Most Passing Yards in Philadelphia Eagles History
He spent 1 single season in Green Bay in 1974 making the All-Pro Team. The Raiders then used 2 first-round picks to get him to Oakland.
Ted Hendricks Green Bay Packers Sideline in 1974
A "Pro-Trait" from a 1969 Chargers Game Program depicting Hall of Fame tackle Ron Mix.
Ron Mix, 1969 Chargers "Pro-trait"
Terry Metcalf, Running Back 1973-1977 & 1981
Bo Jackson, Raiders 1987 to 1990
Elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018. As a rookie in 1975 he made an instant impact as he helped Houston notch the franchise’s first winning season in eight years with a 10-4 record. He
went on to win Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1975. With his speed, strength, tackling and coverage ability, Brazile helped revolutionize the outside linebacker position in a 3-4 defense. Nicknamed ‘Dr. Doom,’. Started all 147 regular season games during his career and made seven postseason starts including back-to-back AFC Championship Games in 1978 & 1979. He recorded nine tackles and one fumble recovery in the 1978 AFC Championship game. He was elected to seven career Pro Bowls and named All-Pro for five consecutive seasons (1976-1980). His career best season was in 1978 when he recorded 185 tackles on his way to helping the Oilers secure three consecutive 10-win seasons and three consecutive playoff berths from 1987 to 1980). His career statistics include 13 interceptions, 14 fumble recoveries. Was named to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1970s.`
Jim Marshall, Defensive Lineman 1960 to 1979
Preston Pearson, Runningback Kick Returner 1967-1980
3-Time Pro Bowler with the Browns. 1959, 1960 and 1961.
Set an NFL of 208 consecutive passes without an interception between 1959 and 1960.
Selected as #50 among the 100 Best Cleveland Browns players of All-Time.
Bruce Smith, Defensive End 1985 to 2003
Greg Townsend Defensive Lineman, 1983 to 1997
Rickey Jackson, Linebacker 1981 to 1985
MacArthur Lane, Running Back 1968 to 1978