Darren Sproles says he deserves a bronze bust in Canton someday … straight-up telling TMZ Sports he’s a Hall of Famer.
“I feel like I am,” Sproles says. “But it’s not for me to choose.”
FYI … Sproles’ ex-teammate and All-Pro OL Brandon Brooks couldn’t have agreed more with the former Eagles RB while the two were out in LA this week, saying, “Bro, there is no doubt.”
Sproles has a solid case … the 36-year-old played in the NFL for 14 years and is considered one the best utility backs that’s ever touched the gridiron.
The 5-foot-6, 190-pound NFLer rushed for 3,552 yards in his career, added 4,840 more receiving yards and piled up more than 10,000 punt and kick return yards as well.
It’s unclear if he’ll ever get in — the Hall doesn’t have too many util guys in it — but Darren is eligible for the honor starting in 2025, having retired after this past season.
As for what he’ll do in the meantime … Sproles says he’s trying to coach, telling us, “I just want to help build a football team.”