Chip MyersAge: 53 assistant coach of the Minnesota Vikings who was named offensive coordinator to replace Brian Billick who left to coach the Baltimore Ravens one month before his death;? Quarterback Johnny Unitas was one of the greatest professional football players in history, his storybook career coinciding with the rise of football as television entertainment. Despite an? football playerBorn: February 14, 1973Died: July 4, 2009 (Tennessee, USA) Best Known as: football player Steve McNair played quarterback for the Tennessee? Tony BakerAge: 53 running back who played eight seasons in the NFL; garnered a Pro Bowl nod in 1969 when he averaged a league-high 4.8 yards per carry with the New Orleans Saints; also played? Leo NomelliniAge: 76 two-way lineman who played 14 pro seasons with the San Francisco 49ers and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame; played in 10 Pro Bowl games; two-time All-? Leon GrayAge: 49 former New England Patriots offensive tackle, who teamed with Hall of Famer John Hannah in a formidable blocking duo in the 1970s; waiver-wire selection in 1973; played six? Buck BuchananBorn: Sept. 10, 1940Football played both ways in college at Grambling; first player chosen in the first AFL draft by the Dallas Texans who later became the KC Chiefs; missed one? Jim KellyBorn: Feb. 14, 1960Football QB led Buffalo to four straight Super Bowls, and is only QB to lose four times; named to AFC Pro Bowl team 5 times; inducted into Pro Football Hall of? Brett FavreBorn: Oct. 10, 1969Football QB Strongarmed Southern Miss. QB drafted in 1991 in the 2nd round (33rd overall) by Atlanta; traded to Green Bay in 1992; NFL?s only 3-time league MVP (? Mike DitkaBorn: Oct. 18, 1939Football All-America at Pitt (1960); NFL Rookie of Year (1961); 5-time Pro Bowl tight end for Chicago Bears; returned to Chicago as head coach in 1982 and won?