Four of the five players in the Class of 2009 finished their career by changing teams. Randall McDaniel played his final two years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and earned a Pro Bowl berth his first season in Tampa.
Bruce Smith played four years in Washington. He had 10 sacks his first year with the Redskins. He also set the career mark for sacks while wearing the burgundy and gold.
Bob Hayes played his final four games of his career with the San Francisco 49ers in 1975. He averaged 19.8 yards on his six catches in those games.
After 10 seasons in Pittsburgh, Woodson moved on to the 49ers. He had three interceptions in his one season in San Francisco.
Woodson played four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens and during that time earned a Super Bowl ring.
Woodson's final two seasons were played with the Oakalnd Raiders. In his second from last year, he tied for the NFL lead with eight interceptions in 2002.