The man they call "Moose." His first name, by the way, is pronounced Moo-sin. In the second round with the 43rd overall pick in the 1996 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers chose the Michigan State alum, and despite a three year stint in Chicago, Muhammad has been a Panther ever since.
Muhammad holds the record for longest reception in Superbowl history when he caught the 85 yard pass from Jake Delhomme in Superbowl XXXVIII.
In 202 career games, Muhammad has posted 860 receptions, 62 of which have been touchdowns. It isn't solely his on-field performance that landed him on this list.
It's his off the field actions as well. A true "character" player if there ever was one, Muhammad is a well known philanthropist and was the 1999 Carolina Panthers' Man of the Year.
His own M2 Foundation, his work with the "Back to Nature" program as well as the Muscular Dystrophy Association in Charlotte.
He is a spokesman for the "Men for Change Organization," which helps generate money for impoverished women's shelters.
In 2007 Muhammad was given a special reward by his former high school for donating $50,000 worth of equipment to the schools fitness center, which was then named in his honor.
He adopted two children from Ethiopia, Maddon and Journey, in 2007. If ever there has been a role model on and off the field it is Muhsin Muhammad.