Deion Sanders - "Prime Time" himself. Deion was a threat any time you put the ball in his hands. He returned kicks, punts, was an excellent cover corner, and even lined up with the offense from time to time, including starting on both sides of the ball for the Cowboys in 1996. Over his 14 year career Sanders made 8 Pro Bowls, 6 All-Pro First Teams, 2 All-Pro Second Teams, intercepted 53 passes, scored 22 touchdowns (3 kick returns, 6 punt returns, 9 interception returns, 1 fumble return, 3 receiving), and was a part of 2 Super Bowl Championship teams. He started his career with Atlanta, and also played for San Francisco, Dallas, Washington and Baltimore.
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Marshall Faulk - Faulk was an integral part of the greatest show on turf and helped the Rams win their only Super Bowl in 2000. During that Super Bowl season he had over 1000 rushing and 1000 receiving yards. In his career he finished with 12279 rushing yards, 100 rushing touchdowns, 36 receiving touchdowns, was a member of 7 Pro Bowl teams, 3 All-Pro First Teams and 3 All-Pro Second teams, and was the NFL Rookie of the Year in 1994. He split his 12 year career between the Indianapolis Colts and the Rams.
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Shannon Sharpe - Sharpe was one of the greatest tight ends ever to play the game. When he retired he was the NFL's all-time yardage leader for tight ends and was the first tight end ever to eclipse 10000 yards. Sharpe was a part of 3 Super Bowl Championship teams and made 8 Pro Bowl Squads, 4 All-Pro First Teams and 1 Second Team. Over his 14 year career he caught 815 passes, 62 of them for touchdowns and he eclipsed the 1000 yard mark in 3 different seasons. Sharpe played 12 years with the Broncos and the other 2 years with the Ravens.
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Richard Dent - A member of the Monsters of the Midway, Dent was a big part of the Bear's Super Bowl run in 1985. One of the most feared pass rushers of his time, Dent had 17 sacks during the regular season that year as well as a pair of interceptions. He finished his career with 137.5 sacks and had 8 seasons with double digit sacks. Dent was a part of 2 Super Bowl winners, made 4 Pro Bowls, 2 All-Pro First Teams and 2 All-Pro Second Teams. Dent spent 12 of his 15 years in the league with the Bears, and also spent a year apiece with the Colts, Eagles and 49ers.
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Ed Sabol - Not a player, but his contributions to the game have been felt by many. Sabol was one of the original founders of NFL Films back in 1962.
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Les Richter - Les Richter played for the St. Louis Rams from 1954-1962 as a linebacker, guard and kicker and made 8 Pro Bowls in his 9 year career. Drafted by the New York Yanks in 1952, the Rams actually traded 11 players to get him before he ever played a Pro game. Richter's career probably could have been longer, but he spent two years in the Army after graduating from the University of California. Richter finished his career with 16 interceptions, 12 fumble recoveries, 29 field goals and 1 touchdown.
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Chris Hanburger - Hanburger has to be one of the greatest success stories in NFL Draft history as he was selected in the 18th round of the 1965 NFL draft by the Washington Redskins. Washington definitely got more than their money's worth as Hanburger made 9 Pro Bowls over his 14 year career. Regarded as one of the best linebackers of his era, Hanburger made 4 All-Pro first teams, and 2 second teams.
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