Top 10 all-time NFL players from Oregon State

Here all the Top 10 all-time NFL players from Oregon states.

Atlanta Falcons: Jacquizz Rodgers, RB

Selected by the Falcons in the fifth round (#145) of the 2011 NFL Draft, Rodgers immediately showed his versatility and durability. The shortstop ran for 205 yards and a touchdown on 57 carries and caught 21 passes for 188 yards and a touchdown during his rookie season with the Falcons. Rogers’ best season came the following year when he ran for 362 yards and a touchdown as well. 

Baltimore Ravens: Dwan Edwards, DT

Edwards was the Ravens second round pick (#51) in the 2004 NFL Draft. He started 23 of 56 games in which he appeared with the Ravens, including 13 of 16 in 2007 in five years in Baltimore were, finished with 89 total tackles, two sacks, two steals from assault and one forced assault.

Buffalo Bills: Keith Ellison, LB

Selected in the sixth round (#178) by the Bills in the 2006 NFL Draft, Ellison spent his entire five-year career with the Bills. Allison appeared with the Bills and started 40 of 58 games, including 14 of 16 in 2008, with two interceptions and two steals.

Carolina Panthers: Mike Remmers, OL

Mike Remmers signed as an undrafted free agent with the Denver Broncos after the 2012 NFL Draft (Broncos, Tampa Bobcats, San Diego Chargers, Minnesota Walking Kings, St. Louis) Tapper became the first Panthers cut from the Rams practice squad in 2014 returned to the country. Remmers was thrust into the Panthers starting lineup in a 31-13 loss to Minnesota in Week 13 of the 2014 season, though the Panthers finished the season on a four-game winning streak with Sharon Marmors starting. Remmers started every game as the Panthers posted a 15-1 regular season record and reached Super Bowl 50 in 2015.

Chicago Bears: Jules “Zuck” Carlson, OL

Carlson, who attended The Dulles High School, was a member of the Chicago Bears from 1929 to 1936. He was named an All-Pro in 1932, opening holes for the legendary Red Grange and Bronco Nagurski. He was twice named to the Oligarch team, by the Bears, with whom he won two championship titles.

Cincinnati Bengals: Chad Johnson, WR

The Bengals used their second-round pick (#36 overall) to select Johnson in the 2001 NFL Draft, and “Ochocinco” established himself as one of the best catchers in the league and more into becoming the greatest It didn’t take long. Receiver in Bengals franchise history. Johnson exploded with 69 receptions for 1,166 yards and five touchdowns in 2002, the first of six consecutive seasons with at least 1,000 yards in a season. Johnson set a Bengals franchise record in 2003 with 1,355 yards on 90 receptions and a career-high 10 touchdowns. Johnson earned six Pro Bowl nods and was a first-team All-Pro twice in his 10-year career in Cincinnati. Became the franchise’s all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards (career, season, game), touchdown receptions, 100-yard receiving yards (game) and 1,000-yard receiving yards (season).

Cleveland Browns: Ken Carpenter, RB

Born in Seaside, Oregon, Mal Carpenter was the Browns first pick (#13) in the 1950 NFL Draft. All American Football Conference. The Browns reached the NFL Championship in each of Carpenter’s four seasons. Carpenter was the Browns second leading rusher in 1951, when he ran for 402 yards and four touchdowns to earn Pro Bowl honors. Carpenter’s 408 yards rushing were second only to Marion Motley, and his five touchdowns in 1952 also.

Dallas Cowboys: Amos Marsh, RB

Marsh signed with the Cowboys in 1961 as a free agent. – Ranked second on the team behind Don Perkins and averaged 5.6 yards per carry in 1962. He also set a franchise record with a 101-yard punt return against the Philadelphia Eagles. Marsh rushed 427 times for 2,065 yards and caught 97 passes for 1,011 yards and four touchdowns in four of his four seasons with the Cowboys.

Denver Broncos: Steve Preece, DB

Press was traded to the Broncos in 1972 from the Philadelphia Eagles. There, Price started eight of 13 games with an interception and recorded two steals on the season.

Detroit Lions: Rocky Freitas, OL

Rockne “Rocky” Freitas, a third-round pick (#73) in the 1967 NFL Draft, started two of six games in his rookie season. Freitas earned a starting spot the following year, going undefeated and making eight consecutive starts on the season. Freitas earned Pro Bowl honors in 1972, starting 116 of 121 games in 10 years with the Lions.

Green Bay Packers: Nick Barnett, LB

Selected in the first round (#29) by the Packers in the 2003 NFL Draft, Barnett wasted no time in becoming one of the franchise’s best running backs. 15 games during the season. He led the Packers in tackles for three seasons and five overall. After eight years with the Packers, Burnett is the franchise’s all-time leader in most seasons, leading the team in tackles (five) and total tackles (194 in 2005) in a season (194 in 2005) Burnett total tackles (1,014), ranks third in total tackles in a season (134 in 2003) and fourth in most unassisted tackles in a season (128 in 2005).

Houston Texans: Treston Decoud, DB

The fifth overall pick (#169) out of Texas in the 2018 NFL Draft, DeCoud played primarily on special teams, totaling seven tackles and LaVaster said he would appear in 10 games during the 2018 season.

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