The NFL's 100th Anniversary is coming up in a few years. Even though it's six years away, it should be a fun time when it gets here. I'm hoping it's like the 1994 season where various teams wear their throwbacks a good amount of the year with a special NFL patch. Anyways, they'll surely release an All time team roster like they did for the 75th anniversary. Here is the link to that:
I'm wondering who will make the list from our current era. I don't think anyone that is drafted now will be able to build enough of a reputation to be placed on that list. If anyone from the current era makes it, they'd have to have already been established for quite some time like Tom Brady or Peyton Manning. I think only four players made it on the 75th anniversary team that were still active in the league.
Just to throw something out there, I'll guess that Brady or Peyton take one of the quarterback spots. I'd be surprised if both make it. I don't believe any of the receivers get replaced. Ray Lewis probably gets a linebacker spot, but I don't know who he would replace. Ed Reed will take a safety spot. Deion Sanders I don't think makes the list. Runningback would be interesting. Does Adrian Peterson make it if he continues his pace? Does Emmit Smith have a chance?