He was one of five players at the coin toss at Super Bowl XXXVII.
He has two children.
He travels the country as a motivational speaker.
His hobbies include operating heavy machinery, fishing and hunting.
He owns a farm in Libon, OH where he has constructed Csonka's Country Night Spot & Outdoor Entertainment Complex.
He currently resides in Anchorage, AK.
He currently hosts the program "NAPA's North to Alaska" on the VERSUS network.
While at Syracuse, Larry Csonka broke the rushing records of Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Floyd Little and Jim Nance.
His career touchdowns are 86 and had a total of 8,081 rushing yards.
He was the Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl VIII.
He was an All-Pro in 1971, 1972 and 1973.
He was selected to five Pro-Bowls.
He was selected to the All-AFC Team four times.
He fumbled only 21 times on 1,891 carries.
He was the number 1 draft pick in 1968.
He played for the Miami Dolphins and the New York Giants.
He is listed at 6'3 and 237 lbs.
He attended Syracuse University.
He played the position of fullback.
He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1987.