Top 10 nicknames in NFL history

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From Bronko Nagurski to Brian Urlacher, the Bears have been led by some of the most familiar characters in the game's history.

Redskins coach George Allen preferred seasoned veterans over youngsters, which resulted in one of the most unique teams in NFL history.

Only one member of the "No Name Defense" wound up in Canton, but this unit helped lead the Dolphins to two Super Bowl titles.

Don Coryell's score-a-minute offense with the Chargers was led by future Hall of Famers Dan Fouts, Charlie Joiner and Kellen Winslow.

Kurt Warner went from bagging groceries to league and Super Bowl MVP as the Rams emerged as an offensive juggernaut in 1999.

The Vikings vaunted defense of the late '60s and 70s helped lead Minnesota to four Super Bowl appearances.

The L.A. Rams' famed "Fearsome Foursome" featured two future Hall of Famers, Deacon Jones and Merlin Olsen.

The Redskins' powerful offensive line helped pave the way for the team to win three Super Bowls from 1982 through 1991.

A defense led by future Hall of Famers Mel Blount, Joe Greene, Jack Ham and Jack Lambert helped the Steelers win four Super Bowls in the '70s.

Image-enhancing promotions helped the Cowboys earn the "America's Team" moniker in the 1970s.

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