Ray Childress, a five-time Pro Bowler, starred for the Houston Oilers from 1985-1995 and spent one final year with the Cowboys in 1996.
Fred Dean split his career with the Chargers (1975-1981) and the 49ers (1981-85). He was voted to four Pro Bowls.
Richard Dent excelled as a defensive end for 15 seasons in the NFL with the Bears (1983-1993, 1995), 49ers (1994), Colts (1996) and Eagles (1997).
Chris Doleman, a defensive end/linebacker, spent the majority of his 15-season career with the Vikings. In all, he played in 232 games and amassed 151 sacks.
Jacob Green starred at defensive end for the Seattle Seahawks from 1980 to 1991 and spent one final season with the San Francisco 49ers in 1992.
Charles Haley split time at defensive end and linebacker during his 12-season career with the 49ers (1986-1991, 1999) and Cowboys (1992-96).
Jim Jeffcoat, DE, played on five division championship and two Super Bowl winners during his 15 NFL seasons in Dallas (1983-1994) and Buffalo (1995-97).
Ed "Too Tall" Jones, a mainstay on the Cowboys defensive unit during his career in Dallas (1974-78, 1980-89).
Cortez Kennedy was voted to eight Pro Bowl during his 11-season career with the Seattle Seahawks from 1990-2000.
Joe Klecko played defensive end, defensive tackle and nose tackle during his career with the Jets (1977-1987) and Colts (1988).
Fred Smerlas, nose tackle, earned All-Pro honors three times, All-AFC four times, and was voted to five Pro Bowls during the 1980s.