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Best Centers in NFL History

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Rated 1 point - posted 6 years ago by PenseeCorner in category Sports.
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Mike Webster Report Abuse
Anchored the offensive line for the Pittsburgh Steelers dynasty in the 1970s.
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Dwight Stephenson Report Abuse
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The best of all time
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Jeff Saturday Report Abuse
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Jim Langer Report Abuse
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Jim Otto Report Abuse
Elected to 13 All-Pro teams in this 15 seasons.
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Dan Marino Report Abuse
He is one of the greatest NFL QBs to ever step on the field.
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Ray Mansfield Report Abuse
Steeler Veteran who mentored Mike Webster. He was the fastest center ever off the ball.
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Dermontti Dawson Report Abuse
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Nick Mangold Report Abuse
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Kevin Maewae Report Abuse
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Tom Nalen Report Abuse
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Jim Ringo Report Abuse
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George Trafton Report Abuse
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Olin Kreutz Report Abuse
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Mick Tingelhoff Report Abuse
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Jeff Bostic Report Abuse
Anchored the famed "Hogs" offensive line for the Washington Redskins in the 1980s.
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Mel Hein Report Abuse
Was elected to 12 All-Pro teams in his 15 seasons.
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Clyde Turner Report Abuse
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Frank Gatski Report Abuse
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Mark Stepnoski Report Abuse
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Mike Montler Report Abuse
Was the center for the Buffalo Bills' "Electric Company" offensive line that blocked for O.J. Simpson's 2,000-yard season.
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