Muhsin Muhammad established himself as a threat at receiver as early as high school… an intimidating skill which he has carried into the pros. In 1996, he was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the second round of the NFL Draft. The first Muhsin Muhammad appearance as a starter for the Panthers was in 1998. In 1999, a Muhsin Muhammad appearance for the Panthers earned him his first Pro Bowl bid followed by an NFL record in receptions in the 2000 season. In 2003, he led the Panthers to Super Bowl XXXVIII, where he recorded the longest touchdown reception in Super Bowl history.
The 2004 season proved to be excellent for Muhammad, dominating league records for receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. He also earned his second Pro Bowl invitation. By the end of the season, Muhammad many Panthers receiving records including catches, receiving yards, 100-yard games, top three single-game yardage totals, and touchdown receptions.
Beginning in 2005, there was a Muhsin Muhammad appearance with the Chicago Bears, but he returned to the Panthers for the 2008 season.
In February 2007, Muhammad received a special award from his high school for donating $50,000 worth of equipment to the school’s fitness center. The center was also renamed in his honor.
**Muhsin Muhammad Speaker**
The list of Muhsin Muhammad speaker topics is not just limited to football. He is also recognized for his work outside of the sport, which includes his own charity foundation, The M2 Foundation for Kids, the Back to Nature program, his support for Muscular Dystrophy Association, Christmas toy drives, and special football camps. Being a spokesperson for the Men For Change organization is also a notable Muhsin Muhammad speaker experience.
**Muhsin Muhammad Appearance**
Any Muhsin Muhammad appearance is known for his signature touchdown dance, a dance featured in Madden NFL 2006. There was also a Muhsin Muhammad appearance as a color commentator during the 2002 and 2003 off-season for NFL Europe, and as a post-season correspondent for the NFL Network in 2004.
**Muhsin Muhammad Endorsement**
With his award as the Panther’s “Man of the Year” in 1999 for his volunteer work with various charity groups, a Muhsin Muhammad endorsement doesn’t have to be about his football successes. Muhammad is an avid supporter of the community and is often willing to work with non-commercial programs and organizations.
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