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A.J. Hawk was drafted 5th overall in the 2006 Draft and the former Ohio State Buckeye was a force on the Packers defense for years.  While the former Lombardi Award winner would never be named to a Pro Bowl, he was an alternate for the game twice (2010 & 2011).  Hawk is unlikely to make the Pro Football Hall of…

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Mar 03, 2018

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Mar 07, 2018

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While the Houston Texans are still a young franchise, it shouldn’t be argued that the first major offensive star with Hall of Fame credentials would be Andre Johnson.
Retiring from the National Football League early so that he could devote more time to his humanitarian efforts, Anquan Boldin would secure seven seasons where he had four digits in Receiving Yards.  Boldin was an explosive force on the gridiron, making an immediate impact in his rookie year finishing third in both Receptions and Receiving Yards. 
Save for four games at the end of his career with the Miami Dolphins, Arian Foster was with the Houston Texans for the duration of his career.  Foster was a sweet pickup for Houston as the Running Back went undrafted in 2009 out of the University of Tennessee.  Foster would prove in his sophomore season to all those who failed…
A former First Round pick from the University of Virginia, Branden Albert had a decent career in the National Football League with both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins.  Albert started 118 Games (out of 120 Games Played) at Left Tackle and was a Pro Bowl Selection twice, once with each team he played for.
Brandon Flowers was a Second Round Draft Pick out of Virginia Tech and he would immediately win the a starting Cornerback job for the Chiefs.  Flowers would be dependable in that role, situating at Left Cornerback in his sophomore year and making a Pro Bowl in 2013.  Flowers would play his final three years with the San Diego Chargers.  Overall…
Spending all eleven of his NFL seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, Chad Greenway maximized all of his physical skills to become a two time Pro Bowl Selection.  Greenway was not just a popular figure among the Vikings fans but was also a leader in the locker room on the way up, as a Pro Bowler and at the latter end…
Chris Chester may never have been selected for a Pro Bowl over his eleven years in the National Football League but the longtime Right Guard would not have been out of place had he been selected in 2012 or 2016.  Chester started 143 of his 169 Games in the NFL.
One of the greatest defensive players in Sun Belt Conference history, DeMarcus Ware can also make a claim as one of the top defensive forces in the lore of the Dallas Cowboys.The latter says an awful lot doesn’t it?
Special Teams has a major struggle to get recognized in Canton, Ohio, but do we have a case with Devin Hester who with the reduction of kickoff returns in the NFL could be the last great returner ever?  Some have even said he is the best ever.
Evan Mathis would win the Super Bowl with Broncos in the 50th edition of the most watched annual game in sports but it was his tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles that warranted him a place on our futures list.  As an Eagle, he was twice chosen for the Pro Bowl and was named a First Team All Pro in 2013…
As a former number one draft pick, Jake Long had some serious expectations to live up to.  For the first four years of his career he was doing just that.
The son of Professional Wrestler, Road Warrior Animal, James Laurinaitis had a good career in the National Football League, predominantly with the St. Louis Rams.  Laurinaitis who was a two time Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year with the Ohio State Buckeyes, would start all of his 112 Games with the St. Louis Rams.  He would have 100 Tackles…
A product of the football factory of USC, Jordan Cameron was a fourth round pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2011.  Originally a Wide Receiver when he played in College, he moved to Tight End in his Senior year, which would see him blossom and it likely allowed him to have a career in the pros.
Justin Forcett bounced around the National Football League, playing for seven different teams in eight different seasons.  Now granted this does not reflect a player who could not have been that good, but remember seven different NFL teams thought enough of the skill of the Running Back for him to play regular season games for them.
Generally fans don’t wear the jersey of Punters but Pat McAfee of the Indianapolis Colt was such a character that he bucked the trend and actually made a few residuals off his last name on fans backs. 
Percy Harvin was a two time BCS Champion at the University of Florida where he was considered the team’s offensive spark.  The Minnesota Vikings would draft Harvin in the First Round, where his rookie year was his best year in the NFL earning Pro Bowl honors and was consider a bona fide dual threat as a receiver and returner.  He…
A member of the 100 Sack club, Robert Mathis proved time and time over his career that he was a certified beast on the pass rush. 
One of the greatest offensive players in Carolina Panthers history, Steve Smith had seven seasons as a Panther where he eclipsed the 1,000 Yard mark in Receiving Yards.  His best season was in 2005 where he would win the Wide Receiver’s “Triple Crown” by leading the NFL in Receptions, Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns.