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49ers' Christian McCaffrey lands Madden NFL 25 cover, breaks RB cover drought: 'It's pretty surreal'

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Three-time Pro Bowler and the 2023 NFL rushing yards leader Christian McCaffrey has added another honor to his resume. The star running back will grace the highly coveted cover of Madden NFL 25's cover. 

While the San Francisco 49ers running back wrapped up another stellar season in February, he still appeared to be surprised that he landed on the cover of the popular video game. 

"This is a dream come true," McCaffrey. 28, told People magazine.


Christian McCaffrey of the San Francisco 49ers runs the ball for a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs during Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11, 2024, in Las Vegas. (Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

McCaffrey finished the 2023 campaign with a career-best 1,459 rushing yards, 14 rushing touchdowns, and 7 receiving touchdowns. His production led to his third Pro Bowl selection. 

The running back was a key part of the Niners' run to Super Bowl LVIII. Despite his impressive production and accolades, McCaffrey still did not expect to be doing a photoshoot for the Madden cover.

"I never expected to be on the cover of Madden. It's something that I never even envisioned myself doing or accomplishing, so when I got the call, I felt unbelievably grateful," McCaffrey said. "I was genuinely shocked, but happy and excited and all of the emotions."


McCaffrey now joins an exclusive club of players picked for the long-running video game's cover. He also became the first running back to grace the cover since Adrian Peterson and Barry Sanders appeared on separate covers in 2013 in honor of the game's 25th anniversary.