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Quiz! Which Team Did These 9 NFL Stars Play On In Their Final Season?

  • David Gonos

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Growing up, we remember certain players becoming the best at their positions while playing on certain teams. Sure, there were a few stars that ended up being superstars on multiple teams, like Marcus Allen and Fran Tarkenton. And once we hit the ‘90s, when NFL free agency became a thing, we saw more players move around the NFL. Reggie White, Curtis Martin and Rod Woodson became stars on new teams, and we had to learn a new NFL world. In the 2000s, free agency really took hold, and some players bounced around to three or four teams.

Can You Name Where These 9 NFL Stars Played In Their Final Season?

Are you an NFL Trivia beast? Name the teams these former NFL stars played before riding off into the sunset. We’re only counting players on teams during the regular season – which means they had to have played more than just preseason with them.

1. Wide receiver Terrell Owens played on what NFL team in his final season?

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2. Quarterback Johnny Unitas played on what NFL team in his final season?

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3. Running Back Eric Dickerson played on what NFL team in his final season?

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4. Running back O.J. Simpson played on what NFL team in his final season?

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5. Wide receiver Randy Moss played on what NFL team in his final season?

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6. Quarterback Joe Namath played on what NFL team in his final season?

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7. Wide receiver Cris Carter played on what NFL team in his final season?

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8. Wide receiver Jerry Rice played on what NFL team in his final season?

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9. Quarterback Archie Manning played on what NFL team in his final season?

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David Gonos

David Gonos has been writing about sports online since 2001, including CBSSports.com, FoxSports.com, NFL.com, MLB.com and SportsIllustrated.com.