2016 Football Eligibles

A successful Tight End who was equally adept at blocking and he was receiving, Alge Crumpler was a four time Pro Bowl selection that had his best years with the Atlanta Falcons. Crumpler would record 373 Receptions and 39 Touchdowns over his career. The Bullet Points: Country of Origin: Wilmington, North Carolina, U.S.A. Eligible In 2016 Position: Tight End Played…
The consensus Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2002, Clinton Portis finished his career 77 Rushing Yards short of the magical 10,000 mark and was a Pro Bowl Selection twice. Portis also broke the 2,000 Yard mark in receiving over his career and had a more than respectable 80 career Touchdowns. He will probably not make the Football Hall of…
A five time Pro Bowl Selection, Julian Peterson had a very good career with over 50 Quarterback Sacks and 802 combined tackles. Many around the NFL held Peterson in high regard, but he may not have reached that elite status that would put him on a future list of ours. The Bullet Points: Country of Origin: Hillcrest Heights, Maryland, U.S.A.…
Kris Jenkins proved to be an above average Defensive Tackle, especially during his stint with the Carolina Panthers. Jenkins would record over twenty sacks and would be chosen to represent the Panthers in four Pro Bowls. He would also be a vital member on many Carolina Special Teams, most notably as a kick blocker. The Bullet Points: Country of Origin:…
Earning a Super Bowl Ring with the New England Patriots (Super Bowl XXXVI), Lawyer Milloy was a defensive star that made the Patriots All-1990’s and All-2000’s team. Milloy would make four consecutive Pro Bowls and a First Team All-Pro selection in 1999. Career wise, he was a member of the 20/20 club in career Sacks and Interceptions and recorded a…
The Dallas Cowboys drafted a major star at Oklahoma, Roy Williams in the First Round and he almost immediately stabilized their secondary. The super athletic Williams (he was nicknamed at “Superman” at OU) would earn five Pro Bowl selections in the pros along with an All-Pro nod, though he was never the dominating force he had been in at University.…
Undrafted in 1994, Tony Richardson took a slower path to Football stardom, but he would eventually become one of the top Fullbacks in the National Football League. He would also be considered one of the true “good guys” of the name winning the Ed Block Courage Award twice and the Whizzer White NFL Man of the Year in 2010. Richardson…
Trevor Pryce was a two tie Super Bowl Champion with the Denver Broncos and went to four consecutive Pro Bowls. Pryce recorded good career numbers tallying 91 Quarterback Sacks and 439 Tackles and was named to the Bronco’s 50th Anniversary team in 2009. Pryce was a good player, though he will probably fall short for Hall of Fame consideration. The…