We have updated our Football futures with some new names for you to cast your votes on and offer your opinions.
Added to the 2024 Football Section are:
John Denney a Long Snapper who was a two-time Pro Bowler who played his entire career with the Miami Dolphins.
He joins Adam Jones, Andrew Luck, Antonio Gates, Brandon Marshall, Brent Grimes, Brian Orakpo, Chris Ivory, Connor Barwin, Corey Graham, Derek Anderson, Derrick Johnson, Doug Martin, Eric Berry, Glover Quin, Haloti Ngata, Jamaal Charles, Jermaine Gresham, Jermon Bushrod, Jonathan Stewart, Jordy Nelson, Josh Sitton, Julius Peppers, Kyle Williams, Lorenzo Alexander, Mark Sanchez, Matt Cassell, Max Unger, Muhammad, Wilkerson, Phil Dawson, Reggie Nelson, Sam Shields, Sebastian Janikowski, T.J. Lang, Vontae Davis and Zane Beadles.
Added to the 2025 Football Section are:
Adam Vinatieri, who is the most successful Place Kicker of all-time, and is the all-time leader in Points and Field Goals. He also has three Super Bowl wins with the Patriots.
DeMaryius Thomas, a four-time Pro Bowl Wide Receiver who won a Super Bowl with the Broncos. He had 9,763 Receiving Yards and 69 Touchdowns.
Roosevelt Nix, a Fullback who went to the Pro Bowl in 2017.
They join Antoine Bethea, Aqib Talib, Brynden Trawick, Cameron Wake, C.J. Anderson, Darren Sproles, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Donald Penn, Eli Manning, Eric Weddle, James Develin, Joe Staley, Jon Condo, Kyle Long, Luke Kuechly, Marshal Yanda, Matt Bryant, Michael Bennett, Mike Pouncey, Patrick DiMarco, Patrick Chung, Ryan Kalil, Travis Frederick, Vernon Davis, Zach Brown and Zak DeOssie.
Added to the 2026 Football Section are:
Dez Bryant, who went to three Pro Bowls and led the NFL in Touchdown Receptions in 2016 as a Cowboy.
Don Muhlbach, a two-time Pro Bowl Long Snapper who played his entire career with the Lions.
Johnathan Joseph, a two-time Pro Bowl Cornerback.
Jurrell Casey, who went to five Pro Bowls as a Defensive End, and played most of his career with Tennessee.
LeSean McCoy, who went to six Pro Bowls and led the NFL in Rushing Yards in 2013. He was also a two-time First Team All-Pro and would have an even 15,000 Yards From Scrimmage.
Malcolm Butler, a two-time Super Bowl Champion with the Patriots.
Marshawn Lynch, the man who made “Beast Mode” popular, and was a five-time Pro Bowl, one-time First Team All-Pro and two-time Rushing Touchdown leader. The Running Back would win a Super Bowl with the Seahawks and had 10,413 Rushing Yards.
They join Alex Smith, Anthony Costanzo, Anthony Sherman, Drew Brees, Greg Olsen, Jason Witten, Jordan Reed, Julian Edelman, Matt Schaub, Maurkice Pouncey, Mike Iupati, Philip Rivers, Sean Lee, Thomas Davis and Tramon Williams.
As we proceed further, we will be adding new names to all of our future sections.
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