Ring of Honor
- Adam Vinatieri – K (1995)
- Jonathan Kirksey – DT (1995, 1998–2001)
- Frank Temming – RB (1995–2000)
- Silvio Diliberto – K (1997–2004)
- Kurt Warner – QB (1998)
- Derrick Levake – OL (1999–2000)
- Rafael Cooper – RB (2002)
- Matthew Hatchette – WR (2003)
- Willie Pile – SS (2004)
- Ruvell Martin – WR (2005)
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