Franklin Delano, who’s also referred to as Frank Gore, was created on May 14, 1983, in Miami, Florida. He’s a well-known American football running back player for IC (Indianapolis Colts) of the NFL (National Football League). In his 10years of NFL career, he was largely ranked as the most revered and the greatest running back player among his team. He was picked for 5 Pro Bowls and he’d passed eight one thousand rushing yards in Pro Bowl seasons. Though, he was successful independently, he confronted some battle with his team members which caused him lose several seasons until he recorded 13-3 score for 49ers in 2011. Jim Harbaugh was the trainer for 49ers in the 2011 season. During his training interval, 49ers won the NFC W (West) division and the team reached the NFC championship match. In 2014, Gore recorded as the 29th player for 10,000yards rush. Gore is one among the 3 players who got nine consecutive seasons with more than 200 carries. Gore got a scholarship to enrol in the University of Miami. Frank Gore loved 3 greatest seasons in total during his school, and made a history as a freshman and got BEF (Big East Freshman) of the year title from Sporting News. Soon after getting the title, he injured his left knee during the springtime training in the year 2002 and as a result of operation he took remainder in the next season. Frank Gore played 14 matches in 2005 season. As a result of groin injury, he was outside for the 2 competitions. For 131 yards, Gore caught 15 passes for the reason that season. On August 9, 2006, Gore was recorded on the depth chart as a top player of the SF 49ers. The next season, Gore had a successful beginning with 853 rushing yards and three touchdowns. In 2011, Gore consented for 3 years extension and signed the contract with SF 49ers for $25.9 million dollars SF 49ers hired Jim Harbaugh as a head coach during the offseason. They made a mixture of a nutritional supplement passing game, powerhouse defense and a running game. Gore believed the mixture is powerful as it led them to 13-3 record in the playoff and in the regular season. 2015. Frank Gore was raised by his mom, Liz Gore. He was among the greatest running back for 49ers as he headed the team win 2006 NFC rushing tournament. In 2015, he joined Indianapolis Colts team.