10 best NFL careers in Tennessee football history

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DE. . . Reggie White. 54. Reggie White (All-Time List). . player. Reggie White. 1985-2000

Reggie White is one of the most decorated defensive ends in NFL history. The "Minister of Defense" spent 15 years in the NFL, earning 13 Pro Bowl selections and eight All-Pro honors and winning one Super Bowl throughout his career. He also earned selections on the Hall of Fame All-1980s Team and All-1990s Team. 

He finished his Hall of Fame career with 1,111 tackles, 198 sacks, 33 forced fumbles, and three interceptions. He retired as the all-time NFL leader in sacks, and his 21 sacks in 1987 still ranks fourth-most all-time for sacks in a single season. 

A GOAT of the defensive line, White is still remembered as the greatest pass rusher of all time and will be remembered as one of the most terrifying players opposite of every quarterback he faced.