The running back is ranked fourth on the NFL's career rushing list with 14,101 yards. The 11-year-veteran scored 90 rushing touchdowns during his career with the Patriots and Jets. The consumate professional, he was an All-Pro selection three times and topped 1,000 yards rushing in 10 consecutive seasons.
Butler might have been an undrafted free agent, but he made the most of his opportunity. He retired with the second-most interceptions in league history, intercepting 53 in 103 games as a defensive back for the Steelers. He also scored four touchdowns. He might have done more if his career had not been cut short by a leg injury in 1959. Butler was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and was chosen one of the greatest players in Steelers history.
Roaf practically had reservations for the All-Pro team. A first-team selection an astounding seven times, he was the total package during his career with the Saints and Chiefs. Nicknamed "Nasty," he was selected to the Pro Bowl 11 times and was chosen to the NFL's 1990s all-decade team.
Kennedy, who spent his entire career with the Seattle Seahawks, did it all as a defensive tackle. He was the 1992 NFL Defensive Player of the Year, a four-time All-Pro and an eight-time Pro Bowl selection. By the time Kennedy retired after the 2000 season, he had amassed 668 tackles and 58 sacks.
Known for his infectious personality and wild style of play, Doleman terrorized NFL quarterbacks for 15 seasons from his defensive end spot. He was a first-team All-Pro three times and appeared in eight Pro Bowls. Doleman, who played for Minnesota (10 seasons), San Francisco (three) and Atlanta (two), finished his career with 150.5 sacks and was chosen to the NFL's 1990s all-decade team.
A mainstay of the Steelers' offensive line, Dawson started 170 consecutive games, most of them at center. He was a first-team All-Pro in six straight seasons and was a seven-time Pro Bowl selection. He also made one appearance in the Super Bowl.