Seasons played: 20 (1991-2010), 302 games. Mainly with the Packers (also played for Jets, Vikings).
Stats: Retired as NFL's all-time leading passer with 6,300 completions, 10,169 attempts, 71,838 yards and 508 TDs. Started 321 straight games at one point, including playoffs.
Accolades: Won one Super Bowl. Voted NFL's Most Valuable Player three consecutive times (1995-97). Was the first player to win three MVP awards.
Did you know? Was drafted in the second round in 1991 by the Atlanta Falcons and traded to Green Bay following a rookie season in which he had four pass attempts.
Seasons: 1996-2008. Six seasons with Buccaneers and seven with the Colts.
Stats: His overall record as head coach, including playoffs, was 148-79. The Buccaneers made the playoffs four times in his six seasons in Tampa. The Colts made the playoffs in all seven of his seasons in Indianapolis.
Accolades: Became the first black head coach to win a Super Bowl when the Colts beat the Bears in 2006.
Did you know? Took over a Bucs team in 1996 that had 12 double-digit loss seasons in previous 13 years. By his second season, the team finished 10-6 and earned a playoff berth.
Seasons played: 15 (1985-99), 228 games. Mainly with the Rams (also played for Steelers, Panthers, 49ers).
Stats: Had 160 career sacks and led his team in sacks 11 times. Had double-digit sack totals in 10 seasons. Had back-to-back seasons with career-best 16½ sacks in 1988 and 1989. Also had three safeties, 26 fumble recoveries and five interceptions.
Accolades: Was a first-team All-Pro with three different teams — Rams (1989), Steelers (1994) and Panthers (1996). Was the NFL sacks leader in 1994 and 1996.
Did you know? Played in six conference championship games and one Super Bowl.
Seasons played: 13 (1996-2008), 190 games. All with the Colts.
Stats: Finished second to Jerry Rice in league history in career receptions (1,102), most consecutive games with a reception (190) and most career 100-yard games (59). Eight straight years with 1,000-plus yards receiving, 10 or more TDs. Shattered NFL single-season reception record with 143 catches in 2002.
Accolades: All-Pro six times, NFL's All-Decade Team of 2000s.
Did you know? He and Peyton Manning hold the record for the most completions (953), yards (12,766) and touchdowns (112) by a tandem.
Seasons played: 13 (1997-2008), 169 games. All but one with the Rams.
Stats: Started all 16 games seven times during his career. Blocked for seven 1,000-yard rushers and three 4,000-yard passers.
Accolades: Blocked for three consecutive NFL MVPs (QB Kurt Warner in 1999, 2001 and RB Marshall Faulk in 2000). Five-time All-Pro selection (1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004).
Did you know? In 1997 the Rams made him the first offensive lineman drafted No. 1 overall since 1968. First-year eligible.
Seasons played: 15 (1970-84), 184 games. Mainly with the Raiders (also played for Oilers, Saints).
Stats: Guided Oakland to winning records in each of his nine seasons as a starter. Career completion percentage (59.85) ranked second all-time at retirement.
Accolades: Guided Raiders to a win over Vikings in Super Bowl XI. Was the league MVP in 1974. Selected to the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1970s.
Did you know? "The Snake" passed away last July at the age of 69. Was a senior nominee.
Seasons played: 7 (1952-58), 73 games. With the Lions and Redskins.
Stats: The Lions advanced to the NFL championship game in the first three seasons Stanfel played and won back-to-back titles in 1952 and 1953.
Accolades: Chosen for the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1950s. Earned first-team All-Pro honors in five of seven seasons, including all three years with Redskins.
Did you know? While still at the top of his game, retired at age 31 to pursue coaching career. Was a senior nominee. Died last June.
As owner of the San Francisco 49ers (1977-2000), his franchise made 16 playoff appearances, advanced to NFC title game 10 times and was first franchise ever to win five Super Bowls.
Morten Andersen, K, 1982-2007; Steve Atwater, S, 1989-1999; Don Coryell, coach, 1973-86; Terrell Davis, RB, 1995-2001; Alan Faneca, G, 1998-2010; Joe Jacoby, T, 1981-1993; Edgerrin James, RB, 1999-2009; John Lynch, S, 1993-2007; Terrell Owens, WR, 1996-2010; Kurt Warner, QB, 1998-2009.