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Top Five Most Popular NFL Legends of All Time

Since the initial formation of the NFL way back in 1920, American football is now one of the most beloved sports of all time in the US.

Whether you’re a top fan and love to feel a connection to the sport you love, or else you’re simply interested in learning as much as you can about the NFL, then getting to know iconic players is a great place to start. With this in mind, here are the top five most popular NFL legends of all time.

 

1.   Jerry Rice

Active in the league from 1985 to 2004, Jerry Rice is considered by many to be the world’s greatest wide receiver in the whole history of the National Football League.

Jerry Rice found his way into the mighty NFL in his junior year when playing truant from high school. The school administrator found him, but Rice managed to bob and weave away from him and ran back to school, with the administrator sending him straight to the football coach once he caught him.

 

2.   Jim Brown

Throughout the late 1950s to the mid-1960s, Jim Brown played 118 games in the NFL, and was Cleveland’s number one choice in 1957. Jim Brown didn’t play in the NFL for as long as some of the other NFL legends, though he certainly made his mark when he set his unbeatable record in only nine games from the start of his career.

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3.   Tom Brady

Even though it seems as if he was playing for much longer, the seven-time Super Bowl champion, three-time first team All-Pro, and five-time Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (MVP) Tom Brady was only active in the NFL for two years, between 2000 and 2002.

The only NFL quarterback who has ever had a whopping 600 passing touchdowns in the regular NFL seasons, Tom Brady is one of the highest ever paid players, amassing an impressive $300 million dollars by the end of his career.

 

4.   Lawrence Taylor

Playing exclusively for the New York Giants from 1981 to late 1993, Lawrence Taylor officially entered the NFL Hall of Fame in early 1999. Lawrence Taylor won the highly coveted NFL Most Valuable Player medal as linebacker and was selected to play in the Super Bowl ten separate times. Unlike other famous NFL alumni, Taylor only ever played for one team, the New York Giants.

 

5.   Joe Montana

The illustrious quarterback for both the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Fransisco 49ers, Joe Montana, was an active player from 1979 to 1994 and is still many fans’ most favorite NFL icon of all time. Montana, who’s usually referred to by his nickname, “Joe Cool”,  became the first player in the entire history of the NFL to win three MVP Super Bowl awards.

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