7. Jack Youngblood, Los Angeles Rams
With a name like Jack Youngblood, the Los Angeles Rams defensive end was destined to be one of the most badass players in football history—and he backed it up with his passionate play on the field. The seven-time Pro Bowl player gritted his teeth through some ugly injuries. He played the entire 1979 playoffs and the 1980 Super Bowl with a fractured left fibula, and even registered a sack in the championship game. Youngblood was as much of a grinder on the gridiron as there was—he missed just one game in his career and played in 201 consecutive games.
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