Chuck Noll was a linebacker and messanger guard for Paul Brown's Cleveland Browns from 1953-1959.
George Halas one of the founders of the Chicago Bears (first known as the Decatur Staleys), and the National Football League. He played end on the team from 1920-1928.
Defensive back Don Shula (#25) played two seasons with the Cleveland Browns (1951-1952), five seasons with the Baltimore Colts (1953-1956) and one with the Washington Redskins. He accumulated 21 interceptions during his career.
Bud Grant (#86 in the center) played two seasons in the NFL after being picked in the first round of the 1951 draft by Philadelphia. He hauled in 56 catches for 997 yards and 7 TDs in 1952.
Jim Finks played quarterback and halfback for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1949-1955), serving as the team's starter for last four years of his tenure.
Tom Landry was a defensive back and punter with the 1949 AAFC New York Yankees (AAFC). In 1950, he made the leap to the NFL playing with the New York Giants (1950-1955). He grabbed 32 interceptions and averaged 40.4 yards on punts in his career.