There are a handful of former Vols who made their name in other professional football leagues.
The Artful Dodger, quarterback Condredge Holloway, was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1999 after a 13-year career in the CFL. Holloway was a two-time Grey Cup Champion and won the league's Most Outstanding Player award once. He threw for over 25,000 yards in his pro career.
Andy Kelly, Tennessee quarterback from 1988-91, holds several career passing records after a 15-year Arena Football League career.
One of Peyton Manning's top-targets at Tennessee, wide receiver Marcus Nash, enjoyed success in the AFL as well. Nash had five 1,000-yard seasons and was the league's Offensive Player of the Year in 2004.
Sources for stats: www.pro-football-reference.com, www.profootballhof.com, utsports.com, cfl.ca