List of Clemson Tigers in the NFL Draft

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Gaines Adams was the fourth overall selection in the 2007 NFL Draft.

The Clemson University Tigers football team has had 243 players drafted into the National Football League (NFL) since the league began holding drafts in 1936.[1][A 1] Each NFL franchise seeks to add new players through the annual NFL Draft. The draft rules were last updated in 2009. The team with the worst record the previous year picks first, the next-worst team second, and so on. Teams that did not make the playoffs are ordered by their regular-season record, with any remaining ties broken by strength of schedule. Playoff participants are sequenced after non-playoff teams, based on their round of elimination (wild card, division, conference, and Super Bowl).[3]

Before the merger agreements in 1966, the American Football League (AFL) operated in direct competition with the NFL and held a separate draft. This led to a massive bidding war over top prospects between the two leagues, along with the subsequent drafting of the same player in each draft. As part of the merger agreement on June 8, 1966, the two leagues held a multiple round "Common Draft". Once the AFL officially merged with the NFL in 1970, the "Common Draft" simply became the NFL Draft.[2][4][5]

Through the 2017 NFL Draft, the highest that a Tiger has ever been drafted is fourth overall, which has happened on three occasions: Banks McFadden in 1939, Gaines Adams in 2007, and Sammy Watkins in 2014. The Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants have drafted the most Tigers, each with seventeen Dashun watson. The only current NFL franchises that have not selected a Clemson Tiger are the Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers. Twenty-seven Tigers have been drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft, with the most recent being Shaq Lawson in 2016. The single first round of the NFL Draft with the most Tigers selected was 1979, 1982, 2015, and 2017 with two players. Of the Tigers selected in the NFL Draft, seventeen have been selected to a Pro Bowl, nineteen have been a member of a Super Bowl winning team, and four have achieved both. The most Tigers selected in a single NFL Draft is nine, in 1983 and 2016.

Key[edit]

B Back[A 2] K Kicker NT Nose tackle
C Center LB Linebacker FB Fullback
DB Defensive back P Punter HB Halfback
DE Defensive end QB Quarterback WR Wide receiver
DT Defensive tackle RB Running back G Guard
E End T Offensive tackle TE Tight end
* Selected to an all-star game (AFL All-Star game, NFL All-Star game or Pro Bowl)
dagger Won a league championship (AFL championship, NFL championship, or Super Bowl)
double-dagger Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame

Players selected[edit]

Banks McFadden was drafted 4th overall by the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1940 NFL Draft.
Fred Cone was drafted 27th overall by the Green Bay Packers in the 1951 NFL Draft.
Don Chuy was drafted 38th overall by the Houston Oilers in the 1963 AFL Draft and 67th overall by the Los Angeles Rams in the 1963 NFL Draft.
Charlie Waters was drafted 66th overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 1970 NFL Draft.
Chris Gardocki was drafted 78th overall by the Chicago Bears in the 1991 NFL Draft.
Brian Dawkins was drafted 61st overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1995 NFL Draft.
Trevor Pryce was drafted 28th overall by the Denver Broncos in the 1997 NFL Draft.
Nick Eason was drafted 114th overall by the Denver Broncos in the 2003 NFL Draft.
Leroy Hill was drafted 98th overall by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Tye Hill was drafted 15th overall by the St. Louis Rams in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Anthony Waters was drafted 96th overall by the San Diego Chargers in the 2007 NFL Draft.
Phillip Merling was drafted 32nd overall by the Miami Dolphins in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Darell Scott was drafted 103rd overall by the St. Louis Rams in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Jacoby Ford was drafted 108th overall by the Oakland Raiders in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Da'Quan Bowers was drafted 51st overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Coty Sensabaugh was drafted 115th overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Sammy Watkins was drafted 4th overall by the Buffalo Bills in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Bashaud Breeland was drafted 102nd overall by the Washington Redskins in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Clemson Tigers selected in the NFL/AFL Drafts[1][6]
Year Round Overall Name Position Team Notes
1939 5 40 Don Willis B New York Giants
16 142 Gus Goins E Chicago Cardinals
1940 1 4 Banks McFadden HB Brooklyn Dodgers
13 120 Joe Payne G New York Giants
18 161 Lowell Bryant B Chicago Cardinals
1942 5 35 Joe Blalock E Detroit Lions
1943 20 189 Marion Butler B Chicago Bears
1945 10 93 Bill Poe B Chicago Bears
1946 6 43 Marion Woods G Pittsburgh Steelers
15 136 Jim Hough B Green Bay Packers
29 276 Francis Saunders T Green Bay Packers
1947 16 138 Ralph Jenkins C Pittsburgh Steelers
1948 27 246 Tom Salisbury T New York Giants
1949 1 6 Bob Gage DB, TB Pittsburgh Steelers
7 71 Frank Gillespie G Philadelphia Eagles
1951 3 27 Fred Cone FB, K Green Bay Packers
7 81 Ray Matthews HB, E Pittsburgh Steelers
11 131 Steve Wyndham B New York Yanks
12 146 Bob Hudson DB, LB, E New York Giants
22 262 Dick Hendley QB Pittsburgh Steelers
25 300 Jackie Calvert T Los Angeles Rams
1952 5 59 Robert Patton G New York Giants
13 148 Billy Hair B Green Bay Packers
1953 6 66 Tom Barton G Pittsburgh Steelers
10 121 Dreher Gaskin E Detroit Lions
18 209 Jim Shirley B Chicago Bears
29 340 Earl Wrightenberry T Chicago Cardinals
1954 24 285 Nate Grissette T Philadelphia Eagles
1955 16 190 Clyde White G Philadelphia Eagles
21 244 Buck George B Washington Redskins
28 334 Wingo Avery C Philadelphia Eagles
1956 4 43 Ben Inabinet T Baltimore Colts
22 254 Dick Marazza T Detroit Lions
25 292 Bill O'Dell B Pittsburgh Steelers
1957 2 18 Joel Wells HB Green Bay Packers
3 34 Bill Hudson* DT Chicago Cardinals AFL All-Star (1961)[7]
1958 17 200 Bill Thomas C Los Angeles Rams
24 280 Jim Padgett C Philadelphia Eagles
1959 14 158 Jack Smith T Philadelphia Eagles
14 162 Mike Dukesdagger LB San Francisco 49ers AFL Champion (1960, 1961)[8][9]
16 192 Morris Keller T Baltimore Colts
20 230 Jim Payne G Philadelphia Eagles
20 235 Rudy Hayes LB Pittsburgh Steelers
1960 1 12 Lou Cordileone DT, DE, G New York Giants
2 13 Harold Olson* T St. Louis Cardinals AFL All-Star (1961)[10]
8 88 Bill Mathisdagger FB, HB San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (III)[11]
14 168 Doug Clinedagger LB, FB New York Giants AFL Champion (1960)[8]
1961
AFL draft
9 68 Lowndes Shingler[A 3] QB Oakland Raiders
14 112 Jimmy King[A 4] T Houston Oilers
1961
NFL draft
5 63 Ron Osborne[A 5] T Baltimore Colts
10 134 Jimmy King[A 4] T St. Louis Cardinals
12 156 Lowndes Shingler[A 3] QB Dallas Cowboys
1962
AFL draft
9 69 Gary Barnesdagger[A 6] WR New York Titans NFL Champion (1962)[12]
29 231 Ron Osborne[A 5] T Houston Oilers
1962
NFL draft
3 41 Gary Barnesdagger[A 6] WR Green Bay Packers NFL Champion (1962)[12]
1963
AFL draft
5 38 Don Chuy[A 7] G Houston Oilers
1963
NFL draft
5 67 Don Chuy[A 7] G Los Angeles Rams
1964
AFL draft
15 118 Pat Crain[A 8] FB Houston Oilers
1964
NFL draft
2 23 Pat Crain[A 8] HB Chicago Bears
8 102 Bob Poole TE San Francisco 49ers
14 190 John Case E Baltimore Colts
1965 17 237 John Boyette T Cleveland Browns
1966 12 177 Rickey Johnson T St. Louis Cardinals
12 182 Wayne Page DE Chicago Bears
1967 14 360 Floyd Rogers T Cleveland Browns
1968 3 64 Harry Olszewski G Cleveland Browns
4 99 Wayne Mass T Chicago Bears
5 134 Jackie Jackson RB Cleveland Browns
9 230 Frank Liberatore DB Washington Redskins
1969 8 201 Wayne Mulligan C, T St. Louis Cardinals
14 344 John Cagle DE Boston Patriots
1970 3 66 Charlie Waters*dagger DB Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl (1976, 1977, 1978)[13]
Super Bowl Champion (VI, XII)[14][15]
11 283 Ivan Southerland T Dallas Cowboys
14 347 Jack King G San Francisco 49ers
1971 2 30 Dave Thompson T, C, G Detroit Lions
1972 3 63 John McMakindagger TE Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Champion (IX)[16]
9 217 Don Kelley DB Pittsburgh Steelers
14 346 Larry Hefner LB Green Bay Packers
1973 6 155 Rick Harrell C New York Jets
11 266 Ed Seigler K Chicago Bears
1974 6 131 Jay Washington RB Kansas City Chiefs
1976 1 28 Bennie Cunninghamdagger TE Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Champion (XIII, XIV)[17][18]
10 282 Don Testerman RB Miami Dolphins
11 303 Craig Brantley WR New York Giants
15 424 Gary Alexander T Baltimore Colts
1978 5 127 Archie Reesedagger DE, NT, DT San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (XVI)[19]
8 213 Roy Eppes DB New York Jets
11 305 Lacy Brumley T Denver Broncos
1979 1 5 Jerry Butler* WR Buffalo Bills Pro Bowl (1980)[20]
1 23 Steve Fullerdagger QB Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Champion (XX)[21]
3 64 Joe Bostic G, T St. Louis Cardinals
4 92 Jon Brooks LB Detroit Lions
10 249 Dwight Clark*dagger WR San Francisco 49ers Pro Bowl (1981, 1982)[22]
Super Bowl Champion (XVI, XIX)[19][23]
11 277 Stan Rome WR Kansas City Chiefs
1980 1 20 Jim Stuckeydagger DE San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (XVI, XIX)[19][23]
7 189 Lester Brown RB Dallas Cowboys
12 324 Marvin Sims FB Baltimore Colts
1981 6 140 Steve Durham DE Seattle Seahawks
7 178 Obed Ariri K Baltimore Colts
1982 1 6 Jeff Bryant DE, DT Seattle Seahawks
1 19 Perry Tuttle WR Buffalo Bills
5 128 Jeff Davis LB Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 188 Hollis Hall DB San Diego Chargers
9 225 Tony Berryhill C Baltimore Colts
12 327 Brian Clark G Denver Broncos
1983 1 10 Terry Kinard DB New York Giants
3 66 Cliff Austin RB New Orleans Saints
4 101 Johnny Rembert* LB New England Patriots Pro Bowl (1988, 1989)[24]
5 135 Chuck McSwain RB Dallas Cowboys
7 194 Jeff McCall RB Los Angeles Raiders
8 205 Andy Headendagger LB New York Giants Super Bowl Champion (XXI)[25]
11 282 Danny Triplett LB Los Angeles Rams
11 290 Bob Mayberry G Seattle Seahawks
11 298 Brian Butcher G Minnesota Vikings
12 318 Frank Magwood WR New York Giants
1984 3 63 Rod McSwain DB Atlanta Falcons
6 143 Jim Scott DE New York Giants
8 213 Bob Pauling K St. Louis Cardinals
11 295 Edgar Pickett LB Minnesota Vikings
12 320 William Devane DT Miami Dolphins
12 326 Murry Jarman WR Denver Broncos
1985 1 22 William Perrydagger DT, DE Chicago Bears Super Bowl Champion (XX)[21]
3 58 Tyrone Davis DB New York Giants
3 77 Dale Hatcher P Los Angeles Rams
5 116 K. D. Dunn TE St. Louis Cardinals
6 152 Reggie Pleasant DB Atlanta Falcons
10 260 Donald Igwebuike K Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1987 1 25 Terrence Flaglerdagger RB San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Champion (XXIII, XXIV)[26][27]
2 31 Kenny Flowers RB Atlanta Falcons
2 38 Delton Hall DB Pittsburgh Steelers
4 103 Jim Riggs TE Cincinnati Bengals
1988 2 50 Michael Dean Perry* DT, DE Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl (1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996)[28]
3 81 Tony Stephens DT New Orleans Saints
12 322 James Earle LB Pittsburgh Steelers
1989 1 11 Donnell Woolford* DB Chicago Bears Pro Bowl (1993)[29]
4 97 Jake McCullough DE Denver Broncos
5 113 Keith Jennings TE Dallas Cowboys
10 257 Ty Granger T Tampa Bay Buccaneers
10 271 Tracy Johnson RB Houston Oilers
1990 9 241 Terry Allen* RB Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl (1996)[30]
10 260 Gary Cooper WR New Orleans Saints
10 274 Otis Moore DT New York Giants
1991 2 41 Jerome Henderson DB New England Patriots
2 51 Doug Thomas WR Seattle Seahawks
2 53 John Johnson LB San Francisco 49ers
3 78 Chris Gardocki*dagger P Chicago Bears Pro Bowl (1996)[31]
Super Bowl Champion (XL)[32]
4 86 Dexter Davis DB Phoenix Cardinals
5 117 Vince Hammond DT Phoenix Cardinals
10 271 Eric Harmon G Philadelphia Eagles
11 301 Stacy Long G Chicago Bears
1992 1 16 Chester McGlockton* DT, DE Los Angeles Raiders Pro Bowl (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997)[33]
2 38 Levon Kirkland* LB Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl (1996, 1997)[34]
5 117 Curtis Whitley C San Diego Chargers
5 125 Ed McDaniel* LB Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl (1998)[35]
1993 1 15 Wayne Simmonsdagger LB Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Champion (XXXI)[36]
3 72 James Trappdagger DB, WR Los Angeles Raiders Super Bowl Champion (XXXV)[37]
4 91 Rudy Harris RB Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 106 Ashley Sheppard LB Minnesota Vikings
6 164 Robert O'Neal DB Miami Dolphins
1994 2 50 Brentson Buckner DT, DE, NT Pittsburgh Steelers
7 203 Andre Hewitt T Cleveland Browns
1995 6 179 Wardell Rouse LB Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1996 2 50 Patrick Sapp LB San Diego Chargers
2 61 Brian Dawkins*double-dagger DB Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl (1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009)
Pro Football Hall of Fame (2018)[38]
5 138 Leomont Evans DB Washington Redskins
1997 1 28 Trevor Pryce*dagger DT, DE Denver Broncos Pro Bowl (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002)[39]
Super Bowl Champion (XXXII, XXXIII)[40][41]
2 40 Dexter McCleondagger DB St. Louis Rams Super Bowl Champion (XXXIV)[42]
1998 1 15 Anthony Simmons LB Seattle Seahawks
4 102 Lorenzo Bromell DE Miami Dolphins
5 129 Raymond Priester RB St. Louis Rams
6 159 Glenn Roundtree G St. Louis Rams
7 210 Jim Bundren G Miami Dolphins
1999 1 25 Antuan Edwards DB Green Bay Packers
2 45 Rahim Abdullah LB Cleveland Browns
5 139 Adrian Dingle DE San Diego Chargers
5 169 Chris Jones LB Minnesota Vikings
7 231 O. J. Childress LB New York Giants
7 249 Donald Broomfield DT Cincinnati Bengals
2001 1 15 Rod Gardner WR Washington Redskins
7 232 Keith Adams LB Tennessee Titans
7 244 Robert Carswell DB San Diego Chargers
2003 4 114 Nick Easondagger DT Denver Broncos Super Bowl Champion (XLIII)[43]
4 128 Bryant McNeal DE Denver Broncos
2004 3 72 Donnell Washington DT Green Bay Packers
3 77 Derrick Hamilton WR San Francisco 49ers
2005 2 57 Justin Miller* DB New York Jets Pro Bowl (2006)[44]
3 98 Leroy Hill LB Seattle Seahawks
5 140 Airese Currie WR Chicago Bears
2006 1 15 Tye Hill DB St. Louis Rams
3 81 Charlie Whitehurst QB San Diego Chargers
7 241 Charles Bennett LB Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2007 1 4 Gaines Adams DE Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3 96 Anthony Watersdagger LB San Diego Chargers Super Bowl Champion (XLIV)[45]
5 139 Dustin Fry C St. Louis Rams
5 159 C. J. Gaddis DB Philadelphia Eagles
7 235 Chansi Stuckey WR New York Jets
2008 2 32 Phillip Merling DE Miami Dolphins
6 170 Barry Richardson T Kansas City Chiefs
2009 4 103 Darell Scott DT St. Louis Rams
5 165 Chris Clemons DB Miami Dolphins
5 166 Michael Hamlin DB Dallas Cowboys
6 195 James Davis RB Cleveland Browns
2010 1 9 C. J. Spiller* RB Buffalo Bills Pro Bowl (2012)[46]
4 108 Jacoby Ford WR Oakland Raiders
5 134 Ricky Sapp DE Philadelphia Eagles
5 164 Crezdon Butler DB Pittsburgh Steelers
7 240 Kavell Conner LB Indianapolis Colts
2011 2 41 Jarvis Jenkins DE Washington Redskins
2 50 Marcus Gilchrist DB San Diego Chargers
2 51 Da'Quan Bowers DE Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 122 Chris Hairston T Buffalo Bills
4 130 Jamie Harper RB Tennessee Titans
6 173 Byron Maxwelldagger DB Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion (XLVIII)[47]
2012 2 38 Andre Branch DE Jacksonville Jaguars
3 64 Dwayne Allen TE Indianapolis Colts
3 93 Brandon Thompson DT Cincinnati Bengals
4 115 Coty Sensabaugh DB Tennessee Titans
2013 1 27 DeAndre Hopkins* WR Houston Texans Pro Bowl (2015)[48]
4 127 Malliciah Goodman DE Atlanta Falcons
5 143 Jonathan Meeks DB Buffalo Bills
6 187 Andre Ellington RB Arizona Cardinals
2014 1 4 Sammy Watkins WR Buffalo Bills
3 100 Brandon Thomas OG San Francisco 49ers
4 102 Bashaud Breeland CB Washington Redskins
4 118 Martavis Bryant WR Pittsburgh Steelers
6 213 Tajh Boyd QB New York Jets
2015 1 8 Vic Beasley* DE Atlanta Falcons Pro Bowl (2016, 2017)[49]
1 31 Stephone Anthony LB New Orleans Saints
5 137 Grady Jarrett NT Atlanta Falcons
5 165 Bradley Pinion P San Francisco 49ers
6 188 Tony Steward LB Buffalo Bills
2016 1 19 Shaq Lawson DE Buffalo Bills
2 33 Kevin Dodd DT Tennessee Titans
2 54 Mackensie Alexander DB Minnesota Vikings
2 57 T. J. Green S Indianapolis Colts
4 109 B. J. Goodson LB New York Giants
5 166 D. J. Reader NT Houston Texans
7 241 Charone Peake WR New York Jets
7 244 Jayron Kearse S Minnesota Vikings
7 247 Zac Brooks RB Seattle Seahawks
2017 1 7 Mike Williams WR Los Angeles Chargers
1 12 Deshaun Watson QB Houston Texans
3 97 Cordrea Tankersley CB Miami Dolphins
4 140 Wayne Gallman RB New York Giants
4 142 Carlos Watkins DT Houston Texans
5 150 Jordan Leggett WR New York Jets
2018 3 100 Dorian O'Daniel LB Kansas City Chiefs
6 185 Deon Cain WR Indianapolis Colts
6 187 Ray-Ray McCloud WR Buffalo Bills

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Because of the NFL–AFL merger agreement, the history of the AFL is officially recognized by the NFL and therefore this list includes the AFL Draft (1960–1966) and the Common Draft (1967–1969).[2]
  2. ^ In American and Canadian football, a back is a player who is lined up behind the linemen, the players who line up closest to the line of scrimmage.
  3. ^ a b Lowndes Shingler was drafted in 1961 by the Oakland Raiders (68th overall) and by the Dallas Cowboys (156th overall).
  4. ^ a b Jimmy King was drafted in 1961 by the Houston Oilers (112th overall) and by the St. Louis Cardinals (134th overall).
  5. ^ a b Ron Osborne was drafted in 1961 by the Baltimore Colts (63rd overall) and in 1962 by the Houston Oilers (231st overall).
  6. ^ a b Gary Barnes was drafted in 1962 by the New York Titans (69th overall) and by the Green Bay Packers (41st overall).
  7. ^ a b Don Chuy was drafted in 1963 by the Houston Oilers (38th overall) and by the Los Angeles Rams (67th overall).
  8. ^ a b Pat Crain was drafted in 1964 by the Houston Oilers (118th overall) and by the Chicago Bears (23rd overall).

References[edit]

General
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  10. ^ "Harold Olson". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2014-03-08.
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  13. ^ "Charlie Waters". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
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  23. ^ a b "1984 San Francisco 49ers". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  24. ^ "Johnny Rembert". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  25. ^ "1986 New York Giants". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  26. ^ "1988 San Francisco 49ers". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  27. ^ "1989 San Francisco 49ers". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  28. ^ "Michael Dean Perry". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  29. ^ "Donnell Woolford". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  30. ^ "Terry Allen". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  31. ^ "Chris Gardocki". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
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  33. ^ "Chester McGlockton". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  34. ^ "Levon Kirkland". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  35. ^ "Ed McDaniel". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  36. ^ "1996 Green Bay Packers". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  37. ^ "2000 Baltimore Ravens". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  38. ^ "Brian Dawkins". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  39. ^ "Trevor Pryce". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  40. ^ "1997 Denver Broncos". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  41. ^ "1998 Denver Broncos". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  42. ^ "1999 St. Louis Rams". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  43. ^ "2008 Pittsburgh Steelers". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  44. ^ "Justin Miller". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
  45. ^ "2009 New Orleans Saints". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-12-09.
  46. ^ "C.J. Spiller". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2014-03-08.
  47. ^ "2013 Seattle Seahawks". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2014-03-08.
  48. ^ "DeAndre Hopkins". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2017-05-02.
  49. ^ "Vic Beasley". Sports Reference LLC. Pro-Football-Reference.com. Retrieved 2017-05-02.