Fred Dean, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, starred for the Chargers and 49ers for 11 seasons.
Richard Dent led the Bears sacks eight times and the Colts once.
Russ Grimm was named to the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1980s.
Ray Guy had more than 200 punts land inside the 20.
Bob Kuechenberg and the Dolphins captured seven division titles, four AFC championships, and two Super Bowl wins.
Art Monk is the first Redskins receiver to record three straight 1,000-yard seasons.
Andre Reed caught 50 or more passes in a season 13 times.
Paul Tagliabue secured the largest television contracts in entertainment history - totaling $25 billion.
Derrick Thomas recorded the most sacks in the NFL during the 1990s.
Andre Tippett amassed 100 career sacks for the Patriots.
Zimmerman is one of the rare players in history to be voted to two All-Decade Teams (1980s, 1990s).
Cris Carter starred in the NFL for 16 seasons, earning eight consecutive trips to the Pro Bowl.
One of the premier players of his era, Marshall Goldberg starred as a two-way player for the Cardinals from 1939-1943 and following World War II from 1946-1948.
Randy Gradishar was named first- or second-team All-Pro six times, first- or second-team All-AFC seven times, and was voted NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1978 by the AP, Pro Football Weekly, and NEA.
Darrell Green spent 20 seasons with the Washington Redskins. The two words that best describe Green’s career are consistency and durability.
Emmitt Thomas led the American Football League in interceptions in 1969 with nine.
McDaniel allowed only 1 ½ sacks during the 1998 season while clearing big enough holes on the left side of the line for Minnesota backs to average 5.4 yards per carry to his side.