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.
Five All-Pros, Six Pro Bowls, 3rd All-Time in receiving touchdowns and 3rd in receiving yards.
Johnny U's ultimate target went to 6 Pro Bowls, 6-time All-Pro selection, and first ballot Hall of Famer.
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.
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.
He went to 7 straight Pro Bowls, was First-Team All-Pro 5 times, and played throughout the 1979 postseason with a broken leg.
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.
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.
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.
Eleven straight Pro Bowls, 9-time First-Team All-Pro selection, was a first ballot Hall of Famer in 1972.
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.