Dick Lane never let feeling unwanted be a problem. After being abandoned as an infant, Lane went on to serve in the Army for four years before trying his hand at football.
His first year on the job, after a successful tryout with the Rams, Lane set an NFL record that still stands. He picked off 14 passes in just 12 games, which would still be an incredible amount with today's 16-game schedule.
After spending time with the Chicago Cardinals and Detroit Lions, Lane ended his career with 68 interceptions, although he might be just as well-known for the hard hits that earned him the "Night Train" moniker.
Lane was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1974.