National Championship team. RELATED: The Tragic Death of Beloved ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Louis Riddick was a four-year letterman, a two-time Academic All-American, and a team captain his senior year at the University of Pittsburgh. The "For Who, For What?" The best breathable face masks for playing sports and... CDC NIOSH-approved N95 masks are $13 per 2-pack, Walmart's 'Black Friday' AirPods deal goes live Wednesday, This $449 HP laptop is perfect for virtual learning, too, Call your dad: Thermostats are on sale at Home Depot, I rode this Peloton competitor for 21 days. He has been covering baseball for four decades, including 33 years in the Bay Area. He started at running back for the 49ers during the next three seasons and San Francisco's offense led the NFL in scoring and yardage each year. “All the stuff I preach to them, studying and being early and sitting up front and talking with professors, they got to see me in action,” Watters said. in Harrisburg, PA, College: Watters is listed in the credits, and is clearly shown on the back of his Knights jersey #32. In Super Bowl XXIX the following season, Watters scored three touchdowns in San Francisco's 49-26 victory over the San Diego Chargers, tying a Super Bowl mark shared by fellow 49ers Roger Craig and Jerry Rice, and later matched by Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos. Ricky Watters: Pos: RB, Career: 144 G, 91 TD (26th), 10643 Yds (24th), 4.1 Y/A, 5xProBowl, Seahawks/Eagles/.. 1992-2001, born PA 1969

Shane is Nigerian and Korean. Despite his 5 Pro Bowl selections and his high rankings in total rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns, criticism of his lack of professional demeanor was cited by voters as a primary reason for his failure to be inducted. He uses his book — “For Who For What: A Warrior’s Journey” — to help motivate kids and find their passion. He also won a Super Bowl as a member of the 1994 San Francisco 49ers. Injuries galore for 49ers vs. Seahawks including... LeBron offers highest praise imaginable during... 49ers’ Kittle offers supervillain nickname for... Will injured 49ers RB return vs. Seahawks and fill... Opinion: Does Kerr know what he's getting into w/... Can this tweet about Seahawks star Jamal Adams ever... 'Major change' in Bay Area weather forecast for Friday, Judge limits California Gov. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Ricky Watters having the coronavirus (COVID-19). Ex-49ers RB Ricky Watters shows there's life after football. Recently Passed Away Celebrities and Famous People. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. Receive obituaries from the city or cities of your choice. His journey wasn't easy and he had many challenges along the way, but he credits his parents, coaches and teachers for keeping him focused and resilient. Watters played for ten seasons in the NFL with San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Seattle. But he quickly established himself as a very productive player for the Eagles and helped Philadelphia get to the playoffs in 1995 and 1996. They are proud parents of two boys, Ricky Jr. and Shane Watters. Since his last NFL game in 2001, former 49ers running back Ricky Watters has written a book, returned to the Notre Dame classrooms, briefly coached high school football, delved into the music world, made endless motivational speeches and served as a TV analyst. He also started an independent record label "Tigero Records" which he named after his first son who passed away a few weeks after birth when he was playing for the Seahawks. Ricky's camp not only teaches football skills but life skills and respect for those who came before and paved the way. Their combined roles as an NFL player, NFL wife, father, mother, and attorney have provided the insight necessary to help players and their spouses make the right decisions for their families and handle the pressures of an NFL career. Watters added to the high-powered 49ers offense, with 1,418 yards from scrimmage and 11 touchdowns. Find the obituary of Richard “Ricky” Watters (1961 - 2019) from Canfield, OH. I don’t like leaving them by themselves or don’t want anyone else raising them.

A true champion, Ricky is on a very short list of players to win championships on the grade school, high school, college, and pro levels. Ricky_Watters_Home_Page_Pic 2.jpg. His team of qualified coaches which includes teammates from the Notre Dame '88 National Championship team and the NFL make the Ricky Watters Pro Football Experience an event not to be missed. Walter Jerry Payton (July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999) was an American professional football player who was a running back for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons.

after his first game as an Eagle on September 3, 1995 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, when he "short armed" a pass to avoid contact in a 21-6 loss. There are no additional photos for Ricky Waters at this time.

Watters joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 1995 as a free agent. Ricky excelled in several sports...basketball, baseball and football. During the interview, most every subject came back to Watters’ family, which relocated to the East Bay from Florida a year ago. Would you like to offer Ricky Waters’s loved ones a condolence message? Watters was on the ballot along with Terrell Davis, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, and others for the February 3, 2007 Pro Football Hall of Fame selections. April 7, 1969

Ricky who was the franchise player for the Eagles led his team to the Playoffs that year and was selected to the Pro Bowl, All-Pro and All-Madden teams. We are sad to announce that on May 23, 2012, at the age of 51, Ricky Waters (Benton, Tennessee) passed away. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. (51 years old). “That shook me up and knocked me over. When the subject turned to music, Watters said he has had a studio and invited in artists, and that his love for poetry — “which wasn’t always cool when you’re in the ’hood and a football player” — and art helped him musically. “When I was little, I was the one walking around with a boom box on my shoulder, I had the turntables, I used to break dance; I did it all. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos.

Ricky Watters also has appeared in the movie Any Given Sunday. He is regarded as one of the greatest running backs of all time. Ricky Watters was born on April 7, 1969 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Celebrities and Famous People Who Passed Away Today in History. With six All-Americans, the team cemented its place as one of the greatest teams in the history of college football. I remember asking God, ‘Please give me another chance,’ and if he did, I’d give up anything to have Ricky Jr. Watters said it was difficult to find out he was adopted at age 9 and made sure Shane knew at an earlier age. Copyright © 2020 Echovita Inc. All rights reserved. Life wasn’t about touchdowns and fancy cars and fancy suits. Wearing a Notre Dame national championship ring and Super Bowl XXIX ring, Watters, 46, was interviewed Wednesday at the downtown CSN Bay Area studios, where he works as a 49ers analyst and appears on several shows every week, including pregame and postgame telecasts. You can add a photo to pay tribute to Ricky Waters. “A year and an hour apart,” Watters said of Tigero and Ricky Jr. “Both were premature, and Ricky Jr. wasn’t even supposed to be born that day. He was adopted at a young age by his parents Ulysees "Big Jim" Watters and Frances Marie Watters. “I always wondered why I loved music so much, and I think this is why: So I could pour it all into (Ricky Jr.), and he’s taken off with it,” Watters said. the official stats partner of the NFL. Watters arrived at Notre Dame in 1987 as a highly touted member of head coach Lou Holtz's second recruiting class.

A death notice completed by the family and of which all the information is confirmed and correct.

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Most data provided by 24-7 Baseball, creators of the ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia. Celebrities and Notable People Who Have Had Coronavirus. He played pewee, pony, and varsity grade school football for Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament(OLBS) Golden Gales. Catherina, an attorney, is from Lafayette and got her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara, and they met when Ricky played for the 49ers in the early ’90s. It’s a lot more activity than most former professional athletes experience, but it pales in comparison with what Watters declares his greatest role: fatherhood. Ricky is also an advocate for former players who have risked their lives playing football and suffered permanent injury.

John Shea is The San Francisco Chronicle's national baseball writer and columnist. Others interviewed said his behavior was no different than other inductees, in particular, Joe Namath and Lawrence Taylor. He finished his professional career with 10,643 yards rushing and 4,248 yards receiving and 91 total touchdowns in regular season play.  (Running Watters or Thunder), Born: Data Provided By I remember him saying, ‘I hope you don’t mind I don’t play football,’ and I was, like, ‘Just be happy.’”. For what?"

Ricky Waters Obituary. His instincts took over and chose preservation versus injury. If you see something that doesn't look right on this page, please do inform us using the form below: © 2017 Dead or Kicking / All Rights Reserved.

His father earned a Purple Heart in the Korean War and his mother was a nurse who took care of elderly patients. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences.

Watters and his wife, Catherina, live in Moraga with their sons Ricky Jr. and Shane, and the parents have a particularly special emotional bond with each. Leave your condolences to the family on this memorial page or send flowers to show you care. He’s one of two players with a 1,000-yard rushing seasons on three teams (49ers, Eagles, Seahawks). As of the 2007 NFL season, Watters is the only NFL running back to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season for three different teams. Connor … Following the departure of Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown, Holtz moved Watters to Brown's flanker position for the 1988 season to ignite the Irish passing attack. In particular, he was considered to be a "loud mouth" by some critics, who argued it overshadowed his on-the-field accomplishments. Currently Watters is a motivational speaker for kids who, like himself, are adopted. Sought after by every major college program in the NCAA, he decided to sign with the University of Notre Dame where he became an all American wide receiver and running back and became a starter on the 1988 National Championship team. RELATED: The Tragic Death of Beloved ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Louis Riddick was a four-year letterman, a two-time Academic All-American, and a team captain his senior year at the University of Pittsburgh. The "For Who, For What?" The best breathable face masks for playing sports and... CDC NIOSH-approved N95 masks are $13 per 2-pack, Walmart's 'Black Friday' AirPods deal goes live Wednesday, This $449 HP laptop is perfect for virtual learning, too, Call your dad: Thermostats are on sale at Home Depot, I rode this Peloton competitor for 21 days. He has been covering baseball for four decades, including 33 years in the Bay Area. He started at running back for the 49ers during the next three seasons and San Francisco's offense led the NFL in scoring and yardage each year. “All the stuff I preach to them, studying and being early and sitting up front and talking with professors, they got to see me in action,” Watters said. in Harrisburg, PA, College: Watters is listed in the credits, and is clearly shown on the back of his Knights jersey #32. In Super Bowl XXIX the following season, Watters scored three touchdowns in San Francisco's 49-26 victory over the San Diego Chargers, tying a Super Bowl mark shared by fellow 49ers Roger Craig and Jerry Rice, and later matched by Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos. Ricky Watters: Pos: RB, Career: 144 G, 91 TD (26th), 10643 Yds (24th), 4.1 Y/A, 5xProBowl, Seahawks/Eagles/.. 1992-2001, born PA 1969

Shane is Nigerian and Korean. Despite his 5 Pro Bowl selections and his high rankings in total rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns, criticism of his lack of professional demeanor was cited by voters as a primary reason for his failure to be inducted. He uses his book — “For Who For What: A Warrior’s Journey” — to help motivate kids and find their passion. He also won a Super Bowl as a member of the 1994 San Francisco 49ers. Injuries galore for 49ers vs. Seahawks including... LeBron offers highest praise imaginable during... 49ers’ Kittle offers supervillain nickname for... Will injured 49ers RB return vs. Seahawks and fill... Opinion: Does Kerr know what he's getting into w/... Can this tweet about Seahawks star Jamal Adams ever... 'Major change' in Bay Area weather forecast for Friday, Judge limits California Gov. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Ricky Watters having the coronavirus (COVID-19). Ex-49ers RB Ricky Watters shows there's life after football. Recently Passed Away Celebrities and Famous People. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. Receive obituaries from the city or cities of your choice. His journey wasn't easy and he had many challenges along the way, but he credits his parents, coaches and teachers for keeping him focused and resilient. Watters played for ten seasons in the NFL with San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Seattle. But he quickly established himself as a very productive player for the Eagles and helped Philadelphia get to the playoffs in 1995 and 1996. They are proud parents of two boys, Ricky Jr. and Shane Watters. Since his last NFL game in 2001, former 49ers running back Ricky Watters has written a book, returned to the Notre Dame classrooms, briefly coached high school football, delved into the music world, made endless motivational speeches and served as a TV analyst. He also started an independent record label "Tigero Records" which he named after his first son who passed away a few weeks after birth when he was playing for the Seahawks. Ricky's camp not only teaches football skills but life skills and respect for those who came before and paved the way. Their combined roles as an NFL player, NFL wife, father, mother, and attorney have provided the insight necessary to help players and their spouses make the right decisions for their families and handle the pressures of an NFL career. Watters added to the high-powered 49ers offense, with 1,418 yards from scrimmage and 11 touchdowns. Find the obituary of Richard “Ricky” Watters (1961 - 2019) from Canfield, OH. I don’t like leaving them by themselves or don’t want anyone else raising them.

A true champion, Ricky is on a very short list of players to win championships on the grade school, high school, college, and pro levels. Ricky_Watters_Home_Page_Pic 2.jpg. His team of qualified coaches which includes teammates from the Notre Dame '88 National Championship team and the NFL make the Ricky Watters Pro Football Experience an event not to be missed. Walter Jerry Payton (July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999) was an American professional football player who was a running back for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons.

after his first game as an Eagle on September 3, 1995 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, when he "short armed" a pass to avoid contact in a 21-6 loss. There are no additional photos for Ricky Waters at this time.

Watters joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 1995 as a free agent. Ricky excelled in several sports...basketball, baseball and football. During the interview, most every subject came back to Watters’ family, which relocated to the East Bay from Florida a year ago. Would you like to offer Ricky Waters’s loved ones a condolence message? Watters was on the ballot along with Terrell Davis, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, and others for the February 3, 2007 Pro Football Hall of Fame selections. April 7, 1969

Ricky who was the franchise player for the Eagles led his team to the Playoffs that year and was selected to the Pro Bowl, All-Pro and All-Madden teams. We are sad to announce that on May 23, 2012, at the age of 51, Ricky Waters (Benton, Tennessee) passed away. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. (51 years old). “That shook me up and knocked me over. When the subject turned to music, Watters said he has had a studio and invited in artists, and that his love for poetry — “which wasn’t always cool when you’re in the ’hood and a football player” — and art helped him musically. “When I was little, I was the one walking around with a boom box on my shoulder, I had the turntables, I used to break dance; I did it all. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos.

Ricky Watters also has appeared in the movie Any Given Sunday. He is regarded as one of the greatest running backs of all time. Ricky Watters was born on April 7, 1969 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Celebrities and Famous People Who Passed Away Today in History. With six All-Americans, the team cemented its place as one of the greatest teams in the history of college football. I remember asking God, ‘Please give me another chance,’ and if he did, I’d give up anything to have Ricky Jr. Watters said it was difficult to find out he was adopted at age 9 and made sure Shane knew at an earlier age. Copyright © 2020 Echovita Inc. All rights reserved. Life wasn’t about touchdowns and fancy cars and fancy suits. Wearing a Notre Dame national championship ring and Super Bowl XXIX ring, Watters, 46, was interviewed Wednesday at the downtown CSN Bay Area studios, where he works as a 49ers analyst and appears on several shows every week, including pregame and postgame telecasts. You can add a photo to pay tribute to Ricky Waters. “A year and an hour apart,” Watters said of Tigero and Ricky Jr. “Both were premature, and Ricky Jr. wasn’t even supposed to be born that day. He was adopted at a young age by his parents Ulysees "Big Jim" Watters and Frances Marie Watters. “I always wondered why I loved music so much, and I think this is why: So I could pour it all into (Ricky Jr.), and he’s taken off with it,” Watters said. the official stats partner of the NFL. Watters arrived at Notre Dame in 1987 as a highly touted member of head coach Lou Holtz's second recruiting class.

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However, football became a passion at an early age and everyone noticed.

The 49ers reached the NFC Championship Game in 1992 and 1993, falling both times to the Dallas Cowboys, before finally vanquishing Dallas in the 1994 NFC title game on their way to a Super Bowl championship. “We feel like it was meant to be. “So he fits right in,” said Watters, whose wife is Chinese. It’s helped cultivate (Ricky Jr.) because he plays the guitar and piano and is an accomplished singer.

Ricky_Watters_Home_Page_Pic 2.jpg. He still remembers meeting his number 1 fan, a five year old girl who had terminal cancer. She attended Santa Clara University for her undergraduate degree and went on to obtain her JD from New York Law School. Many people don't know that Ricky studied Architecture at Notre Dame because he loved to draw and excelled in math and engineering.  (College Stats), Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 101 (158th overall since 1960). He was recently inducted into to the Central Florida Sports Hall of Fame, along with Glenn "Doc" Rivers coach of the Boston Celtics and Orlando Magic.

Most data provided by 24-7 Baseball, creators of the ESPN Pro Football Encyclopedia. Celebrities and Notable People Who Have Had Coronavirus. He played pewee, pony, and varsity grade school football for Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament(OLBS) Golden Gales. Catherina, an attorney, is from Lafayette and got her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara, and they met when Ricky played for the 49ers in the early ’90s. It’s a lot more activity than most former professional athletes experience, but it pales in comparison with what Watters declares his greatest role: fatherhood. Ricky is also an advocate for former players who have risked their lives playing football and suffered permanent injury.

John Shea is The San Francisco Chronicle's national baseball writer and columnist. Others interviewed said his behavior was no different than other inductees, in particular, Joe Namath and Lawrence Taylor. He finished his professional career with 10,643 yards rushing and 4,248 yards receiving and 91 total touchdowns in regular season play.  (Running Watters or Thunder), Born: Data Provided By I remember him saying, ‘I hope you don’t mind I don’t play football,’ and I was, like, ‘Just be happy.’”. For what?"

Ricky Waters Obituary. His instincts took over and chose preservation versus injury. If you see something that doesn't look right on this page, please do inform us using the form below: © 2017 Dead or Kicking / All Rights Reserved.

His father earned a Purple Heart in the Korean War and his mother was a nurse who took care of elderly patients. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences.

Watters and his wife, Catherina, live in Moraga with their sons Ricky Jr. and Shane, and the parents have a particularly special emotional bond with each. Leave your condolences to the family on this memorial page or send flowers to show you care. He’s one of two players with a 1,000-yard rushing seasons on three teams (49ers, Eagles, Seahawks). As of the 2007 NFL season, Watters is the only NFL running back to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season for three different teams. Connor … Following the departure of Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown, Holtz moved Watters to Brown's flanker position for the 1988 season to ignite the Irish passing attack. In particular, he was considered to be a "loud mouth" by some critics, who argued it overshadowed his on-the-field accomplishments. Currently Watters is a motivational speaker for kids who, like himself, are adopted. Sought after by every major college program in the NCAA, he decided to sign with the University of Notre Dame where he became an all American wide receiver and running back and became a starter on the 1988 National Championship team. RELATED: The Tragic Death of Beloved ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Louis Riddick was a four-year letterman, a two-time Academic All-American, and a team captain his senior year at the University of Pittsburgh. The "For Who, For What?" The best breathable face masks for playing sports and... CDC NIOSH-approved N95 masks are $13 per 2-pack, Walmart's 'Black Friday' AirPods deal goes live Wednesday, This $449 HP laptop is perfect for virtual learning, too, Call your dad: Thermostats are on sale at Home Depot, I rode this Peloton competitor for 21 days. He has been covering baseball for four decades, including 33 years in the Bay Area. He started at running back for the 49ers during the next three seasons and San Francisco's offense led the NFL in scoring and yardage each year. “All the stuff I preach to them, studying and being early and sitting up front and talking with professors, they got to see me in action,” Watters said. in Harrisburg, PA, College: Watters is listed in the credits, and is clearly shown on the back of his Knights jersey #32. In Super Bowl XXIX the following season, Watters scored three touchdowns in San Francisco's 49-26 victory over the San Diego Chargers, tying a Super Bowl mark shared by fellow 49ers Roger Craig and Jerry Rice, and later matched by Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos. Ricky Watters: Pos: RB, Career: 144 G, 91 TD (26th), 10643 Yds (24th), 4.1 Y/A, 5xProBowl, Seahawks/Eagles/.. 1992-2001, born PA 1969

Shane is Nigerian and Korean. Despite his 5 Pro Bowl selections and his high rankings in total rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns, criticism of his lack of professional demeanor was cited by voters as a primary reason for his failure to be inducted. He uses his book — “For Who For What: A Warrior’s Journey” — to help motivate kids and find their passion. He also won a Super Bowl as a member of the 1994 San Francisco 49ers. Injuries galore for 49ers vs. Seahawks including... LeBron offers highest praise imaginable during... 49ers’ Kittle offers supervillain nickname for... Will injured 49ers RB return vs. Seahawks and fill... Opinion: Does Kerr know what he's getting into w/... Can this tweet about Seahawks star Jamal Adams ever... 'Major change' in Bay Area weather forecast for Friday, Judge limits California Gov. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Ricky Watters having the coronavirus (COVID-19). Ex-49ers RB Ricky Watters shows there's life after football. Recently Passed Away Celebrities and Famous People. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. Receive obituaries from the city or cities of your choice. His journey wasn't easy and he had many challenges along the way, but he credits his parents, coaches and teachers for keeping him focused and resilient. Watters played for ten seasons in the NFL with San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Seattle. But he quickly established himself as a very productive player for the Eagles and helped Philadelphia get to the playoffs in 1995 and 1996. They are proud parents of two boys, Ricky Jr. and Shane Watters. Since his last NFL game in 2001, former 49ers running back Ricky Watters has written a book, returned to the Notre Dame classrooms, briefly coached high school football, delved into the music world, made endless motivational speeches and served as a TV analyst. He also started an independent record label "Tigero Records" which he named after his first son who passed away a few weeks after birth when he was playing for the Seahawks. Ricky's camp not only teaches football skills but life skills and respect for those who came before and paved the way. Their combined roles as an NFL player, NFL wife, father, mother, and attorney have provided the insight necessary to help players and their spouses make the right decisions for their families and handle the pressures of an NFL career. Watters added to the high-powered 49ers offense, with 1,418 yards from scrimmage and 11 touchdowns. Find the obituary of Richard “Ricky” Watters (1961 - 2019) from Canfield, OH. I don’t like leaving them by themselves or don’t want anyone else raising them.

A true champion, Ricky is on a very short list of players to win championships on the grade school, high school, college, and pro levels. Ricky_Watters_Home_Page_Pic 2.jpg. His team of qualified coaches which includes teammates from the Notre Dame '88 National Championship team and the NFL make the Ricky Watters Pro Football Experience an event not to be missed. Walter Jerry Payton (July 25, 1954 – November 1, 1999) was an American professional football player who was a running back for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons.

after his first game as an Eagle on September 3, 1995 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, when he "short armed" a pass to avoid contact in a 21-6 loss. There are no additional photos for Ricky Waters at this time.

Watters joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 1995 as a free agent. Ricky excelled in several sports...basketball, baseball and football. During the interview, most every subject came back to Watters’ family, which relocated to the East Bay from Florida a year ago. Would you like to offer Ricky Waters’s loved ones a condolence message? Watters was on the ballot along with Terrell Davis, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, and others for the February 3, 2007 Pro Football Hall of Fame selections. April 7, 1969

Ricky who was the franchise player for the Eagles led his team to the Playoffs that year and was selected to the Pro Bowl, All-Pro and All-Madden teams. We are sad to announce that on May 23, 2012, at the age of 51, Ricky Waters (Benton, Tennessee) passed away. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. (51 years old). “That shook me up and knocked me over. When the subject turned to music, Watters said he has had a studio and invited in artists, and that his love for poetry — “which wasn’t always cool when you’re in the ’hood and a football player” — and art helped him musically. “When I was little, I was the one walking around with a boom box on my shoulder, I had the turntables, I used to break dance; I did it all. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos.

Ricky Watters also has appeared in the movie Any Given Sunday. He is regarded as one of the greatest running backs of all time. Ricky Watters was born on April 7, 1969 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Celebrities and Famous People Who Passed Away Today in History. With six All-Americans, the team cemented its place as one of the greatest teams in the history of college football. I remember asking God, ‘Please give me another chance,’ and if he did, I’d give up anything to have Ricky Jr. Watters said it was difficult to find out he was adopted at age 9 and made sure Shane knew at an earlier age. Copyright © 2020 Echovita Inc. All rights reserved. Life wasn’t about touchdowns and fancy cars and fancy suits. Wearing a Notre Dame national championship ring and Super Bowl XXIX ring, Watters, 46, was interviewed Wednesday at the downtown CSN Bay Area studios, where he works as a 49ers analyst and appears on several shows every week, including pregame and postgame telecasts. You can add a photo to pay tribute to Ricky Waters. “A year and an hour apart,” Watters said of Tigero and Ricky Jr. “Both were premature, and Ricky Jr. wasn’t even supposed to be born that day. He was adopted at a young age by his parents Ulysees "Big Jim" Watters and Frances Marie Watters. “I always wondered why I loved music so much, and I think this is why: So I could pour it all into (Ricky Jr.), and he’s taken off with it,” Watters said. the official stats partner of the NFL. Watters arrived at Notre Dame in 1987 as a highly touted member of head coach Lou Holtz's second recruiting class.

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