2019 Football Eligibles

A member of the 25/25 club with Quarterbacks Sacks and Interceptions, Adrian Wilson was regarded as one of the better Defensive Backs of his day. Wilson, a five time Pro Bowl selection, would set the record for Sacks by a Defensive Back in 2005. Wilson may not have the easiest path to Canton but could easily be recognized by the…


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A very good and somewhat unheralded player, Andre Carter was a consistent Defensive End who played for multiple teams, but it was his first season as a member of the New England Patriots where he would receive his lone Pro Bowl Selection. Carter holds the Pats record for single game Quarterback Sacks.
Going to five consecutive Pro Bowls (2006 to 2010), Andre Gurode was the Center for bulk of his career with the Dallas Cowboys throughout the 2000’s. Gurode was a solid anchor for the Cowboys O-Line and one of the more respected players on the field.
One of the better Punters of his era, Brian Moorman was a two time Pro Bowler and a two time First Team All Pro while he was with the Buffalo Bills. Moorman was a very good punter for a period of time, but the Pro Football Hall of Fame is still a long way a way from recognizing elite Punters…
Bryant McKinnie spent the bulk of his career moving his bulk on the front line with the Minnesota Vikings.   He would however go to the Baltimore Ravens where he would win a Super Bowl Ring with the team. McKinnie was a Pro Bowler in 2009.
For a two years stretch, Carl Nicks was one of the better Offensive Guards in the game and the heart of the line that protected Drew Brees to a Super Bowl win. Nicks was a two time Pro Bowler, but his career was brief and he only played 64 Games.
A two time Super Bowl Champion with the New York Giants, Chris Snee was the starting Right Guard for the team and would start 141 Games for the franchise. Snee would make four Pro Bowls and earn a First Team All Pro Selection. With the two rings and the stability he brought to the G-Men O-Line, could he be an…
A member of the Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl XLI Championship Team, Dallas Clark enjoyed a year in 2009 where he was regarded as the top Tight End in the National Football League where he was a Pro Bowler, First Team All Pro and NFL Alumni Tight End of the Year. He would retire with over 5,000 Yards Receiving, an excellent…
Dan Koppen was the Center for two New England Patriots Super Bowl teams and would be a Pro Bowl Selection in 2007. Canton will likely elude Koppen but the New England Patriots Hall of Fame is well within his reach.
David Diehl would play his entire professional career with the New York Giants, where he would play in multiple positions on their offensive line starting 160 Games. Diehl would be part of a line that would take the New York Giants to two Super Bowls wins four years apart.
David Garrard was the long time Quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars had a few good seasons leading to a Pro Bowl Selection in 2009. Garrard was a highly regarded humanitarian and won the Ed Block Courage Award in 2004.
Perhaps known best for “Bountygate” and his role in it, Jonathan Vilma is also known for his leadership on the New Orleans Saints on a team that finally put it all together to win the Super Bowl in 2009. Vilma was a three time Pro Bowl selection who led the league in combined tackles in 2005 and is a former…
Playing his entire professional career with the Carolina Panthers, Jordan Gross was a dominating Offensive Tackle who was a rarity in that the second half of his career was better than his first half. Gross actually retired as a Pro Bowler and would start all 167 Games of his career.
The son of Hall of Fame Tight End, Kellen Winslow, Kellen Winslow II was the number six overall pick in the 2004 Draft.   The junior Winslow got off to a slow start after a stellar career at the University of Miami due to multiple injuries but in 2007 he would make the Pro Bowl and exceed 1,000 Yards Receiving. Winslow,…
More used as an old school Fullback, Le’Ron McClain went to the Pro Bowl twice and for a year was a major rushing option for the Baltimore Ravens. McClain also made a First Team All Pro squad and recorded 16 Touchdowns over his career.
An exceptionally versatile player, Michael Robinson was converted to a Running Back and later Fullback in the National Football League. A former Quarterback/Wide Receiver at Penn State, Robinson’s work ethic allowed him to become a Pro Bowl selection with the Seattle Seahawks, a team he won the Super Bowl with 2014. That would be the last game he ever played.
For a three year period, Nnamdi Asomugha was regarded as one of the best shutdown Cornerbacks in the National Football League and was a highly recruited Free Agent following a spectacular run with the Oakland Raiders. Asomugha was not the star that Philadelphia hoped for, but during the late 2000’s he was a two time First Team All Pro and…
Undrafted out of Boise State, Quintin Mikell did what so many in his position did to make the NFL; he went to Special Teams. He would become the Eagles Special Teams MVP twice and would later land the Strong Safety job for Philadelphia where he would make the Pro Bowl in 2009.
Tragically passing away from a car crash in 2014, Rob Bironas scratched and clawed his way to the NFL after working his way up from the Arena League Developmental system. Bironas would not reach the big time until he was 27, but in 2007 he was a First Team All Pro Selection and he led the league in Field Goals.…