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Alex Smith came into the pros with lofty expectations, and how could that not be the case when you are a Quarterback who was taken first overall?  From Utah, it was the San Francisco 49ers who chose him in 2005, but it was a mixed bag of success, as he struggled on the field and with injuries.  Missing the 2008 season due…
Anthony Costanzo was the player who the Indianapolis Colts used their First Round Pick on in the 2011 Draft (22ndOverall), and the Lineman from Boston College would play his entire pro career (10 seasons) wearing the horseshoe on his helmet. Costanzo started all 144 of his Games Played at Left Tackle, where he had three years where he exceeded double-digits…

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Anthony Sharman was drafted as a Running Back from UConn, but it was his blocking ability that propelled him to a ten-year career in the NFL. Sharman played his first two seasons in Arizona, but his final eight in Kansas City where as a Fullback he was a Pro Bowl Selection in 2018, and a Super Bowl Champion the following…
There was a time when Dez Bryant was in the conversation as the best Wide Receiver in the National Football League. A native Texan, Bryant played his college ball at Oklahoma State, and he was a First Rounder in 2010, returning to Texas to play for the Dallas Cowboys.  An All-Rookie with 561 Yards, Bryant broke out in 2012 with 1,382…
After going undrafted in 2004, Texas A&M Lineman, Don Muhlbach worked out with the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills, before landing with the Detroit Lions midway through the year, where he became their Long Snapper.  Despite botching a snap that cost them a game against Minnesota in his rookie year, Muhlbach held on to the job, and would become one of…
Dontari Poe overachieved at Memphis, as the level he was recruited at going into college was not nearly the level he was pursued at as a pro.  A high First Round Pick in 2012, the massive Poe (340 lbs) was taken by the Kansas City Chiefs, who used him as their starting Nose Tackle for five years. Poe was very good…
A star at Purdue, Brees was drafted early in the Second Round of the 2001 Draft by the San Diego Chargers, and would take over as the starter in 2002.  A Pro Bowl Selection in 2004, Brees saw the writing on the wall, as San Diego had Philip Rivers waiting in the midst, who they planned to make the starter going…
The Hall of Fame case for Frank Gore is the ultimate test of dominace vs longevity and statistical compiling. A Third Round Pick from Miami (FL), Gore had his best year early in his career with a sophomore effort seeing Gore post career-highs in Rushing Yards (1,695) and Yards From Scrimmage (2,180).  Gore went to his first Pro Bowl that year,…
The possessor of one of the best names in Football (especially if you played your college ball at Notre Dame), Golden Tate was an All-American for the Fighting Irish, and was able to transfer his skills to the National Football League. Taken by Seattle in the Second Round in 2010, Tate was part of the Seahawks depth chart for his…
Greg Olsen played his college football at the University of Miami where he would become one of the top Tight Ends in the 2007 Draft, taken 31st overall by the Chicago Bears.  Olsen did well, peaking with 612 Yards in 2009, but he was traded to the Carolina Panthers for a Third Round pick before the 2011 season. With the Panthers, Olsen…
Drafted in the 3rd Round out of Tennessee in 2003, Witten would see significant playing time in his rookie year but in 2004 he would rise to Pro Bowl status with a 980 Yard season. This would be the first of many seasons where the Dallas Cowboy would be considered an elite Tight End. From 2005 to 2010 he would…
A First Rounder from South Carolina, Johnathan Joseph would win the starting job at Cornerback during his rookie year with the Cincinnati Bengals. Joseph played his first five years in the NFL with the Bengals, netting 14 Interceptions and 273 Tackles.  His next stop was with Houston, and he earned Pro Bowls in his first two years (2011 & 2012), both…
A Third Round Pick from Florida, Jordan Reed was on the cusp of being in the top group of NFL Tight Ends.  Reed played for the Washington Redskins from 2013 to 2019, and he made the Pro Bowl in 2016, though his 2015 season was better.  That year, he had career-highs in Receiving Yards (952) and Touchdowns (11). Reed suffered a concussion…
Julian Edelman’s story is a phenomenal one, as despite being a Quarterback at Kent State, Patriots Head Coach, Bill Belichik saw him as a possible receiver/returner, and as often was the case, he was right.  Edelman was never a Pro Bowl or All-Pro Selection, but he became a regular target of Tom Brady, and would have three 1,000-Yard campaigns, accumulating 6,822…
Playing his college ball at USC, Casey arrived in the NFL to Tennessee as a Third Round Pick in 2011.  Casey became an immediate starter at Right Defensive Tackle, and was arguably robbed of a Pro Bowl in 2013, a year he had a career-high 10.5 Sacks.  He would finally get that first Pro Bowl in 2015, which would lead to four…
From La Belle Provence, Quebec, Canada, L.P. Ladouceur played his college ball at California, and though he was undrafted, he was signed by the New Orleans Saints, but was released before the end of training camp.  He moved one state west, and made the Dallas Cowboys as their Long Snapper in 2005, a role he held for 16 years. Ladouceur made…
One of the most successful Wide Receivers in the history of Pro Football, Larry Fitzgerald played his entire career with the Arizona Cardinals, where there was no doubt who was the top player in the desert. Fitzgerald was highly coveted in the 2004 NFL Draft, having dominated in two years at Pittsburgh where he would later have the honor of…
From the University of Pittsburgh, McCoy was phenomenal with the Panthers, winning the Big East Offensive Player of the Year (2008) and parlaying that into a Second Round Pick to the same-state Philadelphia Eagles in 2009. McCoy played his first six years with the Eagles, four of which would see the Running Back exceed the four-digit mark in Rushing Yards.  The…
Undrafted from West Alabama, Malcolm Butler had a brief, yet potent career as a Defensive Back in the NFL. Butler signed with the New England Patriots, making the squad, and becoming a Pro Bowl at Cornerback in his second year (2015).  Butler, who would have eight picks as a Patriot, will be forever known for the one in Super Bowl XLIX,…