Owen Daniels was a two time Pro-Bowler for the Texans. Often Injured, he was a force when healthy. I was a bit sad when we let him go this offseason, but it was time for someone more dependable.
Jerome Mathis was an electric return man for a few seasons who was voted to the Pro Bowl.
Travis Johnson was a former #1 pick, who was pretty much a giant bust.
Jason Allen was a starting CB for awhile, and tied the team for the most interceptions one year.
Zach Diles was a scrappy linebacker who came out of nowhere to wrestle away a starting job with strong play. He won the teams Ed Block award.
Chester Pitts was one of our more consistent and better linemen.
Bob Hazle was a key part of the Braves 57 Championship run
Martin Prado was a 1x All Star for the Braves, before getting traded.
Dan Uggla may be the man responsible for Frank Wren getting fired, the biggest disappointment in Braves History, asides from his lone All Star appearance.