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John Abraham

DE/LB

A feared pass-rusher, John Abraham was a first-round draft pick in the 2000 NFL Draft. Over the span of his career, his performances on the field helped him be selected for five Pro Bowls as well as four All-Pro Teams. He finished his career with a total of 133.5 sacks, 46 forced fumbles, and an interception.

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons
New York Jets
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David Akers

K

David Akers owns the record for the longest field goal in 49’ers history when he kicked a 63-yarder. He also owns the NFL single-season record for both field goals made (44) and points scored by a kicker (166).

Teams

Detroit Lions
Philadelphia Eagles
San Francisco 49ers
Washington Football Team
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Shaun Alexander

RB

Shaun Alexander was the NFL's Most Valuable Player, Offensive Player of the Year, rushing yards leader, and touchdown leader in 2005 with the Seattle Seahawks. Alexander was named a member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade team. He finished his career with 9,453 rushing yards and 100 rushing touchdowns.

Teams

Seattle Seahawks
Washington Football Team
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Eric Allen

CB

Eric Allen was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles “Green Gang” Defense that featured legends like Reggie White, Seth Joyner and Clyde Simmons. Over the span of his career, Allen played in 214 out of 217 possible games.

Teams

Oakland Raiders
New Orleans Saints
Philadelphia Eagles
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Jared Allen

DE

Jared Allen was a 4th Round pick out of Idaho State. He was the NFL sack leader in 2007 and 2011. Allen was a 5x Pro Bowler, 4x First-Team All-Pro, and has the NFL record for safeties with 4. He finished his career with 643 tackles, 136 sacks, 57 pass deflections, and 31 forced fumbles. 

Teams

Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
Kansas City Chiefs
Minnesota Vikings
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Mike Alstott

FB

Mike Alstott was a Fullback that played his entire 12-year career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was selected to six Pro Bowls (1997-2002), three first-team All-Pro selections (1997-1999) and won Super Bowl XXXVII over the Oakland Raiders. He scored the first-ever Super Bowl touchdown in Buccaneers history. Alstott was elected into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor.

Teams

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Gary Anderson

K

Gary Anderson was the first-ever kicker to have a 100% conversion rate on both field goals and extra points in a regular-season when he accomplished the task in 1998. His only miss that season was in the NFC Championship game when he missed a kick to send the Vikings to the Super Bowl

Teams

Minnesota Vikings
Philadelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
Tennessee Titans
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Willie Anderson

T

Willie Anderson, the first-round selection lived up to expectations making the Pro Bowl four times (2003-2006). He was also first-team All-Pro three times (2004-2006). Anderson only missed two games in his seven-year career from 1999-2006 and was considered the Cincinnati Bengals “Iron Man.” 

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Cincinnati Bengals
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Ronde Barber

CB/S

Ronde Barber is one of two players (Charles Woodson) to have recorded 40 interceptions and 20 sacks over the course of his career. He was selected to five Pro Bowls, named first-team All-Pro three times, second-team All-Pro twice, and a member of the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 2000s. He led the NFL in interceptions in 2001 and is the Buccaneers all-time interceptions leader. 

Teams

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Tiki Barber

RB

Tiki Barber played all ten of his professional seasons with the New York Giants. He is the Giants all-time leading rusher with 10,449 yards. He made three consecutive Pro Bowls from 2004-2006 and was first-team All-Pro in 2005. In 2010 he was inducted into the New York Giants Ring of Honor.

Teams

New York Giants
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Cornelius Bennett

LB

Cornelius Bennett was a five-time Pro Bowler and won the AFC Defensive Player of the Year award twice. Bennett helped lead teams to 5 Super Bowl appearances in his career. In his 14 NFL seasons, he recorded 71½ sacks, seven interceptions, 112 return yards, 31 forced fumbles, 27 fumble recoveries, 78 fumble return yards, and three touchdowns. 

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
Buffalo Bills
Indianapolis Colts
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Matt Birk

C

Matt Birk played his NFL career with both the Minnesota Vikings and the Baltimore Ravens. He earned the Minnesota Vikings Man of the Year Award for the six straight years (2002-2007). Birk was a six-time Pro Bowler (2000-2001, 2003-2004, 2006-2007) and won the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 2011. He finished his career with a Super Bowl victory with the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Minnesota Vikings
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Drew Bledsoe

QB

Drew Bledsoe was the 1st overall pick in the 1993 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. He was a 4x Pro Bowler, 2nd team All-Pro in 1996, and was the NFL passing yards leader in 1994. Bledsoe was a member of the Patriots Super Bowl XXXVI championship team. He holds the record for most pass attempts in a game with 70, as well as most completions in a game with 45. He is a member of the New England Patriots Hall of Fame. Bledsoe threw for 44,611 yards with 251 passing TDs.

Teams

Buffalo Bills
Dallas Cowboys
New England Patriots
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Tony Boselli

T

Tony Boselli was the Jacksonville Jaguars' first-ever draft pick in 1995. He was a five-time Pro Bowler and named first-team All-Pro three consecutive seasons (1997-99). He was awarded the team’s Most Valuable Player in 1998 after helping the Jaguars to their first division title. Boselli was the first member of the Jaguars’ Hall of Fame and selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1990s. 

Teams

Houston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars
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Lance Briggs

LB

Lance Briggs spent his entire career with the Chicago Bears. The former 3rd round pick proved himself valuable throughout his career earning himself seven straight Pro Bowl Selections alongside 3 All-Pro Team appearances.

Teams

Chicago Bears
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Lomas Brown

T

Lomas Brown played for 18 seasons in the NFL, primarily with the Detroit Lions. He was a seven-time Pro Bowler (1990-1996) and made first-team All-Pro 3 times (1991-1992, 1995). He blocked for Hall of Famer Barry Sanders and started 163 out of 164 games for the Lions. Browns ended his career with a Super Bowl Victory with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII.

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Cleveland Browns
Detroit Lions
New York Giants
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Ruben Brown

G

Ruben Brown was a 1st round pick in the 1995 NFL draft by the Buffalo Bills. Brown was a 4x 2nd team All-Pro and made 9 pro bowls in his career. He started every 181 games that he played in. He was also on the Buffalo Bills 50th Anniversary team.

Teams

Buffalo Bills
Chicago Bears
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Tedy Bruschi

LB

Tedy Bruschi was the first player in NFL history to return 4 consecutive interceptions four touchdowns. Since his retirement, Bruschi has worked for ESPN as an analyst where he appears regularly on the show NFL Live.

Teams

New England Patriots
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LeRoy Butler

S

LeRoy Butler played in 181 games and recorded 953 tackles, 38 interceptions, 553 return yards, 12 fumble recoveries, 3 defensive touchdowns, and 20½ sacks. He was the first defensive back in NFL history to record 20 Sack and 20 Interception in a career. Butler was named first-team All-Pro four times and was selected to the Pro Bowl four times. He was named to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1990s. and was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, in 2007

Teams

Green Bay Packers
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Earnest Byner

RB

Earnest Byner started his career off with the Cleveland Browns before being traded to the Washington Redskins where he won Super Bowl XXVI. He made the Pro Bowl in consecutive seasons (1990-1991) with the Redskins. He finished his career with 13,442 all-purpose yards and 72 touchdowns. 

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Washington Football Team
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Larry Centers

FB

Larry Centers started his career with the Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals and ended his career winning Super Bowl XXXVIII with the New England Patriots. Centers was selected to three Pro Bowls (1995-1996, 2001). He caught a pass in 128 consecutive games during his career. Centers is widely recognized as one of the greatest pass receiving fullbacks ever.

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Phoenix Cardinals
Buffalo Bills
New England Patriots
Washington Football Team
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Ray Childress

DL

Ray Childress was the 3rd overall pick in the 1985 NFL Draft out of Texas A&M by the Houston Oilers. He was a 5x pro bowler, 3x first-team All-Pro, and has the NFL record with 3 fumble recoveries in one game. In his 163 games, he racked up 887 tackles, 76.5 sacks, and 19 forced fumbles. Childress was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2010.

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Houston Oilers
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Dallas Clark

TE

Dallas Clark was a vital component in making Peyton Manning one of the most elite quarterbacks in NFL history. He was a member of the Super Bowl XLI Indianapolis Colts and was a First-Time Pro Bowler and First-Team All-Pro in 2009. Clark has the most receiving yards for a Tight End in Colts history that previously was held by HOFer John Mackey. In 2010 he was only the 2nd Tight End ever at the time, to catch 100 passes in a season.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Indianapolis Colts
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Ben Coates

TE

Ben Coates did not play football until his senior year of high school, but he went on to have a great NFL career. He was a 5x pro bowler (1994-1998) and a 2x first-team All-Pro (1994-1995). Coates played most of his career with the New England Patriots and is in the Patriots Hall of Fame. In 1994 he set the record for catches by a Tight End in a single season with 96 catches. He ended his career with the Baltimore Ravens in 1999 winning Super Bowl XXXV. He was 4th all-time in Tight End receptions (499, 5555 yds, 50 TDs) at the time of his retirement in 2001.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
New England Patriots
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Nick Collins

S

Nick Collins played his entire career with the Green Bay Packers. He is a member of the Packers Hall of Fame and was a part of the team that won Super Bowl XLV. Over the span of his career, he was selected to 3 Pro Bowls and led the NFL in interception return yards in 2008.

Teams

Green Bay Packers
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Joshua Cribbs

WR/KR/PR

Joshua Cribbs was one of the most feared returners during his career and retired holding multiple NFL records. His 8 kickoff return touchdowns are tied for most all-time with Leon Washington. He also is the only player other than Ted Ginn Jr. with two kickoff return touchdowns of 100 yards or more in a single game.

Teams

Cleveland Browns
Indianapolis Colts
Oakland Raiders
New York Jets
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Randall Cunningham

QB

Randall Cunningham played in three decades with four different teams. He had quite the career, a 4x pro-bowler and 2x first-team all-pro. He won NFL comeback player of the year in 1992. Almost eclipsed the 30,000-yard mark but came up just short at 29,979 career passing yards. He was a dual-threat Quarterback rushing for a career total of 4,928 yards with 35 rushing touchdowns.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Dallas Cowboys
Minnesota Vikings
Philadelphia Eagles
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Michael Dean Perry

DT

Michael Dean Perry is the younger brother of William “Fridge” Perry who was selected in the 2nd round out of Clemson in 1988 by the Cleveland Browns. He made 6 pro bowls and was a 2x first-team All-Pro selection. Throughout his career, he compiled 534 tackles, 61 sacks, and 13 forced fumbles.

Teams

Cleveland Browns
Denver Broncos
Kansas City Chiefs
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Jake Delhomme

QB

Jake Delhomme held most of the Panthers career records until recently when Cam Newton broke them. He led the team to their first Super Bowl appearance in 2003. He holds the longest pass in Super Bowl history when he and Muhsin Muhammad connected for an 85-yard pass.

Teams

Carolina Panthers
Cleveland Browns
Houston Texans
New Orleans Saints
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Corey Dillon

RB

Corey Dillon played with the Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots during his ten-year career. He was a Super Bowl Champion (XXXIX) with the Patriots and a four-time Pro Bowler (1999-2001, 2004). He is the Bengals all-time leading rusher with 8,016 rushing yards.

Teams

Cincinnati Bengals
New England Patriots
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Donald Driver

WR

Donald Driver spent his entire career with the Green Bay Packers and holds the teams' all-time record for most receptions and receiving yards (743 receptions, 10,137 yards). He won Super Bowl XLV with the Packers as they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers. Driver had a 90-yard touchdown from Brett Favre in 2008, the longest playoff play in franchise history.

Teams

Green Bay Packers
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Warrick Dunn

RB

Warrick Dunn was a 1st round pick by the Buccaneers in the 1997 NFL draft out of Florida State. He won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1997. He was a 3x pro bowler and was named Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year in 2004. He finished his career with 10,967 rushing yards and 49 rushing TDs. Dunn was inducted into the Atlanta Falcons Ring of Honor.

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Jason Elam

K

Jason Elam holds the NFL record for best extra point conversion rate (.995), most consecutive seasons with at least 100 points (15), fastest to 300 successful field goals, and fastest to both 1,600 and 1,700 points.

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
Denver Broncos
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Henry Ellard

WR/KR/PR

Henry Ellard was the 1988 leader in receiving yards with the Los Angeles Rams. He made the Pro Bowl three times (1984 as a punt returner, 1988-1989) and a first-team All-Pro in 1984 and 1988. Ellard finished his career with 814 receptions for 13,777 yards and 65 touchdowns. He also had 1,527 punt return yards and four punts returned for a touchdown.

Teams

Los Angeles Rams
New England Patriots
Washington Football Team
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Alan Faneca

G

Alan Faneca was a key component of the Pittsburgh Steelers during the early 2000s including a Super Bowl XL victory. He was a nine-time Pro Bowl selection (2002-2010) and named first-team All-Pro six times (2001-2002, 2004-2007). Faneca was a mauler in the run game and helped his team secure 11 top 10 rankings in rush offense during his 13 seasons NFL career. He blocked for nine 1,000-yard rushers, five 3,000-yard passers and is a member of the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 2000s. 

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
New York Jets
Pittsburgh Steelers
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Jeff Feagles

P

Jeff Feagles holds the record for both most punts (1,713) and punting yards (71,211) in NFL history. He was also a member of the New York Giants team that defeated the then-unbeaten New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
New England Patriots
New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles
Seattle Seahawks
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D’Brickashaw Ferguson

T

D’Brickashaw Ferguson was the 4th overall pick in 2006 by the New York Jets. He never missed a game in his entire career, playing and starting in 160 consecutive regular-season games. The 3x Pro Bowler was on the PFWA NFL All-Rookie team in 2006.

Teams

New York Jets
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London Fletcher

LB

London Fletcher is only five players in NFL history to play in over 250 consecutive games. He also holds the record for consecutive starts at the linebacker position. 

Teams

Buffalo Bills
St. Louis Rams
Washington Football Team
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Jeff Garcia

QB

Jeff Garcia started his career in the Canadian Football League with the Calgary Stampede before making his way to the NFL. He was a 4 time CFL All-star and a 4 time Pro Bowler. He is tied for the longest touchdown pass in NFL history (99yds). 

Teams

Cleveland Browns
Detroit Lions
Houston Texans
Philadelphia Eagles
San Francisco 49ers
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Eddie George

RB

Eddie George played for the Houston/Tennessee Oilers/Titans and won NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1996. George was a four-time pro bowler from 1997-2000 and was first-team All-Pro in 2000. He was the second running back in NFL history to rush for 10,000 yards without missing a start.

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Tennessee Titans
Houston Oilers
Tennessee Oilers
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Kevin Glover

OL

Kevin Glover played primarily center during his career helping pave the way for Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders. He was a 3x Pro-Bowler and 4x All-Pro selection. He played in 191 career games.

Teams

Detroit Lions
Seattle Seahawks
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La'Roi Glover

DT

La'Roi During his 13 year career, Glover went to 6 straight Pro Bowls and was the Rams’ 2007 Walter Payton Man of the Year finalist. Glover also won both the Saints “Man of the Year” and “Unsung Hero” awards during his time with the team.

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Oakland Raiders
Los Angeles Rams
New Orleans Saints
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Mel Gray

WR/KR/PR

Mel Gray is the Detroit Lions’ all-time leader in career kickoff returns (216), career kickoff return yards (5,478) and touchdowns (5). Over his career, he was a 4-time Pro Bowl selection and a 7-time All-Pro.

Teams

Detroit Lions
New Orleans Saints
Philadelphia Eagles
Houston Oilers
Tennessee Oilers
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Jordan Gross

T

Jordan Gross played his entire career with the Carolina Panthers and was a three-time Pro Bowler (2008, 2010, 2013). He never missed a play in 2003 and only allowed three sacks all season in route to Super Bowl XXXVIII. 

Teams

Carolina Panthers
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Casey Hampton

DT

Casey Hampton won 2 Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was selected to 5 Pro Bowls and was voted on the Steelers All-Time Team.

Teams

Pittsburgh Steelers
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Merton Hanks

S

Over the course of his career, Hanks was elected to 4 Pro Bowls and was selected as an All-Pro 4 times. He was also a member of the 49’ers team that in 1994 won Super Bowl XXIX.

Teams

San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
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Jason Hanson

K

Jason Hanson played his entire career with the Detroit Lions and holds the NFL records for most seasons (21) and games (327) with one team. He is also the NFL record holder for most consecutive field goals of 40 or more yards with 24.

Teams

Detroit Lions
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Rodney Harrison

S

In 1997, Harrison became the first player in NFL history to score touchdowns on an interception return, fumble return, and kickoff return in the same season. He also has the most sacks (30.5) of any defensive back in NFL history.

Teams

San Diego Chargers
New England Patriots
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James Hasty

CB

James Hasty, known for his bump and run coverage, made 2 pro bowls with the Chiefs in 1997 and 1999, as well as being All-Pro in 1997. He was the NFL's interception co-leader in 1999 and finished his career with 45 interceptions for 555 yards, with 4 TDs. 

Teams

Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
New York Jets
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Priest Holmes

RB

Priest Holmes was an undrafted free agent signed by the Baltimore Ravens in 1997 and won Super Bowl XXXV with the team. Later he played for the Kansas City Chiefs and made it to three straight Pro Bowls and three straight first-team All-Pro selections (2001-2003). Holmes was the NFL rushing leader in 2001 and the NFL rushing touchdowns leader in 2002-2003. He was also the NFL Offensive Player of the Year in 2002. 

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Kansas City Chiefs
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Torry Holt

WR

Torry Holt was a key member of the St. Louis Rams’ “Greatest Show on Turf” team that won Super Bowl XXXIV. He recorded six consecutive seasons of at least 1,300-yards receiving and added six consecutive seasons with 90 or more receptions during his career. He holds the record for most receptions and yards in a single decade with 868 catches and 12,594 yards (2000-2009). Holt finished his career with 920 receptions with 13,382 yards and 74 touchdowns.

Teams

Jacksonville Jaguars
Los Angeles Rams
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Kent Hull

C

Kent Hull played his entire NFL career with the Buffalo Bills. He was a three-time Pro Bowler (1988-1990) and two-time first-team All-Pro (1990-1991). Hull was a part of the Buffalo Bills era that made it to four consecutive Super Bowls (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII).

Teams

Buffalo Bills
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Keith Jackson

TE

Keith Jackson started his career with the Philadelphia Eagles winning NFC Rookie of the Year in 1988. He helped the Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XXXI along with a career-high of 10 touchdown catches that year. Jackson was also a 6x pro bowler (1988-1990, 1992, 1994, 1996), and a 3-time First-Team All-Pro (1988-1990). He finished his career with 441 receptions, 5282 yards, and 49 touchdowns.

Teams

Green Bay Packers
Miami Dolphins
Philadelphia Eagles
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Steven Jackson

RB

Steven Jackson was a first-round pick by the St. Louis Rams in the 2004 NFL Draft out of Oregon State. Most notably with the Rams, he went to 3 pro bowls and was 2nd team All-Pro in 2006 and 2009. Jackson finished his career with 11,438 rushing yards, 69 rushing TDs, 3,683 receiving yards along with nine receiving TDs. He holds the Rams record for most career rushing yards (10,138). He is tied with Emmitt Smith for the most consecutive seasons with 4 rushing TDs (11) and is the only player to top 1,400 rush yards and 800 yards receiving in a single season.

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
St. Louis Rams
New England Patriots
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Calvin Johnson

WR

Calvin Johnson was the 2nd overall pick in the 2007 NFL draft out of Georgia Tech. He was a 6x pro bowler, 3x first-team All-Pro, 2x NFL Receiving yards leader (2011, 2012), and has the NFL record for receiving yards in a season with 1,964. In his 9 seasons, he caught 731 balls, for 11,619 yards, and 83 TDs. Johnson pretty much holds every Lions WR record. He has the 2nd most receiving yards in an NFL game with 329 yards. 

Teams

Detroit Lions
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Chad Johnson

WR

Chad Johnson primarily played with the Cincinnati Bengals and led the American Football Conference in receiving yards. He played four consecutive seasons and made five straight Pro Bowls from 2003-2007. Johnson had seven seasons of 1000 receiving yards and is the Bengals franchise record holder of receptions (751), yards (10,783) and touchdowns (66).

Teams

Cincinnati Bengals
New England Patriots
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Brent Jones

TE

Brent Jones was a huge part of the San Francisco 49ers dynasty in the late 1980s. He ended up winning 3 Super Bowls (XXIII, XXIV, and XXIX) and was also a 3x All-Pro Tight End (1992-1994). He won the Bart Starr Award in 1998 for exemplifying outstanding character and leadership in the home, field, and community. Jones was also a four-time Pro Bowler and finished his 11-year career with 417 receptions for 5195 yards and 33 touchdowns.

Teams

San Francisco 49ers
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Seth Joyner

LB

Seth Joyner was 3 season All-Pro athlete. He won Super Bowl XXXIII with the Broncos, a game that turned out to be the last of his career.

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Denver Broncos
Green Bay Packers
Philadelphia Eagles
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John Kasay

K

John Kasay was a 4th round pick in 1991 out of Georgia who spent the majority of his career with the Carolina Panthers. He made the Pro Bowl in 1996. Kasay made 461 out of 563 field goals for a Field goal percentage of 81.9%. He scored 1,970 career points and holds the Panthers records for most extra points and most field goals. He currently stands at #7 on the list of total field goals made.

Teams

Carolina Panthers
New Orleans Saints
Seattle Seahawks
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Olin Kreutz

C

Olin Kreutz made six Pro Bowls (2001-2006) and was first-team All-Pro in 2006. He started 182 consecutive games for the Bears only trailing Hall of Famer Walter Payton. He was awarded the Bears Brian Piccolo Award given to one rookie and one veteran player who exemplified courage, loyalty, teamwork, dedication, and a little sense of humor in honor of the late Brian Piccolo.

Teams

Chicago Bears
New Orleans Saints
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Dave Krieg

QB

Dave Krieg was a 3x Pro Bowler (1984, 1988-1989) and the NFL completion percent leader in 1991. He had two games with a perfect passer rating and holds the NFL record for playing EVERY single play of the year. He is also in the Seattle Seahawks Ring of Honor. 

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions
Kansas City Chiefs
Seattle Seahawks
Tennessee Oilers
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Sean Landeta

P

Sean Landeta was the first punter in NFL history to average more than 50 yards per punt in a game in 3 different decades. Ironically, Landeta also owns the NFL record for the shortest punt in NFL history when he had a -7-yard punt in 1986.

Teams

Green Bay Packers
Los Angeles Rams
St. Louis Rams
New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Albert Lewis

CB

Albert Lewis was known for his blazing speed running a 4.38-second 40-yard dash. He blocked 11 kicks over his 11 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs in addition to putting up impressive defensive numbers. Lewis was inducted in the Chiefs Hall of Fame in 2007.

Teams

Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
Los Angeles Raiders
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Jamal Lewis

RB

Jamal Lewis was the 5th overall pick out of Tennessee in the 2000 NFL draft by the Baltimore Ravens. He is part of the 2,000-yard single season rushing club, racking up 2,066 rushing yards in 2003. He was first team All-Pro, NFL Offensive Player of the Year, and the NFL rushing yards leader in 2003. Lewis was a member of the NFLs 2000s All-Decade Team and was inducted into the Baltimore Ravens Ring of Honor in 2012. Lewis was a rookie on the Ravens when they won Super Bowl XXXV. He rushed for a total of 10,607 yards with 58 rushing TDs.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
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Ryan Longwell

K

Ryan Longwell has scored the most points by a player (1,687) who has never made a Pro Bowl. Longwell was inducted in the Packers Hall of Fame in 2018 after retiring as the Packers second-leading scorer.

Teams

Green Bay Packers
Minnesota Vikings
Seattle Seahawks
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Nick Lowery

K

Nick Lowery kicked more than 15 game-winners throughout his career, including kicking the game-winning points in all three pro bowls he was selected to. Lowery was also a 7-time All-Pro.

Teams

Kansas City Chiefs
New England Patriots
New York Jets
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John Lynch

SS

John Lynch was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the third round of the 1993 NFL Draft. He played two seasons of minor league baseball before committing to football and becoming a 9-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl XXXVII Champion. Lynch played in a total of 224 regular-season games, recorded 26 interceptions which he returned for 204 yards, added 13 sacks, and registered more than 1,000 tackles during his 15-year career. He was credited with 90 or more tackles in a season nine times. Today he is the general manager of the San Francisco 49ers.

Teams

Denver Broncos
New England Patriots
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Logan Mankins

G

Logan Mankins was the last selection in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots was a 7x pro bowler, first-team All-Pro in 2010, and was part of the NFL 2010s All-Decade team. He is on the New England Patriots All 2000s, All 2010s Teams, and was recognized on the New England Patriots 50th anniversary team as well. He started every game he played, 161 games. 

Teams

New England Patriots
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Peyton Manning

QB

Peyton Manning was the first overall pick in the 1998 NFL draft out of Tennessee by the Colts. During his illustrious career, Manning was a 14× Pro Bowler, 7× First-team All-Pro, 5× NFL Most Valuable Player, 2× NFL Offensive Player of the Year, Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, and Super Bowl XLI MVP. He is the only starting QB to win a super bowl with two different teams.  

Teams

Denver Broncos
Indianapolis Colts
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Derrick Mason

WR

Derrick Mason spent most of his career with the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens. He was the NFL's All-Purpose yards leader in 2000 and is a part of the 10,000 receiving yards and 15,000 all-purpose yards club. He is the only player in NFL history with 10,000 receiving yards and 5,000 return yards. He had 14 straight seasons with 700 all-purpose yards.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Houston Texans
New York Jets
Tennessee Titans
Houston Oilers
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Clay Matthews

LB

Clay Matthews was selected to four Pro Bowls and named first-team All-Pro once (1984). He played in 278 games over an incredible 19 NFL seasons. Matthews totaled and unofficial 1,561 tackles during his career, he is a member of the Cleveland Browns Ring of Honor and helped lead the Browns to five AFC Central Division Championships. Matthews is the son of former NFL player Clay Matthews Sr. and is the brother of Hall of Famer offensive lineman Bruce Matthews.

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
Cleveland Browns
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Jerod Mayo

LB

Jerod Mayo was the first-round draft pick in 2008 out of Tennessee and he played his entire career with the New England Patriots. Mayo was the 2008 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year and accumulated 803 tackles, 11 sacks, 8 forced fumbles, and 7 fumble recoveries over his career. Mayo was a 2x Pro Bowler (2010 & 2012), first-team All-Pro in 2010, and was a Super Bowl XLIX winner. He was a member of the Patriots 2010s All-Decade Team.

Teams

New England Patriots
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Tim McDonald

S

Tim McDonald was a stellar strong safety and was a 6-time Pro Bowler and 6-time All-Pro throughout his career. Following retirement, he took up coaching and served as a defensive backs coach for Rex Ryan with both the Jets and the Bills.

Teams

St. Louis Cardinals
Phoenix Cardinals
San Francisco 49ers
Cast Your Vote

Willie McGinest

LB/DE

Willie McGinest owns the NFL record for most career postseason sacks with 16. Wanting to end his career as a Patriot, he signed a one-day contract with the Patriots during his Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2015.

 

Teams

Cleveland Browns
New England Patriots
Cast Your Vote

Donovan McNabb

QB

Donovan McNabb is only one of 4 Quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for more than 30,000 yards and to have 200 TD passes. Along with that, he also has 3,000 rushing yards and 20 rushing touchdowns in his career. He was a 6x Pro Bowler and is in the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of fame.

 

Teams

Minnesota Vikings
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Football Team
Cast Your Vote

Steve McNair

QB

Steve McNair was the 3rd overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft by the Oilers. He was the NFL MVP in 2003, made 3 pro bowls, and was the NFL passing rating leader in 2003. He had 31,304 passing yards with 174 passing TDs in his career. McNair also rushed for 3,590 with 37 rushing TDs. He is in the Titans Ring of Honor.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Tennessee Titans
Houston Oilers
Tennessee Oilers
Cast Your Vote

Eric Metcalf

RB

Eric Metcalf played everything on offense and special teams, finishing his career with 17,230 all-purpose yards. This ranked Metcalf inside the top 10 players at the time of his retirement. He was a three-time Pro Bowler (1993-1994, 1997) and the NFL kickoff return leader in 1990. He is second all-time in punt return touchdowns with 10.

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
Cleveland Browns
Green Bay Packers
San Diego Chargers
Washington Football Team
Cast Your Vote

Glyn Milburn

RB

Glyn Milburn was a 2nd round draft pick in the 1993 NFL Draft out of Stanford by the Denver Broncos. Most notably a return specialist Milburn, he holds the NFL record for all-purpose yards in a single game with 404. He was a 2x pro bowler and was named first-team All-Pro in 1999. He tallied 2,984 punt return yards, 9,788 kick return yards, with 3 return TDs.

Teams

Chicago Bears
Denver Broncos
Detroit Lions
San Diego Chargers
Cast Your Vote

Heath Miller

TE

Heath Miller was the first-round pick out of Virginia and played his entire career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He is a 2x Super Bowl Champion (XL, XLIII) and a 2x pro bowler. He finished his career with 592 receptions for 6,569 yards with 45 TDs. 

Teams

Pittsburgh Steelers
Cast Your Vote

Sam Mills

LB

Sam Mills played 12 seasons in the NFL and recorded 1,319 tackles, 20.5 sacks, 11 interceptions, and four touchdowns while starting 173 of his 181 career games. Mills was selected first-team All-Pro three times and named to five Pro Bowls. His jersey number, 51, was retired by the Carolina Panthers at the start of the 2005 season. The “Keep Pounding” drum that's beaten before kickoff of every home game is named after an inspirational speech given by Mills to his teammates. 

Teams

Carolina Panthers
New Orleans Saints
Cast Your Vote

Brian Mitchell

WR/KR/PR

Brian Mitchell is the NFL’s second all-time leader in total yardage only trailing Jerry Rice. Most of his yards came from returns (14,014 kickoff return yards and 4,999 punt return yards) both of which are NFL records.

Teams

New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Football Team
Cast Your Vote

Muhsin Muhammad

WR

Muhsin Muhammad also known as “Moose” was the leader in the NFL for receiving yards (1,405) and receiving touchdowns (16) in 2004. He holds the longest touchdown reception in Super Bowl history (85 yards). In 2000 he was tied for the NFL lead with 102 receptions.

 

 

Teams

Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
Cast Your Vote

Tom Nalen

C

Tom Nalen spent his whole career with the Denver Broncos, winning 2 Super Bowls (XXXII, XXXIII) along the way. He was a 5x pro bowler, 3x All-Pro, and was voted as the NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2003. In 2013 he was honored in the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame.

Teams

Denver Broncos
Cast Your Vote

Lorenzo Neal

FB

Lorenzo Neal was one of the best blocking fullbacks in NFL history blocking for 11 straight 1,000 yard rushers from 1997-2007. He was a four-time Pro Bowler (2002, 2005-2007) and two-time first-team All-Pro in 2006-2007.

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Cincinnati Bengals
San Diego Chargers
New Orleans Saints
New York Jets
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans
Cast Your Vote

Leslie O'Neal

DE

Leslie O’Neal was the 1986 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year even though his season was cut short due to a knee injury that would keep him sidelined for almost 2 seasons. Upon his return, O’Neal returned to his dominant self and had 12 ½ sacks the season he returned.

Teams

Kansas City Chiefs
San Diego Chargers
Los Angeles Rams
Cast Your Vote

Joey Porter

LB

Joey Porter was a 3rd round draft pick out of Colorado State by the Pittsburgh Steelers. With the Steelers, he helped them win Super Bowl XL over the Seahawks. He was a 4x pro bowler, 2x first-team All-Pro, and was on the NFL 2000s All-Decade team. He tallied 667 career tackles, 98 sacks, 26 forced fumbles, and 12 interceptions. 

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Miami Dolphins
Pittsburgh Steelers
Cast Your Vote

Simeon Rice

DE

Simeon Rice recorded 122 sacks, forced 25 fumbles, recovered eight fumbles, and intercepted 5 passes during his 12-year NFL career with the Arizona Cardinals Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts. A tenacious pass rusher, he earned three Pro Bowl selections and a Super Bowl ring with the  Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII. Rice was the second-fastest player to achieve 100 career sacks behind only Hall of Famer Reggie White. 

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Denver Broncos
Indianapolis Colts
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Cast Your Vote

Reggie Roby

P

Reggie Roby helped popularize the two-step punting approach that now is used by almost all punters in the NFL. He was also one of the only kickers to ever punt the ball without his plant leg leaving the ground during his follow-through.

Teams

Miami Dolphins
San Francisco 49ers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Houston Oilers
Washington Football Team
Cast Your Vote

Allen Rossum

DB

Allen Rossum was one of the premier return specialists during his 12-year tenure in the NFL. He was a Pro Bowler in 2004 and led the NFL in punt return yards in 2003. Rossum is the only player to have a kickoff return TD with five different teams. He finished his career with 15,003 return yards with 8 return TDs. 

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
Dallas Cowboys
Green Bay Packers
Philadelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
Cast Your Vote

Asante Samuel

CB

Asante Samuel was drafted in the 4th round out of UCF in the 2003 NFL draft by the Patriots where he won 2 Super Bowls (XXXVIII, XXXIX). He was a four-time Pro Bowler and led the NFL in interceptions in 2006 and 2009. In his career, Samuel had 434 tackles, 51 interceptions, 7 forced fumbles, and 6 defensive TDs.

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
New England Patriots
Philadelphia Eagles
Cast Your Vote

Chris Samuels

T

Chris Samuels was selected third overall in the 2000 draft and played his entire career with the Washington Redskins. Helped block for Clinton Portis to set a Redskins franchise single-season rushing record. 

Teams

Washington Football Team
Cast Your Vote

Bob Sanders

S

Bob Sanders career was cut short due to injuries, but he still managed to make an impact throughout his career. He was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2007 and was selected for both the Pro Bowl and as an All-Pro twice.

 

Teams

Indianapolis Colts
San Diego Chargers
Cast Your Vote

Jeff Saturday

C

Jeff Saturday was the anchor on Peyton Manning’s Indianapolis Colts from 1999-2011. The Colts won Super Bowl XLI and he was a six-time Pro Bowler (2005-2007, 2009-2010, 2012). He helped the Colts defeat the Patriots in the American Football Conference Championship en route to the Super Bowl victory as he recovered a fumble in the endzone for a touchdown. He was a first-team All-Pro two times (2005, 2007) and was inducted into the Colts Ring of Honor in 2015. 

Teams

Green Bay Packers
Indianapolis Colts
Cast Your Vote

Richard Seymour

DT

Richard Seymour is a 3-time Super Bowl champion and over his career, the dominant defensive tackle was selected to seven Pro Bowls, 5 consecutive from 2002-2006 and was a three-time First-Team All-Pro. Seymour was an extremely versatile defensive lineman which his team could count on to play both inside and out. Extremely strong, he typically drew double teams from opposing linemen. A five-time All-AFC selection, he was vital to the Patriots Super Bowl success during the decade of the 2000s.

Teams

Oakland Raiders
New England Patriots
Cast Your Vote

Jeremy Shockey

TE

Jeremy Shockey was a First-Round Draft Pick who lived up to the hype. He won the first-ever Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year in 2002 with the New York Giants and ended up winning 2 Super Bowls (XLII with the Giants, XLIV with the Saints). He was a 4x Pro Bowler (2002-2003, 2005-2006) and made First-Team All-Pro in 2002. Shockey ended his career with 547 receptions for 6143 yards and 37 touchdowns.

Teams

Carolina Panthers
New Orleans Saints
New York Giants
Cast Your Vote

Jimmy Smith

WR

Jimmy Smith won two Super Bowls (XXVII, XXVIII) with the Dallas Cowboys before playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars for the bulk of his career. With the Jags, he was the NFL receptions leader in 1999, and a five-time Pro Bowler from 1997-2001. He holds 31 Jaguars franchise records including most career receptions (862) and 1000 receiving yard seasons with 9.

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Jacksonville Jaguars
Cast Your Vote

Justin Smith

DE

Justin Smith was a solid defensive lineman who both lined up as a defensive end and defensive tackle throughout his career. This versatility allowed him to be an All-Pro selection at both positions during his time in San Francisco. Smith was also voted to five straight Pro Bowls from 2009-2013 and was voted the Sports Illustrated Defensive Player of the Year in 2011.

Teams

Cincinnati Bengals
San Francisco 49ers
Cast Your Vote

Neil Smith

DE

Neil Smith was turning heads. Smith ran a 4.55-second 40-yard dash, an incredible time for a man his size. Smith went on to have a successful NFL career including leading the NFL in sacks in 1993.

 

Teams

Denver Broncos
Kansas City Chiefs
San Diego Chargers
Cast Your Vote

Rod Smith

WR

Rod Smith played his entire career with the Denver Broncos winning Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII. He was the NFL receptions leader in 2001 and was named to the Pro Bowl three times (2000-2001, 2005). He holds the Broncos record for receptions in a career with 849 and yards with 11,389 yards. He was the first-ever undrafted player to reach 10,000 receiving yards. Most receiving yards and TD receptions (68) of any undrafted player in history.

Teams

Denver Broncos
Cast Your Vote

Chris Spielman

LB

In 2012, NFL Films produced an episode of “A Football Life” about Chris Spielman that aired on NFL Network. The episode highlighted not only what a great player Spielman was on the field, but also how great a man he was off the field.

Teams

Buffalo Bills
Cleveland Browns
Detroit Lions
Cast Your Vote

Takeo Spikes

LB

Takeo Spikes is one of only 7 linebackers to achieve more than 200 career starts with the NFL. Only once did Spikes record less than 70 tackles in a season. He was team captain 13 out of his 15 seasons of play. He is currently a football analyst on NBC Sports Network, and he co-hosts SiriusXM NFL programs.

Teams

Buffalo Bills
Cincinnati Bengals
San Diego Chargers
Philadelphia Eagles
San Francisco 49ers
Cast Your Vote

Rohn Stark

P

Rohn Stark was selected to 4 Pro Bowls and was voted an All-Pro in 1983. He is the only player to ever play for the Baltimore Colts and play against the Baltimore Ravens.

Teams

Carolina Panthers
Indianapolis Colts
Baltimore Colts
Pittsburgh Steelers
Seattle Seahawks
Cast Your Vote

Pat Swilling

LB/DE

Pat Swilling was a 5x pro bowler, 2x First-team All-Pro, NFL Sacks leader in 1991, and most notably the AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1991. He lost all 6 playoff games he played in, no other player in NFL history has more losses without a win. Swilling finished his career with 490 tackles, 107.5 sacks, and 6 interceptions. In 2000 he was inducted into the New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame. 

Teams

Detroit Lions
Oakland Raiders
New Orleans Saints
Cast Your Vote

Darryl Talley

LB

Darryl Talley had his own cheering section at Rich Stadium known as the “Talley-Whackers.” In 2003, his name was the 20th name added to the Wall of Fame in Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
Buffalo Bills
Minnesota Vikings
Cast Your Vote

Steve Tasker

WR/KR/PR

Steve Tasker was listed as a wide receiver, however, most of his enormous contributions came on special teams. Tasker was a dangerous gunner on both the kickoff and punt teams. He was also asked to return kicks and punts throughout his career. During his 13 seasons, he was selected to seven Pro Bowls and named first-team All-Pro five consecutive season (1991-95). He is the only Special Teams player to be named MVP of the Pro Bowl and he helped lead the Buffalo Bills to four consecutive Super Bowls.

Teams

Buffalo Bills
Houston Oilers
Cast Your Vote

Fred Taylor

RB

Fred Taylor played for both the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New England Patriots during his 13seasons in the NFL. Taylor holds many of the Jaguars franchise records including career rushing yards (11,271) and most all-purpose yards for a career (13,640). Taylor recorded seven consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons and became just the 21st player in NFL history at the time to rush for 10,000 yards in a career.

Teams

Jacksonville Jaguars
New England Patriots
Cast Your Vote

Zach Thomas

LB

Zach Thomas was selected to seven consecutive Pro Bowls and was named first- or second-team All-Pro seven times as well. He recorded more than 1,700 combined tackles in his career and was named the AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1996. Thomas is a two-time NFL Alumni Linebacker of the Year and was selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 2000s. 

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Miami Dolphins
Cast Your Vote

Charles Tillman

C

Charles Tillman was a 2nd round draft pick by the Chicago Bears out of Louisiana-Lafayette was known for punching out balls out of opponent’s arms. He was the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year in 2013 and was first-team All-Pro in 2012. He had 912 tackles, 44 forced fumbles, 38 interceptions, and 9 defensive TDs. 

Teams

Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
Cast Your Vote

Greg Townsend

DT/DE

Greg Townsend retired 16th all-time on the NFL’s career sack list. He also recovered 8 fumbles in his career, 3 of which he returned for touchdowns. Most notably an Oakland Raider, Townsend was a 4-time All-Pro selection with the team and was a part of the team that won the Super Bowl in 1984.

Teams

Oakland Raiders
Philadelphia Eagles
Cast Your Vote

Justin Tuck

DE

Kevin Williams was the 3rd round pick in 2005 out of Notre Dame. He was a 2x Super Bowl Champion (XLII, XLVI) with the New York Giants. Tuck is in the Giants Ring of Honor and was a 2x Pro-Bowler in 2008 and 2010 as well as first-team All-Pro in 2008. He had 510 tackles, 66.5 sacks, 22 forced fumbles, and 3 interceptions. 

Teams

Oakland Raiders
New York Giants
Cast Your Vote

Matt Turk

P

Matt Turk was voted to three consecutive Pro Bowls (1996-1998) and was a First-Team All-Pro in 1996. He averaged 42.8 yards per punt over his career that totaled 1,143 punts for 48,414 yards.

Teams

Houston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars
St. Louis Rams
Miami Dolphins
New York Jets
Washington Football Team
Cast Your Vote

Troy Vincent

CB

Troy Vincent was known as much for his work off the field as on the field throughout his career. He was selected for five straight Pro Bowls from 1999-2003 and was the 2002 Walter Payton Man of the Year. Today, he serves as the NFL’s head of Football Operations.

Teams

Buffalo Bills
Miami Dolphins
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Football Team
Cast Your Vote

Herschel Walker

RB

Herschel Walker was one of the most prolific college running backs and kick returners ever before making it to the NFL. He started his career in the USFL before playing for the Dallas Cowboys. Walker finished his career with 8,225 rushing yards with 61 rushing touchdowns. Walker also had 4,859 receiving yards with 21 receiving touchdowns.

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Minnesota Vikings
New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles
Cast Your Vote

Wesley Walls

TE

Wesley Wall started his career behind Pro Football Hall of Fame nominee Brent Jones, he went on to win Super Bowl XXIV with the San Francisco 49ers. When he finally moved to the Carolina Panthers, he restarted his career. He made the Pro Bowl 5 times (1996-1999, 2001), and was a 4-time All-Pro Tight End (1996-1997, 1999, 2001). Walls finished his career with 450 receptions, 5291 yards, and 54 TDs.

Teams

Carolina Panthers
Green Bay Packers
New Orleans Saints
San Francisco 49ers
Cast Your Vote

Hines Ward

WR

Hines Ward played his entire 14-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ward was named Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl XL. He was one of only eight players to have 1,000 career receptions at the time of his retirement. He won a second NFL championship with the Steelers with a victory in Super Bowl XLIII. Ward is the Steelers all-time leader in receptions (1000), receiving yards, and touchdown catches and is a member of the Steelers All-Time Team.

Teams

Pittsburgh Steelers
Cast Your Vote

Brian Waters

G

Brian Waters played primarily for the Kansas City Chiefs. He made six Pro Bowls (2004-2006, 2008, 2010-2011) and is the only American Football Conference Lineman ever to be named AFC player of the week. Waters won the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 2009.

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Kansas City Chiefs
New England Patriots
Cast Your Vote

Ricky Watters

RB

Ricky Watters played ten seasons in the NFL for three teams, the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, and the Seattle Seahawks. He won Super Bowl XXIX with the 49ers and tied a Super Bowl record scoring three touchdowns in the game. He was selected to five consecutive Pro Bowls (1993-97). Watters rushed for 10,643 yards with 78 touchdowns during his career and was a receiving threat as well recording 467 receptions for 4,248 yard and 13 touchdowns. 

Teams

Philadelphia Eagles
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
Cast Your Vote

Reggie Wayne

WR

Reggie Wayne played his entire 14-year career with the Indianapolis Colts. During his career, he helped the Colts win Super Bowl XLI and was selected to the Pro Bowl six times. He was also named first- or second-team All-Pro three times. He led the NFL in receiving yards in 2007. He retired 7th all-time in receptions and 8th all-time in receiving yards. He was inducted into the Colts Ring of Honor in 2018. 

Teams

Indianapolis Colts
Cast Your Vote

Richmond Webb

T

Richmond Webb played for the Miami Dolphins and finished his career with the Cincinnati Bengals. He set a team record with 118 consecutive starts for the Dolphins and made seven consecutive Pro Bowls (1990-1996). He was inducted into the Dolphins Honor Roll in 2006, the 16th member to be inducted.

Teams

Cincinnati Bengals
Miami Dolphins
Cast Your Vote

Wes Welker

WR

Wes Welker was a 5x Pro Bowler, 2x First-Team All-Pro, and was the NFL's reception leader in 2007, 2009, and 2011. He accumulated 903 catches for 9,924 yards with 50 TDs. He has the most receptions of any undrafted free agent in NFL history and is tied for the longest receiving TD at 99 yards. Welker was the fastest player to have 500 catches with one team (Patriots, 70 games).  Welker also holds the Patriots franchise record with 672 career receptions. 

Teams

Denver Broncos
San Diego Chargers
St. Louis Rams
Miami Dolphins
New England Patriots
Cast Your Vote

Roddy White

WR

Roddy White was a first-round pick by the Atlanta Falcons out of UAB in 2005. He played his entire career with the Falcons racking up 808 catches for 10,863 yards and 63 TDs. He was elected to 4 straight pro bowls in 2008-2011 and was first-team All-Pro in 2010. He led the NFL in receptions in 2010. White was inducted into the Falcons Ring of Honor in 2019. He holds numerous Falcons franchise records including most receiving TDs, most receptions, and most games played as a WR. 

Teams

Atlanta Falcons
Cast Your Vote

Erik Williams

T

Erik Williams was a key component on the Dallas Cowboys team in the 1990s and was a part of the “Great Wall of Dallas”. He helped the Cowboys win Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII, and XXX blocking for Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith. Williams was a four-time Pro Bowler (1993, 1996-1997, 1999) and a three-time first-team All-Pro (1993, 1995-1996).

Teams

Baltimore Ravens
Dallas Cowboys
Cast Your Vote

Kevin Williams

DT

Kevin Williams was the 9th overall pick in the 2003 draft out of Oklahoma State. Williams played the majority of his career with the Minnesota Vikings (2003-2013) and was a 6x Pro-Bowler and 5x first-team All-Pro. He was on the NFL 2000s All-Decade team. He was voted as one of the 50 greatest Vikings in 2010. Williams had 525 tackles with 63 sacks, 5 interceptions, and 9 forced fumbles.

Teams

Minnesota Vikings
New Orleans Saints
Seattle Seahawks
Cast Your Vote

Patrick Willis

MLB

Patrick Willis turned heads at the NFL Combine when he ran a 4.56 40-yard dash and had a 39” vertical at 6-1 and 242 pounds. His athletic abilities transferred well to the football field, and Willis was voted the 2007 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. He was also selected to the PFWA All-Rookie Team. Even though his career was cut short due to injuries, Willis was voted to seven straight Pro Bowls from 2007-2013 and was a five-time first-team All-Pro choice.

Teams

San Francisco 49ers
Cast Your Vote

Adrian Wilson

S

Adrian Wilson was a 3rd round pick out of North Carolina State in 2001 by the Arizona Cardinals. Wilson is part of the 25 sacks/25 interceptions club. He made 5 pro bowls and was first-team All-Pro in 2009. He had 894 career tackles, 25.5 sacks, 27 interceptions, and 14 forced fumbles. He holds the NFL record for sacks in a season by a defensive back with 8 and is a member of the Arizona Cardinals Ring of Honor.

Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Cast Your Vote

Steve Wisniewski

G

Nicknamed “The Wiz” Steve Wisniewski played his entire 13-year career with the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders. He was an eight-time Pro Bowler (1990-1995, 1997, 2000) and apart of the NFL 1990s All-Decade team. He started in all but two games in his career with the Raiders. Wisniewski was second all-time in Raider's Pro Bowl appearances with eight (tied with Pro Football Hall of Famers Art Shell and Howie Long).

Teams

Oakland Raiders
Los Angeles Raiders
Cast Your Vote

Charles Woodson

DB

The Heisman Trophy winner out of Michigan was the 4th overall pick in the 1997 NFL draft by the Oakland Raiders. He won NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1998 and was a 9x pro bowler. Woodson won Super Bowl XLV while with the Green Bay Packers. He was a 4x first-team All-Pro, NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2009, and was the NFL’s interceptions leader in 2009 and 2011. Woodson was also a part of the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team. He had 1,105 tackles, 20 sacks, 33 forced fumbles, 65 interceptions, and 13 defensive TDs. 

Teams

Green Bay Packers
Oakland Raiders
Cast Your Vote

Darren Woodson

S

Darren Woodson was an elite NFL safety with the Dallas Cowboys from 1994-2002. He is a three-time Super Bowl Champion (XXVII, XXVIII, XXX) and a five-time Pro Bowl selection. Woodson earned first-team All-Pro honors four times and was inducted into the Cowboys Ring of Honor in 2015. Woodson was known as one of the most versatile safeties in NFL history.

Teams

Dallas Cowboys
Cast Your Vote

Bryant Young

DT

Bryant Young was one of the most dominant defensive linemen in NFL history. Young remains the San Francisco 49ers all-time sack leader with 89.5 sacks. He was voted to four Pro Bowls, named first-team All-Pro twice and was a leader of San Francisco’s Super Bowl XXIX championship team. He is currently the defensive line coach for the Atlanta Falcons. 

Teams

San Francisco 49ers
Cast Your Vote

 

The bios of the Modern-Era nominees were sourced from www.wikipedia.org.