2018 Football Eligibles

Lasting fourteen seasons in the NFL, Antoine Winfield would be a Pro Bowl Cornerback for three of them, finding his best on field play as a member of the Minnesota Vikings. Winfield would net over 1,000 Tackles in his NFL career, a solid number attained by few on the defensive side of the ball. The Bullet Points: Country of Origin:…
Undrafted in 2002, Bart Scott would become a popular Linebacker in the National Football League with the Baltimore Ravens and the New York Jets. Scott was popular and controversial, but only made a Pro Bowl selection once and is unlikely to get a significant look from the powers that be in Canton.
Spending his entire pro career with the New York Jets, Brandon Moore was the starting Right Guard for the Jets for 142 of his 144 NFL Games. Moore would be named to the Pro Bowl in 2011.
While he may not have lived up to the lofty expectations placed upon him when he was drafted third overall out of Michigan, Braylon Edwards did make the Pro Bowl in 2007 and netted over 5,000 Yards receiving in the National Football League, a more than respectable amount by any standard.
Undrafted out of UCLA, Brendon Ayanbadejo cut his teeth in the Canadian Football League for a few years until he made an NFL roster with the Miami Dolphins. A competent Linebacker, Ayanbadejo, who was a former CFL All Star, would make three Pro Bowls, though it was for his work on Special Teams.    
Brian Jennings never started a game of the 208 he suited up for the San Francisco 49ers, but he was a versatile player who was the Long Snapper for the team for over a decade and was considered one of the best in the business. He would make the Pro Bowl in 2004, though we don’t expect that the Special…
Playing his entire career with the Chicago Bears, Brian Urlacher was the primary Defensive weapon for the team from Second City for more than a decade. Urlacher would not just become one of the most feared players in the NFL he would become one of the most popular. When people thought of the Chicago Bears they thought of Urlacher, and…
Casey Hampton would spend his entire professional football career with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Nose Tackle would secure a solid place in Steel Town football lore. Hampton was a member of two Super Bowl Championships and would become a Pro Bowl Selection five times and will be long remembered in Western Pennsylvania.
Spending his entire professional career with the Washington Redskins, Chris Cooley would set the franchise record for receptions at the Tight End position. Cooley would become a two time Pro Bowl Selection and would record almost 5,000 Receiving Yards.

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A member of the Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XL Championship Team, Chris Hope would have better individual seasons with the Tennessee Titans, where he was a 2008 Pro Bowl Selection. Hope would also have many seasons where he helped predominantly in special teams.
Spending his entire fourteen year career with the Green Bay Packers, Donald Driver was a main go to for Packers Quarterbacks and would amass over 10,000 Yards Receiving while representing the frozen tundra. Driver, a three time Pro Bowl selection, had seven seasons over 1,000 Yards and was so beloved by Packers fans that he was the first player in…
A two time Super Bowl Champion with the Pittsburgh Steelers, James Farrior was an Inside Linebacker who was also chosen for two Pro Bowls. Farrior was a key figure on some good defensive teams, and would record over 1,400 Tackles in his NFL career. The Bullet Points: Country of Origin: Petersburg, Virginia, U.S.A. Eligible In 2018 Position: Linebacker Played for:…
Jammal Brown was a two time Pro Bowl selection as a member of the New Orleans Saints, and was a large part of the Saints first trip to the NFC Championship game. Brown suffered a torn ACL in 2009, which would cost him his starting job and reduced him to a role player, but when he was healthy he was…
Drafted in the second round by the Detroit Lions, Jason Hanson was their Place Kicker for twenty-one seasons. Hanson was a reliable kicker and would retire in third place all-time in Field Goals Made and Points Scored. He would also be selected to play in two Pro Bowls. Still, as reliable as he was, without a First Team All Pro…
Undrafted and out of Football, the Indianapolis Colts were told of Jeff Saturday and they would give him a chance to make their roster. Saturday did, and would become the leader of the Offensive Line that protected the great Peyton Manning for a decade. He would make six Pro Bowls and earn two First Team All Pro selections and was…
Earning five consecutive Pro Bowl selections as a member of the Atlanta Falcons in the early 2000’s, Keith Brooking was a good Linebacker in his day who had over 1,400 Tackles in the National Football League. Brooking, who would also be a Second Team All-Pro twice, was also a respected “good guy” who was known for his charitable work. The…
A former Defensive End, Kyle Vanden Bosch spent most of his career with sub par teams, but was still regarded as a top Defensive End throughout his career. Considered one of the more disciplined players in his craft, Vanden Bosch would secure three Pro Bowl nods.    
Leonard Davis was the second overall pick of the 2001 NFL Draft and would anchor the Offensive Line for several teams earning three trips to the Pro Bowl. Davis would have his best campaigns as a member of the Dallas Cowboys and would help them make several trips to the playoffs.
Part of the resurgence of the Seattle Seahawks defense, Cornerback, Marcus Trufant was a ten year NFL veteran who played his entire career in Seattle. Trufant was not part of Seattle’s first Super Bowl win having retired prior to, but he was a Pro Bowler once in his career and still respected in the Pacific Northwest.