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Notable Michigan Wolverines in the NFL

Name these Michigan Wolverines players who played in the NFL.
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Last updated: January 10, 2022
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First submittedDecember 3, 2020
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NFL Career
Player
The greatest quarterback in NFL history
2000–
Tom Brady
Heisman winner who was one of the best kick returners in NFL history
1992–2002
Desmond Howard
Heisman winner, NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Super Bowl champ
1998–2015
Charles Woodson
Sort of a poor man's version of the above, this unlucky safety was
drafted by the Cleveland Browns
2017–
Jabrill Peppers
Known as "Thor" due to his long locks of blonde hair
2019–
Chase Winovich
The leading receiver in Michigan history, he once bet fellow alum Michael Phelps
that he would score 17 TDs in 2008, but he only scored 3
2005–2012
Braylon Edwards
The tight end whose last name is a body part that makes people giggle
2017–2020
Jake Butt
After a long and heralded NFL career with the Cardinals, this offensive lineman
became a Monday Night Football color man
1971–1983
Dan Dierdorf
The quarterback whose last name seems to be missing a vowel
1993–2001
Elvis Grbac
Left tackle who was drafted #1 in the 2008 draft
2008–2016
Jake Long
Vikings receiver and return man known as A.C.
1985–1995
Anthony Carter
Unfortunate offensive lineman who played his whole career with the Lions
2001–2012
Jeff Backus
Son of a legend, this QB was originally a walk-on at Michigan
1998–2008
Brian Griese
The Jaguars asked this Michigan QB to tie his shoes and play running back
2013–2016
Denard Robinson
Defensive tackle whose last name is a city in Scotland
2017–2019
Ryan Glasgow
His real first name is Vidauntae, but his grandmother liked Taco Bell,
so here we are...
2017–
Taco Charlton
Quarterback who, as a head coach, lost the Super Bowl to this brother
1987–2001
Jim Harbaugh
Seahawks lineman whose son now plays for Michigan
2001–2012
Steve Hutchinson
Considered the #1 high school recruit in the country, he had a mediocre
college career before joining the Packers
2019–
Rashan Gary
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Level ∞
Dec 3, 2020
As a Michigan fan, it stings that we've had these supposedly great talents the last few years such as Peppers and Gary, but in big games they were just sorta meh. Meanwhile, Ohio State churns out monsters like Chase Young and Dwayne Haskins. It sticks in the craw. Oh well, at least we have academics...