animation, making this art truly exceptional.
Earl, the most revered and feared running back of his time, is featured in these numbered limited editions available as both a fine art lithograph and a handpainted piece. He is a part of American animation art history, joining an elite group of sports legends including Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, Wayne Gretzky, Derek Jeter, Tim Wakefield and Drew Brees, who have all been featured in a Warner Bros. sports limited edition.
“The good Lord blessed me with the ability to play football at both the collegiate and pro levels. However, my career would have never reached the magnitude that it did without the dedication of my teammates, coaches and the never-ending support from my fans. Now that my career on the field is over I am calling out to my fans to support me again in the fight to cure MS,” says Earl.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society recognizes and advances the fight to stop MS, restore the damage caused by MS and end MS forever. One of its most effective means to do so in the African-American Community is the National MS Society’s African American Advisory Council which was established to advise and support the society on the best approaches to reaching and engaging the African-American community, including the development of culturally inclusive materials and programs.
You can learn more about how Tyler, who married his college sweetheart last September, is living and thriving with MS by visiting the Society’s website at http://www.nationalmssociety.org.
Editor’s Note: Today Tyler Campbell is married and runs a supermarket business in Brentwood, Calif.