Defensive tackle Alan Page, a consensus All-America out Notre Dame, was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round in 1967.
Page quickly excelled, earning Pro Bowl honors following his second season in 1968.
A fierce pass rusher, Page led the Vikings "Purple People Eater" defense.
After a three-year stint in Chicago, Page retired following the 1981 season. During his career, he was named to six All-NFL teams, nine straight Pro Bowls, and was the NFL's MVP in 1971.
In 1988 Page was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Here he poses with his Hall of Fame presenter Willarene Beasley.
In 1993 Page was appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court.