Tiki Barber, RB N.Y. Giants, 1997-06 Drew Bledsoe, QB New England, 1993-01; Buffalo 2002-04; Dallas, 2005-06 Bill Cowher, coach Pittsburgh, 1992-06
, RB Washington, 1996-02; Carolina, 2003-05; St. Louis, 2006 Keyshawn Johnson, WR N.Y. Jets, 1996-99; Tampa Bay, 2000-03; Dallas, 2004-05; Carolina, 2006 Bill Parcells, coach N.Y. Giants, 1983-90; New England, 1993-96; N.Y. Jets, 1997-99; Dallas, 2003-06 Marty Schottenheimer, coach Cleveland, 1984-88; Kansas City, 1989-98; Washington, 2001; San Diego, 2002-06 Will Shields, G Kansas City, 1993-06 Rod Smith, WR Denver, 1995-06 Troy Vincent, DB Miami, 1992-95; Philadelphia, 1996-03; Buffalo, 2004-06; Washington, 2006 Mike Vanderjagt, PK Indianapolis, 1998-06
I say Parcells is the only one that gets in. Maybe Shields at some point.
Will Shields 12 Pro bowls 2 all pro (best bet)
Troy Vincent 5 pro bowls 1 all pro
Rod Smith 3 pro bowls
Stephen Davis 3 pro bowls
Tiki Barber 3 pro bowls 1 all pro
Drew Bledsoe 4 pro bowls
KJ 3 pro bowls
Parcells took a bad Giants team and won two super bowls, he took the Pats, who were awful to the super bowl in less than 3 years, he took the Jets, who were awful to the AFC championship game and he also turned around the Cowboys. To do that with 4 different teams says a lot about his coaching. Cowher didn't do that. Cowher is a great coach but not better than Parcells. Only reason Cowher has higher winning percentage is because Parcells took over crap teams turned them around.