#52 Robert Brazile, EDGE (1975-1984)
This one is very obvious.
The Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers have very few players in the Hall of Fame that spent most or all of their career with the franchise. Only Elvin Bethea, Warren Moon, Mike Munchak and Bruce Matthews have spent more time with the franchise than Brazile.
Not surprisingly, all of those other names have had their jerseys retired by the Titans so why wouldn’t Brazile be next?
In case you didn’t know, Brazile was a revolutionary player in the NFL and is considered by many to have helped invent and popularize the EDGE position.
Dr. Doom was a 7x Pro-Bowler and a 6x All-Pro and is easily one of the most productive and decorated players in the 59 year history of the Titans and Oilers.