Jared Allen and Players with the Most Safeties in NFL History

Jared Allen's Last Safety Victim Was Aaron Rodgers

Jared Allen’s Last Safety Victim Was Aaron Rodgers

Minnesota Vikings’ defensive end, Jared Allen, has a very good shot at owning the NFL‘s all-time safety leadership. He’s already tied for the career record and has at least three to five seasons left to go, maybe more.

Safeties are hard to come by for the individual player. Only three – a linebacker (Ted Hendricks), tackle (Doug English) and end (Allen) – have notched four. Another 18 have three safeties to their credit.

That’s it. These are the NFLers with the most career safeties.

PLAYER SAFETIES POSITION SEASONS
1.  Ted Hendricks LB  1969-1983  
1. Doug English  DT-NT  1975-1985  
1. Jared Allen DE  2004-present
4.  Bruce Maher  DB  1960-1969  
4.  Charlie Krueger  DT-DE  1959-1973  
4.  Jim Katcavage  DE-DT  1956-1968  
4.  Rulon Jones  DE  1980-1988  
4.  Burt Grossman  DE  1989-1994  
4.  Kevin Greene  LB-DE  1985-1999  
4.  Roger Brown  DT  1960-1969  
4.  Lyle Alzado  DE-DT  1971-1985  
4.  Ron McDole  DE-DT  1961-1978  
4.  Steve McMichael  DT-NT  1980-1994  
4.  Bryant Young  DT-DE  1994-2007  
4.  Derrick Thomas LB  1989-1999  
4.  Jason Taylor  DE  1997-2011  
4.  Eric Swann  DT-DE  1991-2000  
4.  Dan Saleaumua  DT-NT-DE  1987-1998  
4.  Ernie Stautner DT-DE-G  1950-1963  
4.  Alan Page DT  1967-1981  
4.  Bill McPeak  DE  1949-1957  

Photo: REUTERS/Eric Miller via canada.com

Posted on September 12, 2013, in NFL Football and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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