All-Time Miami Hurricane NFL Depth Chart
The Miami Hurricanes are all set to kickoff another promising season of college football tonight against Florida A&M.
The University of Miami has quite a legacy of NFL stars.
A grand total of 266 Miami Hurricane players have gone on to the NFL, including 41 active players, 51 pro-bowlers and four Hall of Famers.
Hurricane players have scored an incredible 1,390 NFL Touchdowns. Only three schools have scored more NFL touchdowns(Notre Dame, USC, and Ohio State).
So lets look back on some of the great NFL 'Canes and put together the All-Time Miami Hurricane NFL Depth Chart
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Starter: Jim Kelly
Jim Kelly is a five-time pro-bowler and Hall of Famer. In 11 NFL seasons with the Buffalo Bills, Kelly compiled an incredible 101-59 record and threw 237 touchdowns.
Backup: Vinny Testaverde
Vinny Testaverde played more than 20 seasons in the NFL, making it to two pro-bowls and throwing for more than 46,000 yards.
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Starter: Edgerrin James
Edgerrin James is a four-time pro-bowler in the NFL. He has had seven 1,000-yard seasons and has rushed for 80 touchdowns in his career.
Backup: Frank Gore
Frank Gore is still in the early stages of his NFL career but has already made the pro-bowl twice. He has rushed for at least 1,000 yards in four consecutive seasons and is looking to make it five this year.
Third String: Clinton Portis
Clinton Portis is a two-time pro-bowler with six 1,000-yard seasons and 73 touchdowns under his belt.
Starter: Chuck Foreman
Chuck Foreman had an impressive seven year career with the Minnesota Vikings. He went to the pro-bowl five times and scored 53 touchdowns.
Backup: Don Bosseler
In eight seasons with the Washington Redskins, Don Bosselor scored 22 touchdowns and made it to 1 pro-bowl.
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#1 Receiver: Michael Irvin
Michael Irvin is a Hall of Famer and 3-time NFL Champion. He had seven 1,000-yard seasons with the Dallas Cowboys and made 7 pro-bowls, including 1 pro-bowl MVP.
#2 Receiver: Andre Johnson
Andre Johnson is widely regarded as the one of the two best wide recievers in the NFL. In seven seasons, Johnson has caught for 1,000 yards four times and made the pro-bowl four times.
#3 Receiver: Reggie Wayne
Reggie Wayne is working on six straight 1,000-yard seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. He is a four-time pro-bowler.
#4 Receiver: Santana Moss
Santana Moss has had three 1,000-yard seasons in his career and 1 pro-bowl.
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Starter: Jeremy Shockey
Jeremy Shockey is a four-time pro-bowler with over 5,000 receiving yards and 30 touchdowns.
Backup: Bubba Franks
Bubba Franks is a two-time pro-bowler with over 2,000 receiving yards and 32 touchdowns.
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Center: Jim Otto
Jim Otto has made more NFL pro-bowls than any other Hurricane player, garnering 12 selections with the Oakland Raiders.
Guard: Dennis Harrah
Dennis Harrah earned six trips to the Pro-Bowl in his year with the St. Louis Rams.
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#1 Warren Sapp
Warren Sapp went to seven pro-bowls, compiling 438 tackles and 96.5 sacks.
#2 Cortez Kennedy
Cortez Kennedy went to eight pro-bowls with Seattle, compiling 568 career tackles and 58 career sacks.
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#1 Ray Lewis
Ray Lewis went to 11 pro-bowls with the Baltimore Ravens. He finished his career with 1,350 tackles, 36.5 sacks, and 28 interceptions.
#2 Ted Hendricks
Ted Hendricks with to eight pro-bowls. He finished his career with 26 interceptions and 16 fumble recoveries.
Strong Safety: Ed Reed
Ed Reed is a six-time pro-bowler with 46 interceptions and eight defensive touchdowns.
Free Safety: Sean Taylor
In four short seasons, Sean Taylor compiled 12 interceptions, 244 tackles, and two trips to the pro-bowl.
Cornerback: Antrel Rolle
Antrel Rolle has 12 career interceptions, 294 tackles, and one pro-bowl selection.
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Devin Hester is a two-time pro-bowler with seven punt returns for a touchdown and four kickoff returns for a touchdown.