The all-time leader in receiving yards and touchdowns, Rice is widely considered the greatest wide receiver in NFL history.
Considered by many to be the greatest running back in NFL history, Brown led the league in rushing in eight of his nine seasons.
One of the most dominant defensive players in NFL history, Taylor revolutionized the linebacker position.
Widely considered the greatest quarterback of all time, Brady has won seven Super Bowl championships and holds numerous NFL records.
Another quarterback often in the conversation for the greatest of all time, Montana led the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowl championships in the 1980s.
Known as "Sweetness," Payton is one of the most beloved players in NFL history and was a dominant force as a running back for the Chicago Bears.
White was one of the most outstanding defensive linemen, a dominant pass rusher who helped lead the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl championship.
A pioneer of the modern passing game, Unitas led the Baltimore Colts to three NFL championships and set numerous passing records.
Loved by many to be the greatest linebacker in NFL history, Butkus was a ferocious defender who terrorized opposing offenses.
Sanders was a dominant cornerback and kick returner who also played wide receiver and occasionally even took snaps at quarterback.