Willie Roaf at Little Rock Touchdown Club Part 4

I enjoyed hearing Willie speak at the Little Rock Touchdown Club on Monday Oct 1, 2012. He talked about Mike Rucker, Reggie White, Tim Harris, Chuck Smith, Sean Jones and many other great defensive players that he had to block during his NFL career and sure enough when I checked the list of great defensive players below many of them are listed.

Reggie White is probably the most famous person he had to block. I have included a biography on Reggie.

Rank Player (age), + – HOFer, Bold – Active Sk Year Teams
1. Michael Strahan (30) 22.5 2001 NYG
2. Jared Allen (29) 22.0 2011 MIN
  Mark Gastineau (28) 22.0 1984 NYJ
4. Chris Doleman+ (28) 21.0 1989 MIN
  Reggie White+ (26) 21.0 1987 PHI
6. Lawrence Taylor+ (27) 20.5 1986 NYG
7. DeMarcus Ware (26) 20.0 2008 DAL
  Derrick Thomas+ (23) 20.0 1990 KAN
9. Tim Harris (25) 19.5 1989 GNB
  DeMarcus Ware (29) 19.5 2011 DAL
11. Clyde Simmons (28) 19.0 1992 PHI
  Bruce Smith+ (27) 19.0 1990 BUF
  Mark Gastineau (27) 19.0 1983 NYJ
14. Jason Taylor (28) 18.5 2002 MIA
  Andre Tippett+ (25) 18.5 1984 NWE
  Dexter Manley (27) 18.5 1986 WAS
  Michael Strahan (32) 18.5 2003 NYG
18. Keith Millard (27) 18.0 1989 MIN
  Reggie White+ (27) 18.0 1988 PHI
  Jason Babin (31) 18.0 2011 PHI
  Reggie White+ (25) 18.0 1986 PHI
22. Fred Dean+ (31) 17.5 1983 SFO
  Richard Dent+ (24) 17.5 1984 CHI
  Bryce Paup (27) 17.5 1995 BUF
  Joey Porter (31) 17.5 2008 MIA
26. Shawne Merriman (22) 17.0 2006 SDG
  La’Roi Glover (26) 17.0 2000 NOR
  Kevin Carter (26) 17.0 1999 STL
  Richard Dent+ (25) 17.0 1985 CHI
  Elvis Dumervil (25) 17.0 2009 DEN
  Leslie O’Neal (28) 17.0 1992 SDG
  Tim Harris (28) 17.0 1992 SFO
  Pat Swilling (27) 17.0 1991 NOR
34. Pat Swilling (25) 16.5 1989 NOR
  Kevin Greene (27) 16.5 1989 RAM
  Trace Armstrong (35) 16.5 2000 MIA
  Warren Sapp (28) 16.5 2000 TAM
  Simeon Rice (25) 16.5 1999 ARI
  Michael Sinclair (30) 16.5 1998 SEA
  Andre Tippett+ (26) 16.5 1985 NWE
  Kevin Greene (26) 16.5 1988 RAM
  Jason Pierre-Paul (22) 16.5 2011 NYG
  John Abraham (30) 16.5 2008 ATL
44. Doug Betters (27) 16.0 1983 MIA
  Curtis Greer (26) 16.0 1983 STL
  Jacob Green (26) 16.0 1983 SEA
  Derrick Burgess (27) 16.0 2005 OAK
  Reggie White+ (37) 16.0 1998 GNB
  Charles Haley (26) 16.0 1990 SFO
  Greg Brown (27) 16.0 1984 PHI
  Dwight Freeney (24) 16.0 2004 IND
  James Harrison (30) 16.0 2008 PIT
  Simon Fletcher (30) 16.0 1992 DEN
54. Clyde Simmons (25) 15.5 1989 PHI
  Aaron Kampman (27) 15.5 2006 GNB
  Simeon Rice (28) 15.5 2002 TAM
  Jared Allen (25) 15.5 2007 KAN
  Leonard Marshall (24) 15.5 1985 NYG
  John Randle+ (30) 15.5 1997 MIN
  Lawrence Taylor+ (29) 15.5 1988 NYG
  DeMarcus Ware (28) 15.5 2010 DAL
  Sean Jones (24) 15.5 1986 RAI
  Wayne Martin (27) 15.5 1992 NOR
64. Chris Doleman+ (37) 15.0 1998 SFO
  Kevin Greene (36) 15.0 1998 CAR
  Michael Strahan (27) 15.0 1998 NYG
  Robert Porcher (30) 15.0 1999 DET
  Hugh Douglas (29) 15.0 2000 PHI
  Lawrence Taylor+ (30) 15.0 1989 NYG
  Peter Boulware (27) 15.0 2001 BAL
  Dexter Manley (26) 15.0 1985 WAS
  Mike Merriweather (24) 15.0 1984 PIT
  Dana Stubblefield (27) 15.0 1997 SFO
  William Fuller (29) 15.0 1991 HOU
  Reggie White+ (30) 15.0 1991 PHI
  Adewale Ogunleye (26) 15.0 2003 MIA
  Simeon Rice (29) 15.0 2003 TAM
  Neil Smith (27) 15.0 1993 KAN
  Bruce Smith+ (23) 15.0 1986 BUF
  Lee Williams (24) 15.0 1986 SDG
81. Charles Mann (24) 14.5 1985 WAS
  Michael McCrary (28) 14.5 1998 BAL
  Jevon Kearse (23) 14.5 1999 TEN
  Jason Taylor (26) 14.5 2000 MIA
  Ezra Johnson (28) 14.5 1983 GNB
  Leonard Little (27) 14.5 2001 STL
  Osi Umenyiora (24) 14.5 2005 NYG
  Patrick Kerney (31) 14.5 2007 SEA
  Art Still (29) 14.5 1984 KAN
  Jeff Bryant (24) 14.5 1984 SEA
  Bertrand Berry (29) 14.5 2004 ARI
  Chris Doleman+ (31) 14.5 1992 MIN
  Neil Smith (26) 14.5 1992 KAN
  Derrick Thomas+ (25) 14.5 1992 KAN
  Jared Allen (26) 14.5 2008 MIN
  Julius Peppers (28) 14.5 2008 CAR
  Kevin Greene (34) 14.5 1996 CAR
  Jared Allen (27) 14.5 2009 MIN
  Tamba Hali (27) 14.5 2010 KAN
100. Doug Betters (28) 14.0 1984 MIA
  Reggie Camp (23) 14.0 1984 CLE
  Curtis Greer (27) 14.0 1984 STL
  Reggie White+ (29) 14.0 1990 PHI
  Eric Hicks (24) 14.0 2000 KAN
  Lee Williams (27) 14.0 1989 SDG
  Keith Willis (24) 14.0 1983 PIT
  Aaron Schobel (29) 14.0 2006 BUF
  Simeon Rice (31) 14.0 2005 TAM
  DeMarcus Ware (25) 14.0 2007 DAL
  Mario Williams (22) 14.0 2007 HOU
  Michael Strahan (26) 14.0 1997 NYG
  Bruce Smith+ (34) 14.0 1997 BUF
  Bryan Cox (24) 14.0 1992 MIA
  Cortez Kennedy+ (24) 14.0 1992 SEA
  Bruce Smith+ (29) 14.0 1992 BUF
  Reggie White+ (31) 14.0 1992 PHI
  Bruce Smith+ (30) 14.0 1993 BUF
  Jim Jeffcoat (25) 14.0 1986 DAL
  Kevin Greene (32) 14.0 1994 PIT
  Aldon Smith (22) 14.0 2011 SFO
  Terrell Suggs (29) 14.0 2011 BAL
  Cameron Wake (28) 14.0 2010 MIA
  Freddie Joe Nunn (26) 14.0 1988 PHO
124. Leslie O’Neal (26) 13.5 1990 SDG
  Dexter Manley (25) 13.5 1984 WAS
  Mike Bell (27) 13.5 1984 KAN
  Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (27) 13.5 2004 GNB
  Tim Harris (24) 13.5 1988 GNB
  Mark Gastineau (29) 13.5 1985 NYJ
  Jacob Green (28) 13.5 1985 SEA
  Jason Gildon (28) 13.5 2000 PIT
  William Gay (28) 13.5 1983 DET
  Charlie Clemons (29) 13.5 2001 NOR
  Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (24) 13.5 2001 GNB
  Jason Taylor (32) 13.5 2006 MIA
  Clay Matthews (24) 13.5 2010 GNB
  LaMarr Woodley (25) 13.5 2009 PIT
  Simon Fletcher (29) 13.5 1991 DEN
  Derrick Thomas+ (24) 13.5 1991 KAN
  Tony Bennett (25) 13.5 1992 GNB
  Rickey Jackson+ (34) 13.5 1992 NOR
  Simon Fletcher (31) 13.5 1993 DEN
  Rulon Jones (28) 13.5 1986 DEN
  Ken Harvey (29) 13.5 1994 WAS
  Dwight Freeney (29) 13.5 2009 IND
  Lamar Lathon (29) 13.5 1996 CAR
  Michael McCrary (26) 13.5 1996 SEA
  Bruce Smith+ (33) 13.5 1996 BUF
  John Randle+ (27) 13.5 1994 MIN
150. Dwaine Board (27) 13.0 1983 SFO
  Al Baker (27) 13.0 1983 STL
  Bruce Smith+ (26) 13.0 1989 BUF
  Marcus Jones (27) 13.0 2000 TAM
  Trevor Pryce (24) 13.0 1999 DEN
  Reggie White+ (24) 13.0 1985 PHI
  Lawrence Taylor+ (26) 13.0 1985 NYG
  Karl Mecklenburg (25) 13.0 1985 DEN
  Too Tall Jones (34) 13.0 1985 DAL
  Greg Brown (28) 13.0 1985 PHI
  Eddie Edwards (29) 13.0 1983 CIN
  Doug English (30) 13.0 1983 DET
  Osi Umenyiora (26) 13.0 2007 NYG
  Dwight Freeney (22) 13.0 2002 IND
  Trevor Pryce (31) 13.0 2006 BAL
  Julius Peppers (26) 13.0 2006 CAR
  Leonard Little (32) 13.0 2006 STL
  Marcellus Wiley (27) 13.0 2001 SDG
  Jamir Miller (28) 13.0 2001 CLE
  John Abraham (23) 13.0 2001 NYJ
  Doug Martin (26) 13.0 1983 MIN
  Howie Long+ (23) 13.0 1983 RAI
  Kevin Greene (28) 13.0 1990 RAM
  Tony Bennett (24) 13.0 1991 GNB
  William Fuller (33) 13.0 1995 PHI
  Sean Jones (31) 13.0 1993 HOU
  Renaldo Turnbull (27) 13.0 1993 NOR
  Reggie White+ (32) 13.0 1993 GNB
  Anthony Smith (25) 13.0 1992 RAI
  Ray Childress (30) 13.0 1992 HOU
  Jason Taylor (29) 13.0 2003 MIA
  Greg Townsend (30) 13.0 1991 RAI
  Clyde Simmons (27) 13.0 1991 PHI
  Wayne Martin (30) 13.0 1995 NOR
  Pat Swilling (31) 13.0 1995 OAK
  Alfred Williams (28) 13.0 1996 DEN
  Dennis Byrd (24) 13.0 1990 NYJ
  Jacob Green (27) 13.0 1984 SEA
  Patrick Kerney (28) 13.0 2004 ATL
  John Abraham (32) 13.0 2010 ATL
  Chris Long (26) 13.0 2011 STL
  Will Smith (28) 13.0 2009 NOR
  Chad Brown (26) 13.0 1996 PIT
  William Fuller (34) 13.0 1996 PHI
  Michael Sinclair (28) 13.0 1996 SEA
  Derrick Thomas+ (29) 13.0 1996 KAN
196. Randy White+ (30) 12.5 1983 DAL
  Leslie O’Neal (25) 12.5 1989 SDG
  Warren Sapp (27) 12.5 1999 TAM
  Hugh Douglas (27) 12.5 1998 PHI
  Mike Wilcher (25) 12.5 1985 RAM
  Bill Pickel (26) 12.5 1985 RAI
  Greg Townsend (29) 12.5 1990 RAI
  Kyle Vanden Bosch (27) 12.5 2005 TEN
  Andre Carter (23) 12.5 2002 SFO
  Hugh Douglas (31) 12.5 2002 PHI
  Trent Cole (25) 12.5 2007 PHI
  Elvis Dumervil (23) 12.5 2007 DEN
  Greg Ellis (32) 12.5 2007 DAL
  Shawne Merriman (23) 12.5 2007 SDG
  Mike Vrabel (32) 12.5 2007 NWE
  Richard Dent+ (27) 12.5 1987 CHI
  Andre Tippett+ (28) 12.5 1987 NWE
  Sean Jones (28) 12.5 1990 HOU
  Jacob Green (33) 12.5 1990 SEA
  Randy White+ (31) 12.5 1984 DAL
  Shaun Ellis (26) 12.5 2003 NYJ
  Leonard Little (29) 12.5 2003 STL
  Anthony Smith (26) 12.5 1993 RAI
  John Randle+ (26) 12.5 1993 MIN
  Kevin Greene (31) 12.5 1993 PIT
  Chris Doleman+ (32) 12.5 1993 MIN
  Richard Dent+ (33) 12.5 1993 CHI
  Leslie O’Neal (22) 12.5 1986 SDG
  Charles Haley (30) 12.5 1994 DAL
  Leslie O’Neal (30) 12.5 1994 SDG
  Bill Pickel (25) 12.5 1984 RAI
  Robert Porcher (28) 12.5 1997 DET
  Jason Babin (30) 12.5 2010 TEN
  Trent Cole (27) 12.5 2009 PHI
  Roy Barker (27) 12.5 1996 SFO
  Simeon Rice (22) 12.5 1996 ARI
  Leslie O’Neal (31) 12.5 1995 SDG
233. David Galloway (24) 12.0 1983 STL
  Simon Fletcher (27) 12.0 1989 DEN
  Marco Coleman (31) 12.0 2000 WAS
  Joe Johnson (28) 12.0 2000 NOR
  Trevor Pryce (25) 12.0 2000 DEN
  Kevin Greene (37) 12.0 1999 CAR
  Chad Bratzke (28) 12.0 1999 IND
  Tony Brackens (25) 12.0 1999 JAX
  Derrick Thomas+ (31) 12.0 1998 KAN
  Kevin Carter (25) 12.0 1998 STL
  Roy Barker (29) 12.0 1998 SFO
  Mike Hartenstine (30) 12.0 1983 CHI
  Rickey Jackson+ (25) 12.0 1983 NOR
  Jason Gildon (29) 12.0 2001 PIT
  Bruce Smith+ (24) 12.0 1987 BUF
  Kyle Vanden Bosch (29) 12.0 2007 TEN
  Aaron Kampman (28) 12.0 2007 GNB
  Julius Peppers (22) 12.0 2002 CAR
  Leonard Little (28) 12.0 2002 STL
  Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (25) 12.0 2002 GNB
  Jason Taylor (31) 12.0 2005 MIA
  Aaron Schobel (28) 12.0 2005 BUF
  Mark Anderson (23) 12.0 2006 CHI
  Patrick Kerney (25) 12.0 2001 ATL
  Lawrence Taylor+ (28) 12.0 1987 NYG
  Jim Jeffcoat (24) 12.0 1985 DAL
  Reggie White+ (34) 12.0 1995 GNB
  Neil Smith (29) 12.0 1995 KAN
  Keith Willis (27) 12.0 1986 PIT
  Leonard Marshall (25) 12.0 1986 NYG
  Charles Haley (22) 12.0 1986 SFO
  Jacob Green (29) 12.0 1986 SEA
  Leslie O’Neal (29) 12.0 1993 SDG
  Mario Williams (23) 12.0 2008 HOU
  Justin Tuck (25) 12.0 2008 NYG
  Terrell Suggs (21) 12.0 2003 BAL
  Tony Tolbert (29) 12.0 1996 DAL
  Trace Armstrong (31) 12.0 1996 MIA
  Tamba Hali (28) 12.0 2011 KAN
  Richard Dent+ (30) 12.0 1990 CHI
  Clay Matthews (28) 12.0 1984 CLE
  Howie Long+ (24) 12.0 1984 RAI
  Rickey Jackson+ (26) 12.0 1984 NOR
  Dennis Harrison (28) 12.0 1984 PHI
  Chuck Smith (28) 12.0 1997 ATL
  Michael Sinclair (29) 12.0 1997 SEA
  Chris Doleman+ (36) 12.0 1997 SFO
  Simeon Rice (30) 12.0 2004 TAM
  Mike L. Cofer (28) 12.0 1988 DET
  Mike Rucker (28) 12.0 2003 CAR

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Reggie White

White during his tenure with the Green Bay Packers.
No. 92
Defensive end
Personal information
Date of birth: (1961-12-19)December 19, 1961
Place of birth: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Date of death: December 26, 2004(2004-12-26) (aged 43)
Place of death: Cornelius, North Carolina
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) Weight: 300 lb (136 kg)
Career information
College: Tennessee
Supplemental Draft: 1985 / Round: 1
Debuted in 1984 for the Memphis Showboats
Last played in 2000 for the Carolina Panthers
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Tackles 1,112
Sacks 198
Interceptions 3
Stats at NFL.com
Pro Football Hall of Fame
College Football Hall of Fame

Reginald Howard “Reggie” White (December 19, 1961 – December 26, 2004) was an American college and professional football player who was a defensive end in the National Football League (NFL) for fifteen seasons during the 1980s and 1990s. He played college football for the University of Tennessee, and was recognized as an All-American. After initially playing two professional seasons for the Memphis Showboats of the United States Football League (USFL), he was selected in the first round of the 1985 Supplemental Draft, and then played for the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers, becoming one of the most decorated players in NFL history. The two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 13-time Pro Bowl and 12-time All-Pro selection holds 2nd place all-time amongst career sack leaders with 198.5 (behind Bruce Smith‘s 200 career sacks) and was selected to the NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, NFL 1990s All-Decade Team and the NFL 1980s All-Decade Team. During his professional career, he was also known for his Christian ministry as an ordained Evangelical minister, leading to his nickname, “The Minister of Defense.” White is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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[edit] Early years

White was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He attended Howard School of Academics and Technology[1] during high school, and from there was recruited to play for the Tennessee Volunteers.

[edit] College career

White played college football at Tennessee from 1980 to 1983, where he set school records for most sacks in a career, season and game. He still holds these records. While playing for the Volunteers, White was named an All-American. He was the SEC Player of the Year in his Senior season of 1983.

He finished his college career with 32 Sacks and 51 TFL.[2]

[edit] Professional career

[edit] USFL

[edit] Memphis Showboats

After college, White signed with the Memphis Showboats of the USFL. He played for Memphis for two seasons, starting in 36 games. As a member of the Showboats, he racked up 23.5 sacks, 198 tackles, and seven forced fumbles.

[edit] NFL

[edit] Philadelphia Eagles

When the USFL collapsed, White was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles, who held his NFL rights. He played with the Eagles for eight seasons, during which time he picked up 124 sacks, becoming the Eagles’ all-time sack leader. He also set the Eagles regular-season record with 21 sacks in a single season (1987). White also became the only player to ever accumulate twenty or more sacks in just twelve games. He also set an NFL regular-season record during 1987 by averaging the most sacks per game, with 1.75 sacks per game. Over the course of his tenure with the Eagles, White actually accumulated more sacks than the number of games that he played. He was voted by ESPN Sportsnation as the greatest player in Eagles’ franchise history.[3]

[edit] Green Bay Packers

Reggie White with teammate Brett Favre (behind) presenting President Bill Clinton with a Packers team jacket at a 1997 ceremony following the Packers’ win in Super Bowl XXXI.

In 1993, White became a free agent. He was signed by the Green Bay Packers, where he played for six seasons. White notched up another 68.5 sacks to become, at the time, the Packers’ all-time leader in that category (second now to Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila who has 74.5 registered sacks). White was also just as valued for his role as a team leader. He helped the Packers to two Super Bowls, including a victory in Super Bowl XXXI. That victory was the only championship White ever shared in at any level. In 1998, White was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

[edit] Carolina Panthers

In 2000, he came out of a 1-year retirement and started all 16 games for the Panthers. White had 5.5 sacks and 1 forced fumble while with the team. He again retired at the end of the 2000 season.

[edit] Retirements

After the 1998 season, White retired from professional football. However, in 2000, White was wooed back to the league by the Carolina Panthers. He played for one season as a Panther, then retired again.

At the time of his retirement, White was the NFL’s all-time sacks leader with 198. (He has since been surpassed by Bruce Smith who has 200.) Counting his time in the USFL, White has 221.5 sacks in top-level professional football, making him professional football’s all-time sacks leader. White also recorded three interceptions, which he returned for 79 yards. He recovered nineteen fumbles, which he returned for 137 yards and three touchdowns. His nine consecutive seasons (1985–1993) with at least ten sacks remain an NFL record. He was named an All-Pro for thirteen of his fifteen seasons, including eight as a first-team selection.

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