Defensive Lineman Reggie White Philadelphia Eagles
One of the most dominant defensive lineman of his generation. Still ranks #2 on the All-Time Career Sack Leaders list.
Reggie White Sacks Neil Lomax
As an Eagles he averaged over 1 sack a game during his 8 year career with them. 124 sacks in 121 games played. Still has the #2 spot on the NFL's All-Time Career Sack leaders list with 198 sacks - this one of Cardinals QB Neil Lomax among them.
Reggie White Hall of Fame NFL Player
The Minister of Defense as a Green Bay Packer. Played 6 seasons as a Packer, Made the Pro Bowl each year and was even named to the All-pro team twice during that time. Won a Super Bowl after the 1996 NFL season.
Reggie White NFL
198 Career Sacks in his 15 year NFL career. Here he has just dumped Eagles quarterback Rodney Peete for a loss.
Packers Defensive Lineman Reggie White
In 6 seasons with the Packers he tallied 68 sacks in 95 games. Here he brings down Trent Dilfer of the Buccaneers.
Reggie White as a Carolina Panthers greets Brett Favre
After sitting out the 1999 season the "Minister of Defense" came out of retirement to play 1 season as Carolina Panther. Here he exchanges pleasantries with former team mate Brett Favre who he won a Super Bowl with in 1996.
Reggie White Sacks Drew Bledsoe in Super Bowl 31
Won a Super Bowl with the Packers in 1996 against New England. Set a Super Bowl record of 3 sacks. Here he brings down Patriot quarterback Drew Bledsoe with the help of team mate Sean Jones (#96).
Reggie White Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Great
8 seasons (1985-1992) with the Eagles. Remains the teams All-Time Sack Leader with 124 sacks in 121 games. Considered by ESPN to be the greatest player in Eagles franchise history.
Reggie White of the Packers Rushing Troy Aikmen of the Cowboys
Packers Great Reggie White applies pressure to Cowboys Hall of Fame Quarterback Troy Aikmen.