May 1, 1997 (26)
Miles Sanders is a professional American football player known for his impressive skills as a running back. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and attended Penn State University, where he played college football and earned numerous accolades for his performance on the field.
In 2019, Sanders was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round of the NFL draft, and he quickly established himself as a key player on the team. He finished his rookie season with 818 rushing yards, 509 receiving yards, and six total touchdowns, earning him a spot on the NFL All-Rookie Team.
Since then, Sanders has continued to be a dominant force on the field, consistently putting up impressive numbers and helping the Eagles secure key victories. In the 2020 season, he rushed for 867 yards and six touchdowns, and added 197 receiving yards and two more touchdowns.
Off the field, Sanders has worked with a number of famous athletes and celebrities. He has trained with fellow NFL running backs Saquon Barkley and Ezekiel Elliott, as well as former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson. Sanders has also collaborated with rapper Meek Mill, a fellow Philadelphia native, on social justice initiatives and events. In addition, Sanders has been spotted with basketball players like Kyle Lowry and James Harden. Sanders has also been a guest on various sports talk shows and podcasts, including “The Rich Eisen Show” and “The Pat McAfee Show.”