The NFL announced today the 2017 All-Time All-Stars for its 30th season.
The selections are announced today by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
The team includes:Rashard Mendenhall , running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New Orleans Saints from 2003-08, retired after one season in 2018.
He was selected to the league’s first all-time Pro Bowl and has played in eight Super Bowls.
Ricky Williams , defensive tackle for the New York Giants from 1999-2008 and quarterback for the Detroit Lions from 2007-09, retired following one season.
Williams was named the AFC’s Defensive Player of the Year and Super Bowl MVP.
The league selected Michael Jordan, a Hall of Famer who won five NBA titles, five NBA Finals MVPs and two NBA titles.
He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2019.
Ryan Shazier , defensive end for the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens from 2008-12, retired in 2018 after one year in 2018 and three seasons in 2017.
He is one of only three players in league history to record at least one sack and three interceptions in a season and to record a sack and a pick-six in the same season.
Michael Bennett, linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks from 2003 to 2017, retired from football following the 2018 season.
He is the only player in NFL history to earn at least four sacks in a career.
Randy Moss , receiver for the Green Bay Packers from 2000-06, retired and joined the NFL Network as a studio analyst in 2018 following a five-year run with Fox.
He played for the Patriots from 1998-2002, the Houston Oilers from 2003 through 2006 and the Cleveland Browns from 2007 to 2010.
Kirk Cousins , quarterback for Washington Redskins from 2009-11, retired at the end of the 2018 regular season following two seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
He has played for two NFL teams, the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colt.
The players who are retired are listed in the table below.
The following list is not complete, and will be updated after the season.