GREEN BAY PACKERS/PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
The gravel-voiced phenom was a true story in duality - an absolutely furious terror on the field, but one of the kindest, most philanthropic gentlemen in the history of the NFL. "The Minister of Defense" built his legacy thriving in Buddy Ryan's Philadelphia Eagles defense, butting heads with Bill Parcells" Giants and Joe Gibbs" Redskins in the fierce NFC East of the late 1980s. White became the league's first marquee free agent, and his tour of suitors brought him to Green Bay, where he set the Packers career sack mark and won a Super Bowl in 1998. White was taken from us far too soon (passing away at age 43), but his memory and legacy live on - especially in his adopted hometowns of Philadelphia and Green Bay.