His 1989 card. Unfortunately he was still suffering from an injury he sustained during the 1988 season and was forced to sit the year out.
Kelvin Bryant 1989 Washington Redskins Pro Set Football Card
Originally a 1st-round draft pick of the Philadelphia Stars of the USFL, Bryant had 3 very successful seasons in the upstart league before joining the Washington Redskins in 1986. Despite primarily being a back-up to George Rodgers he managed 4 productive years there. Injuries sidelined him the entire 1989 season and caused he retirement after the 1990 season.
Rookie Kelvin Bryant
Redskins Offense! Running back Kelvin Bryant gets behind the blocking of former Falcon Offensive Lineman R.C. Thielemann in late 1980s action.
R.C. Thielemann leads Kelvin Bryant
A star at North Carolina and in the USFL, injuries hobbled what could have been an incredible NFL career. In 4 active seasons with the Redskins he totaled 2820 total yards from scrimmage (1186 rushing and 1634 receiving) and scored 20 touchdowns.
Kelvin Bryant Redskins