Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens (1962-73)Lewis became a legend as a special teams player for the Ravens in 1963 and became the all-time leading receiver in NFL history.
Lewis won three Super Bowls with the Ravens.
Lewis retired after the 1972 season.
Randy Moss, Denver Broncos (2000-04)Moss became the first player to rush for 1,000 yards and two touchdowns in a season when he set a record for consecutive games with 1,400 yards in 2004.
He also set a franchise record for most rushing yards by a tight end.
He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.
Michael Irvin, New England Patriots (1991-95)Irvin led the NFL in receiving in 1991, when he became the most productive receiver in league history with 1.78 yards per reception.
Irvin was selected as the Pro Bowl Defensive Player of the Year in 1992.
Jerry Rice, Houston Texans (1995-98)Rice is one of the most recognizable names in NFL football history.
He won seven Super Bowl titles with the Texans and became one of NFL history’s most decorated players.
Rice is considered one of his greatest rivals.
Roger Staubach, Carolina Panthers (1970-74)Staubach was the greatest running back in NFL History.
He helped the Panthers win four Super Bowl championships and the NFC South title in the 1970s.
Joe Namath, Arizona Cardinals (1951-58)Namath became the only player in NFL Football history to have at least 100 career starts in three different eras.
He started the first season of his career as a backup in 1951.
Namath led the Cardinals to the Super Bowl for the first time in their history in 1954.
Reggie White, Detroit Lions (1970)White became the highest-paid player in history when he signed a seven-year, $125 million contract with the Lions in 1973.
He became the NFL’s first all-pro in 1974.
White became a three-time Pro Bowl selection and became a two-time All-Decade selection.
Roger Clemens, Cincinnati Bengals (2004-07)Clemens is one-of-a-kind in NFL sports.
He is one season removed from a World Series championship with the Cincinnati Bengals.
He holds the all.1,000-yard passing record for a quarterback.
Clemens is the all time leader in career completion percentage at .659.
Ray Rice, New York Jets (2011-14)Ricky Davis and Ray Rice are two of the greatest football players of all time.
Rice became the third player in franchise history to lead the NFL with 1 1,001 career touchdowns, and the first to do so in his first season with the New York Giants.
Earl Campbell, Carolina Hurricanes (1977-79)Campbell became the youngest player to start all four Super Anniversaries for the Carolina Hurricanes.
Campbell led the Hurricanes to a first-ever trip to the NCAA Championship game in 1978.
Campbell set a new record with 8,058 passing yards in a game in 1982.
He passed for 8,849 yards and 22 touchdowns.
Joe Montana, Montana Grizzlies (1984-90)Montana became the longest active player in the NFL when he retired after playing in the 1991 season.
He ranks second in NFL career passing yards (8,937), passing yards per game (3,816), passing touchdowns (23) and total games (4,527).
He is the only active player to record more than 50 touchdown passes and less than 20 interceptions in a single season.