5. Reggie White, Green Bay Packers
White started his career in Philadelphia and earned the reputation as a sack master, a defensive end who could chase down any quarterback with his 6’5”, 300-pound frame. Known as “The Minister of Defense” after becoming an ordained Baptist minister early in his career, White averaged nearly two sacks per game during the 1987 season and won two defensive player of the year awards during his career. White helped the Packers win Super Bowl XXXI over the Patriots by recording three sacks, including one that sealed the game for Green Bay and this impressive takedown of Drew Bledsoe after throwing aside an offensive lineman like he was made of paper.
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