- 93 WR Andre Reed
Reed played for 16 seasons in the NFL, all but one with the Buffalo Bills. The seven-time Pro Bowler helped the Bills reach the Super Bowl four consecutive times. In a 1993 playoff game against Houston, Reed caught three touchdowns to help Buffalo complete the largest comeback in NFL history. He entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014.
- 94 HB Curtis Martin
Drafted by the Patriots, after three years Martin joined the Jets. The five-time Pro Bowler retired with 14,101 yards, the fourth largest rushing total in NFL history. In 2004, Martin won the NFL rushing title by one yard and at age 31, became the oldest player to win that title. He entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2012.