Joe Greene went from being unknown to being the most dominating lineman of his time. An integral part of the Steelers defense, Greene was named Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1969. Read more about the intelligent and friendly Joe Greene.
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Larry Wilson was the All-Pro Safety for the St. Louis Cardinals. He was an outstanding coverage player, led the league with 10 interceptions in 1966 and retired with a team record of 52 interceptions.
Ken Houston set an NFL record by returning nine interceptions for touchdowns with the Oilers. He earned All-NFC or All-Pro honors seven times and played in 10 Pro Bowls. Discover more about Football Hall of Famer Ken Houston.