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Dwight Freeney, Colts Defensive End (2002-12)

Age: 35

NFL Draft: 2002, Round 1: Pick 11 by the Indianapolis Colts

Career Accomplishments: 7x Pro Bowler, 3x First-Team All-Pro, Super Bowl XLI Champion, AFC Defensive Player of the Year (2005), NFL 2000’s All-Decade Team, 20th on NFL All-Time Sacks List (111.5)

Colts Highlights: 2nd All-Time in Colts Career Sacks (107.5), 2nd All-Time in Forced Fumbles (43)

Summary: Arguably the most dominant defensive player of the team’s modern history, Dwight Freeney was simply a disruptive force for the Colts as a pass rusher. With his speed and patented spin move, Freeney terrorized opposing quarterbacks to the tune of 107.5 sacks in 163 career games. He was one of the few defensive players that offensive coordinators actually had to gameplan for and saw constant double teams as a member of the Colts.