Beyond Brady and T.D.

The sixth round hasn't provided many marquee names, but plenty of quality exists

Originally Published: April 13, 2010
By Sheldon Spencer | ESPN.com

Whenever there's discussion about the best sixth-round draft picks in NFL history, Tom Brady (2000, New England Patriots) and Terrell Davis (1995, Denver Broncos) are the easy answers.

But the next time this subject comes up at a party, don't be afraid to hail other sixth-rounders who became Super Bowl standouts, including Mark Rypien (1986, Redskins), Mark Chmura (1992, Packers), George Andrie (1962, Cowboys) and Lee Woodall (1994, 49ers).

Of course, starting conversations ...

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