We are essentially three months away from the NFL season beginning, and to celebrate that today we will be taking a look at the five best players in NFL history to wear number 94. Cameron Jordan recently took over the top spot, and he has a chance to extend his lead atop the list! Follow along with our countdown 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 94 days until the 2024 NFL season, we give you the best NFL players to wear #94. 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 #94 in NFL history.

Best Players to Wear 94 in NFL History

1) Cameron Jordan, DE (2011-Present)

NFL Draft: 2011, Round 1, Pick 24 to the New Orleans Saints

8x Pro Bowl | 1x All-Pro

682 Tackles, 117.5 Sacks, 153 Tackles For Loss

2) DeMarcus Ware, DE/OLB (2005-16)

NFL Draft: 2005, Round 1, Pick 11 to the Dallas Cowboys

9x Pro Bowl | 4x All-Pro

Super Bowl Champion (50)

657 Tackles, 138.5 Sacks, 171 Tackles For Loss, 35 Forced Fumbles

NFL Record for most seasons leading the league in sacks (2).

3) Chad Brown, LB (1993-2006)

NFL Draft: 1993, Round 2, Pick 44 to the Pittsburgh Steelers

3x Pro Bowl | 2x All-Pro

1,091 Tackles, 79 Sacks, 17 Forced Fumbles

4) Charles Haley, DE/OLB (1986-99)

NFL Draft: 1986, Round 4, Pick 96 to the San Francisco 49ers

Hall of Fame

5x Pro Bowl | 2x All-Pro

Super Bowl Champion (XXIII, XXIV, XXVII, XXVIII, XXX)

503 Tackles, 100.5 Sacks, 26 Forced Fumbles

5) Domata Peko, DT (2006-18)

NFL Draft: 2006, Round 4, Pick 123 to the Cincinnati Benga;s

616 Tackles, 20 Sacks, 47 Tackles For Loss

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