Claude Humphrey

Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014

Humphrey was a first round pick by the Falcons in the 1968 NFL Draft and completed his career as the all-time sack leader in franchise history with 94.5. Humphrey also ranks third in Atlanta annals with 15.6 sacks in a single season. He is tied for the franchise lead with six Pro Bowl selections including five straight from 1970-74.

Humphrey was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on February 1, 2014 at the annual selection meeting during Super Bowl week. Click here for Claude Humphrey's bio page.

Deion Sanders

Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2011

Sanders was a three-time Pro Bowl starter during his Falcons career after being selected as the fifth overall player in the 1989 draft out of Florida State. Considered one of the best pure cornerbacks ever to lace up a pair of cleats, Sanders also doubled as a dangerous return man. He was recently tabbed the 34th best player in the history of the League by a new NFL Films-produced series, The Top 100: NFL's Greatest Players. Sanders' Falcons career started in memorable fashion as he returned a punt 68 yards for a touchdown in his first NFL game as a rookie against the Los Angeles Rams at Fulton County Stadium. Sanders' All-Rookie season also included him leading all first-year defensive backs with five interceptions and becoming the first Falcons player to ever appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated (on Nov. 13, 1989).

During his productive Falcons career from 1989-93, "Prime Time" established 12 club records for such marks as: most interceptions for touchdowns (2), longest punt return (79t yards), most punt return touchdowns (2), most KOR yards (3,063), most KOR touchdowns (3), longest kickoff return (100t), most combined return touchdowns (8), and most combined return yards (3,967), among others. The electrifying Sanders scored a total of 10 touchdowns in a Falcons uniform on five returns, three interceptions, and two receptions. Click here for Deion Sanders' bio page.

Other Hall of Famers Who Were Falcons:

Eric Dickerson (1993)

Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1999

Chris Doleman (1994-95)

Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2012

Tommy McDonald (1967)

Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1998