There are a handful of current NFL players who have only played with one team during their careers that should be considered some of the greatest players to ever play the game.
However, since they haven't retired yet, there is still the possibility that these players could eventually change teams. For that reason, it didn't feel right to rank them alone, but they definitely deserve some recognition.
Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots (2000-present)
One of the greatest winners that the sport has ever seen. If Brady retired right now, you'd have to consider him one of the best players in NFL history.
The fact that Brady still has plenty of life left in him gives him the possibility of finishing his career as the most decorated quarterback to ever play the game.
Ed Reed, S, Baltimore Ravens (2002-present)
Reed is a unique playmaker who has really revolutionized the safety position since entering the league. There isn't a single aspect to his game that is lacking.
He's considered one of the greatest safeties who has ever stepped onto the field.
Ray Lewis, LB, Baltimore Ravens (1996-present)
Few players, regardless of position, have ever been as decorated as Lewis has been over the course of his career. Thirteen Pro Bowls, 10 All-Pro teams and two Defensive Player of the Year Awards is just the beginning of Lewis' incredible career.
Lewis also happens to be one of the greatest leaders that this game has ever seen.
Troy Polamalu, S, Pittsburgh Steelers (2003-present)
If you were to look at every strong safety to play in the NFL, it would be hard to find a more complete and dominant player than Polamalu.
He forces every team he plays against to game plan around him and has the ability to make an impact in every facet of the game.