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Even though he left UNLV as the school's all-time leading receiver, NFL teams weren't interested in the 6-foot-1 McCardell. The Redskins picked him up late, which was fortunate for McCardell, because he could learn from Art Monk and Gary Clark. After bouncing around the league a bit, McCardell landed in Jacksonville and became one of the NFL's most consistent No. 2 receivers. In 2002, McCardell caught two TDs to lead the Bucs to a Super Bowl championship, and even at 34 he played well after being traded to the Chargers midway through the 2004 season.

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