Floyd Douglas Little (July 4, 1942-) is a former pro football running back who spent his entire career with the Denver Broncos (1967-1975), becoming the first member of that team to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards. Denver took Little in the 1st round (6th overall) of the 1967 Common Draft. He led the AFL (and later the NFL) in rushing for six consecutive seasons (1968-1973) -- during which time he also made three Pro Bowl appearances -- and in 1971 rushed for 1,133 yards to lead the league. He retired as the 7th leading rusher in football history with 6,323 yards rushing and 54 touchdowns. Little earned induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010.