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In his first game, he knocked out future Hall of Fame tight end John Mackey and quickly became known for his hard hitting skills.

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He is the owner of the team record for most fumbles recovered in a career with 18 and has the most blocked kicks in team history with 10.

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The Jets have sent five players to the Pro Football Hall of Fame throughout their 61 years as an organization, but some of the most dominant players in New York’s. 414 OBP, and. Our position-by-position look at the best eligible players not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame now shifts from offense to defense as we look at the best defensive linemen who have not yet earned.

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He played college football at Virginia Tech, where he was a twice All-American, and was selected first overall by the Bills in the 1985 NFL Draft. . Dec 9, 2019 · As you know, the NFL is announcing its top 100 players in league history as part of the league’s 100-year anniversary. . . .

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Oct 25, 2010 · In 1969, Gino Marchetti was selected by the Pro Football Hall of Fame as the greatest defensive end in pro football history. The Jets have sent five players to the Pro Football Hall of Fame throughout their 61 years as an organization, but some of the most dominant players in New York’s.

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Our position-by-position look at the best eligible players not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame continues with a rundown of the best tight ends that have not.