All-Time Greatest NFL Players By Jersey Numbers: 81-90

Seth RabinContributor IIISeptember 4, 2010

All-Time Greatest NFL Players By Jersey Numbers: 81-90

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    Sorry for the delay. We've covered legends and future members of the Hall of Fame.  We still have a few more players to cover.  Here are some honorable mentions for 81-90:

    81: Jackie Smith, Night Train Lane

    82: Ozzie Newsome, Don Beebe

    83: Wes Welker, Vince Papale

    84: Randy Moss

    85: Chad Ochocinco

    86: Buck Buchanan

    87: Dwight Clark, Muhsin Muhammad

    88: Alan Page, John Mackey, Michael Irvin

    89: Steve Smith, Mark Bavaro, Mike Ditka, Dave Robinson

    90: Neil Smith

    Here we go.

81: Terrell Owens

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    Five All-Pros, Six Pro Bowls, 3rd All-Time in receiving touchdowns and 3rd in receiving yards.

82: Raymond Berry

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    Johnny U's ultimate target went to 6 Pro Bowls, 6-time All-Pro selection, and first ballot Hall of Famer.

83: Ted Hendricks

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    The Mad Stork went to 6 Pro Bowls, is a member of the 1970s All-Decade team and the 75th Anniversary All-Time team, and won 4 Super Bowls with the Colts and Raiders.

84: Shannon Sharpe

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    If Randy Moss was still wearing 84, he'd be on this slide.  But this loudmouth retired with more touchdowns, receptions, and receiving yards than any tight end in NFL history.

85: Jack Youngblood

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    He went to 7 straight Pro Bowls, was First-Team All-Pro 5 times, and played throughout the 1979 postseason with a broken leg.

86: Hines Ward

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    He helped the Steelers win 2 Super Bowls and has more receiving yards, touchdowns, and receptions than Hall of Famers Lynn Swann and John Stallworth.

87: Dave Casper

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    The Ghost went to 5 straight Pro Bowls, was responsible for "Ghost to the Post" and "The Holy Roller", and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2002.

88: Tony Gonzalez

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    This man has broken Shannon Sharpe's records for a tight end and is just one catch away from being the first tight end in league history to have 1,000 receptions.

89: Gino Marchetti

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    Eleven straight Pro Bowls, 9-time First-Team All-Pro selection, was a first ballot Hall of Famer in 1972.

90: Julius Peppers

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    Since 2002, this former Tar Heel has recorded 81 sacks, been to 5 Pro Bowls, and is a member of the 2000s All-Decade team.