Edgerrin James was the do-everything player for the Indianapolis Colts during his seven seasons with the franchise.
J.J. Watt can become the first four-time AP Defensive Player of the Year next season after joining Lawrence Taylor as a three-time recipient Saturday.
Running back Terrell Davis' résumé is far more about quality and playoff excellence than simple longevity.
The No. 19 pick in the 1951 draft, Dick Stanfel made the All-Pro team five times in seven seasons.
Orlando Pace first visited the Pro Football Hall of Fame when he was in high school. He'll return this summer as a member.
Kevin Greene found himself in the unenviable spot of being all too familiar with the hurry-up-and-wait approach that goes with being on the ballot.