9. Clyde Simmons
Over the course of his career, Clyde Simmons racked up close to 1,000 tackles (966 to be exact). 121.5 sacks, three interceptions, 25 forced fumbles, 14 fumble recoveries five passes defensed, and four defensive touchdowns.
That led to him being selected to the Pro Bowl twice, to him being named as a First-Team All-Pro twice, and him being named as a Second-team All-Pro twice, and his addition to the Philadelphia Eagles 75th Anniversary Team and the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame.
Wait, why isn’t he in the Pro Football Hall of Fame again?
10. Timmy Brown
He’s got 57 total touchdowns, 12,681 all-purpose yards, two NFL championships (1960, 1968), three Pro Bowl nods (1962, 1963, 1965), and three Second-team All-Pro nods (1963, 1965, 1966) on his resume. He’s also a member of the Philadelphia Eagles 75th Anniversary Team and the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame.
If you don’t know him, you should look him up.
11. Bill Bradley
How’s this for being seen as an all-around athlete? Bill Bradley played safety, a punter, and a kick returner. He notched 34 interceptions on his career. He’s a three-time Pro Bowler (1971–1973), a two-time First-team All-Pro (1971, 1972), and a member of the Eagles Hall of Fame.
He also won two Grey Cups in Canada for anyone who’s interested.