The average NFL career lasts only 3 ½ years. Whether it’s injury or the stiff competition that weeds some players out, those who last a long time are becoming increasingly rare. The contracts in the NFL aren’t guaranteed, and the salary cap has general managers looking for players who can fill spots at a minimum salary, which makes the decade-long career a real accomplishment in the modern era. However, some NFL players, who online betting fans consider true titans, have lasted at least 20 seasons in the league. Here’s a look at their careers.
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