JAN 15, 2014 5:57p ET
Drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2002, Scott Fujita played for four teams throughout his 11-year career (Chiefs, Cowboys, Saints & Browns). He was defensive captain of the Saints defense during the 2007 season and in 2009 and helped lead the franchise to its first-ever world championship in Super Bowl XLIV. After a stint with the Browns, he retired last April 2013 after signing a one day contract with the Saints. He has served on the NFLPA Executive Committee as a Vice President since 2010 and sits on the board of Directors for Team Gleason, an organization that seeks to improve the lives of patients living with ALS.