10. Charles Woodson
A member of the Green Bay Packers for seven seasons, defensive back Charles Woodson starts our list off at number 10.
A first round draft pick out of the University of Michigan in 1998, Woodson spent the first eight seasons of his career as a member of the Oakland Raiders before coming to Green Bay in 2006.
Still in the league today, Woodson will go on to become a first ballot hall of fame player, which is due largely to his play with the Green Bay Packers organization, including the 2010 Super Bowl Championship in which he played a major role.
Along with the Super Bowl Championship, Woodson earned some major career accolades in Green Bay, including being named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2009. He was also an All-Pro selection twice as a member of the Packers, while also appearing in four Pro Bowls.
His career numbers in Green Bay include 38 interceptions, in which nine were returned for touchdowns. Woodson also contributed 379 tackles with 83 assists, and will forever be remembered as one of the greatest defensive backs in Green Bay Packers’ history.