Deion Sanders, Atlanta Falcons 1989-1993, San Francisco 49ers 1994, Dallas Cowboys 1995-1999, Washington Redskins 2000, Baltimore Ravens 2004-2005
Deion Sanders, hands down the best man to man coverage corner to play the game. Deion still, to this day, has not left the world of the NFL as he does a lot of analyzing for the NFL, especially in the draft. He was chosen in the first round, fifth overall, and is the best cornerback to play in the NFL. At the end of his career, he won 2 Super Bowls, went to the Pro Bowl 8 times, and has been chosen to recieve the Atlanta Falcons Ring of Honor. With 53 Interceptions, 10 defensive touchdowns, 9 kick returns, and even a recieving career, this man was unstoppable.
Rod Woodson, Pittsburgh Steelers 1987-1996, San Francisco 1997, Baltimore Ravens 1998-2001, Oakland Raiders 2002-2003
Rod Woodson, who played not only cornerback, but played saftey from time to time, was a great cornerback. After his time in the NFL, he coached for the Raiders in 2011 as a cornerback coach, afterwards he went back to the Raiders for the 2015-2016 seasons as an assistant defensive backs coach, then for 2017 back to cornerback coach for the Raiders. He ended out with one super bowl championship, 11 trips to the Pro Bowl, and being a part of the Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team. Not only did he lead the NFL in interceptions not once, but twice, but he finished with 71 total interceptions.
Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh Steelers 2003-2014
Troy Polamalu has a very interesting backstory, considering he is part of Samoan descent. Going out into the NFL with the Steelers in the first round, 16th overall. Winning the Super Bowl two times, and appearing at the Pro Bowl 8 times, this is one of the better career stats from a saftey. Being apart of Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team, his stats prove that all of this is possible. 770 Tackles, 12 sacks, 32 interceptions, 14 forced fumbles, and three touchdowns show out how strong he is in his position. His Samoan descent is very interesting, and the way he came up in his childhood makes him a very interesting man.
Ronnie Lott, San Francisco 49ers 1981-1990, Los Angeles Raiders 1991-1992, New York Jets 1993-1994, Kansas City Chiefs 1995*, San Francisco 49ers 1995*
* means offseason and/or practice squad member only. Ronnie Lott, selected in the first round of the 1981 NFL draft, 8th overall, was a top prospect coming in from college. Being a 4 time Super Bowl Champion is a huge achievement. On top of that, he appeared at the Pro Bowl 10 times, and was the NFL's leader in interception twice. Ronnie Lott ended his career with 1,146 tackles, 63 interceptions, 730 yards of returning on those interceptions, 16 forced fumbles, and 5 touchdowns. In his retirement, he had his jersey retired with the 49ers, and was a Pro and College Football Hall of Famer.