It is officially 66 days until the official kickoff of the 2024 NFL season! As our official countdown here on FlurrySports, we will be releasing the best players to ever wear the jersey number of the number of days remaining. Follow along to keep track of how many days until the NFL season, and share who YOU think the best player to ever wear that jersey number is! Click here to see the best NFL players from yesterday.

With 66 days until the 2024 NFL season, we give you the best NFL players to wear #66. Of course, some of the all-time greats at this number will still be playing this season. They have the ability to continue rising up the list! The official ranking of these players is based on the Approximate Value (AV) from Pro Football Reference.

Without further ado, here are the all-time best players to wear #66 in NFL history.

Best Players to Wear 66 in NFL History

1) Tom Nalen, C (1994-2007)

NFL Draft: 1994, Round 7, Pick 218 to the Denver Broncos

5x Pro Bowl | 2x All-Pro

Super Bowl Champion (XXXII, XXXIII)

188 Career Starts

2) Alan Faneca, OG (2000-10)

NFL Draft: 1998, Round 1, Pick 26 to the Pittsburgh Steelers

Hall of Fame

9x Pro Bowl | 6x All-Pro

Super Bowl Champion (XL)

201 Career Starts

3) Larry Little, OG (1969-80)

NFL Draft: Undrafted in 1967

Hall of Fame

5x Pro Bowl | 5x All-Pro

Super Bowl Champion (VII, VIII)

155 Career Starts

4) Ray Nitschke, LB (1959-72)

NFL Draft: 1958, Round 3, Pick 36 to the Green Bay Packers

Hall of Fame

1x Pro Bowl | 2x All-Pro

Super Bowl Champion (I, II)

NFL Champion (1961, 1962, 1965-67)

25 Interceptions, 16 Sacks, 2 Defensive TDs

Visit Let’s Go Wisconsin to read more about Ray Nitschke!

5) Gene Hickerson, OG (1958-73)

NFL Draft: 1957, Round 7, Pick 78 to the Cleveland Browns

Hall of Fame

6x Pro Bowl | 3x All-Pro

NFL Champion (1964)

183 Career Starts

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