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During the NFL selection, all teams in the league sort through to select the best candidates to sign. Since the teams with the worst results from last season are selected first, they have the advantage of selecting the most promising players who are likely to be drafted. In this case, the players who are drafted too late are considered to be the ones with the least chance.

Fortunately, some players who were picked late have become famous and thus created legendary status. In this article, we list the 20 greatest draft flights in NFL history.

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20 Andre Reed

NFL draft: 1985, 4th round, 86th overall win by Buffalo Bills

Andre Reed was on 86th Overall pick of 1985 NFL bill by the Buffalo Bills. During his career, Reed led the NFL, winning seven Pro Bowls tenders in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The wide receiver included 87 touchdowns, 951 receptions and about 13 yards.

19 Kevin Greene

NFL draft: 1985, 5th round, 113th overall selection of the Los Angeles Rams

The aggressive passport passer was the 113th 1985 NFL Draft Overall Pick: He made five Pro Bowl appearances between 1985 and 2000, making 160 sacks, 773 tackles, and 23 forced fiddling for the Los Angeles Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers. Greene is also inducted into the Hall of Fame.

18 Jared Allen

NFL draft: 2004, 4th round, 126th overall pick of Kansas City Chefs

Jared Allen was born on Dec.th the largest bag holder with 136 bags in his 12 years of service. The five-time professional bowler made his debut in 2004 after being selected in the fourth round by the Kansas City Chiefs.

17 James Harrison

NFL draft: 2002 Not written

James Harrison was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2002. Many teams found him too short at six inches to effectively play the role of defender of the line. Harrison has proven that there is a good chance he will be selected for the Pro Bowl five times in his career. In 2008, he was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year and helped the Steelers win the Super Bowl twice (XL and XLIII).

16 Tony Romo

NFL project: 2003 Not written

Tony Romo is just another player to have gained prestige in the NFL. He was signed by the Dallas Cowboys in 2003. He was scouted by Cowboys scouts in eastern Illinois and got a regular inauguration in 2006. Before retiring in 2016, he had competed in 13 Pro Bowls during his 4-year career.

15 Richard Sherman

NFL draft: 2011, 5th round, 154th overall selection of the Seattle Seahawks

Sherman is considered one of the greatest pillars of all time. Still, he was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks as the 154th election in the 5th round. Sherman described his experience when he was furious when he saw the 2011 NFL Draft at home. He was amazed to see that players he considered to be inferior were selected before him. Sherman is a four-time professional player and was a key player for the Seattle Seahawks team that won the Super Bowl in 2013.

14 Antonio Gates

NFL draft: 2003 Not written

The Los Angeles Chargers man played basketball in the state of Kent but was signed to the Chargers as a free agent in 2003. He was a complete gamer who had a very selfless nature of the game. He will be remembered as one of the greatest legends of the Los Angeles Chargers.

13 Rob Gronkowski

NFL draft: 2010, 2nd round, 42nd overall pick of the New England Patriots

He was selected by the New England Patriots relatively early on, and the nature of his situation makes him a worthy character. Rob Gronkowski sustained a back injury prior to being selected for the 2010 NFL Draft, but the trust placed in him has paid off for the Patriots as he is considered the best player in the draft. Over the course of his career, Gronkowski has won the Super Bowl three times and competed in five Pro Bowls.

12 Russell Wilson

NFL draft: 2012, 3rd round, 75th overall selection of the Seattle Seahawks

The 75th The 2012 NFL Draft Overall Pick is one of the most respected quarterbacks and also one of the best steals in the NFL Draft. In his freshman year, Russell Wilson helped the Seattle Seahawks win the Super Bowl and has since received 6 Pro Bowl nominations.

11 Terrell Davis

NFL draft: 1995, 6th round, 196th overall win for the Denver Broncos

Terrell Davis was selected for the 1995 NFL Draft in the 6thth round like the 196th Total selection. The low-level player is one of the greatest draft thieves in NFL history. As a running back, Davis has achieved a lot in his seven years in professional football. He was named the NFL MVP in 1998 and was called to the Pro Bowl three times, while winning the Super Bowl twice with the Denver Broncos. Davis' career was ruined by an injury and he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017.

10 Antonio Brown

NFL draft: 2010, 6th round, 195th overall Pittsburgh Steelers selection

Brown was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2010 NFL draft as 22nd of 27 drafted receivers. He retired in 2019 after winning up to seven Pro Bowl tenders and was recognized as one of the top recipients in the NFL and one of the top recipients on the expanded team.

9. Norm Van Brocklin

NFL draft: 1949, 4th round, 37th overall selection of the Los Angeles Rams

In the 1949 NFL draft, the Dutchman was selected in the 4th round. He was a quarterback and played for the Los Angeles Rams and the Philadelphia Eagles. He has played in the Pro Bowl 9 times and was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1960. Considered one of the NFL's greatest drafts, Van Brocklin was ranked one of the 100 greatest players in NFL history in 2010.

8. Roger Staubach

NFL draft: 1964, 10th round, 129th overall selection of the Dallas Cowboys

After attending the US Naval Academy, Staubach joined the Dallas Cowboys who picked him when he entered the NFL selection in 1964 and was 10th round summit. Staubach, two-time Super Bowl champion and six-time pro bowler, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1985 and is part of the team unveiled 100 for the NFL's 2019 anniversary. Staubach, who has had a brilliant career, has been among the greatest drafting flights in NFL history. Known by his nicknames "Captain Comeback" and "Rodger the Dodger", he is also considered the richest player of all time in the NFL.

7. Shannon Sharpe

NFL draft: 1990, 7th round, 192. Denver Broncos overall selection

Sharpe is a member of the Hall of Fame that was part of the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens Premier League in the 1990s. The legendary close team was a team of 7.th Round selection as part of the 1990 NFL Draft. Sharpe, who won 2 Super Bowl championships with the Denver Broncos and 1 with the Baltimore Ravens, played 8 Pro Bowls.

6. Randy Moss

NFL draft: 1998, 1st round, 21st overall Minnesota Vikings selection

After showing the caliber of the player he would be during his college days, it was surprising that the promising Moss was not selected among the top 1998 in the NFL Draft 10. Several teams abandoned him, including the Dallas Cowboys, whom he was a fan of and was dying to play. He was eventually selected as the player for the 21stst But he quickly showed his worth by becoming a Minnesota Vikings star and having an illustrious career that saw him inducted into the Hall of Fame.

5. Deacon Jones

NFL draft: 1961, 14th round, 186th overall selection of the Los Angeles Rams

Deacon Jones is a Los Angeles Rams Legend and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame. He will be particularly remembered as the player who promoted the use of the term "bags". Jones was among the late selections in the 14thth from 1961 NFL Selection. Jones, who played in 8 Pro Bowls and was twice NFL Defensive Player of the Year, was named a member of the 2019 NFL 100th Anniversary Standing Team.

4. Johnny Unitas

NFL draft: 1955, 9th round, 102nd overall Pittsburgh Steelers pick

Jonny Unitas was recruited in the 9thth He made the first round of the NFL Draft in 1955, but he also competed in 10 Pro Bowls during his career. The Baltimore Colts were fortunate to have him on the team around this time as the then Steelers head coach believed he was not a smart QB. Unitas won the NFL MVP three times in 1959, 1964 and 1967. He has been referred to as the "golden arm" and is considered one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history.

3. Bart Starr

NFL draft: 1956, 17th round, 200th overall Green Bay Packers selection

At the University of Alabama, Bryan Bart Starr played college football before being eligible, but held out until the 17th round of the NFL Draft in 1956. He became the 200th global project of the Green Bay Packers. Bart Starr was a key figure on the victorious Parkers team in the late 50s to 60s, winning the Super Bowl championship and the Super Bowl MVP twice. He also played in 4 Pro Bowls. After Starr retired as a player in 1971, we continued to train the team in 1972 and from 1975 to 1983.

2. Joe Montana

NFL draft: 1979, 3rd round, 82nd overall pick of the San Francisco 49ers

Without a doubt, Joe Montana was one of the greatest and greatest draft steals in NFL history. He was a crucial quarterback leading the San Francisco 49ers to 4 Super Bowls. He is known as the "Comeback Kid" and was famous for his extremely impressive pass records of 3 passes for 409 yards during his career. He became the 40thst NFL player wins Super Bowl MVP three times. With stats so flashy, it's amazing that Joe was among the last picks in the 1979 NFL Draft when the 82ndnd Total selection.

1. Tom Brady

NFL draft: 2000, Round 6, 199th Overall Pick of the New England Patriots

Tom Brady is considered the greatest quarterback of all time, as well as the greatest and greatest draft steal of all time. Brady began his 16-year NFL career in 2000 where he was one of the last 6 picksth round. The year 2000 199th The New England Patriots' overall design was featured in 14 Pro Bowls and won 6 Super Bowl and 4 Super Bowl MVP titles, the only player to accomplish this feat. Tom Brady is expected to be inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in the coming years after his retirement.


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