In the current state of the National Football League, many players switch teams yearly, and seemingly multiple times every year. Other than franchise quarterbacks and a select few all-pro running backs, players play on multiple teams throughout their career. However, that was not always the case. Of the 326 players who made the Pro Football Hall of Fame, 133 only played for one franchise throughout their entire career. That is a remarkable feat, especially when you consider even all-time greats like Tom Brady and Peyton Manning played for multiple teams.