New York Giants, NFL
- 2× Pro Bowl selection (1992, 1993)
- Super Bowl champion with the Giants (XXV)
- Florida–Georgia Hall of Fame
- 24th pick overall in the 1990 NFL Draft
Rodney Hampton played his entire career with the New York Giants from 1990-1997 where he was a two-time Pro Bowl selection. Rodney was drafted by the Giants in the first round of the 1990 NFL Draft. His 6,897 career rushing yards stood as the most in Giants history until Tiki Barber surpassed that mark in the 2004 NFL season. Hampton was a member of the Giants team that won Super Bowl XXV. After his rookie season was cut short due to injury, Hampton emerged as the team's most consistent offensive weapon over the next five seasons. He broke the 1,000-yard mark each year from 1991-1995. During his 7-year career, Rodney shared the field with Giants such as William Roberts, Pepper Johnson, Lawrence Taylor, Rodney Hampton and Jumbo Elliot.