Deion Sanders, a Hall of Fame cornerback who won a Super Bowl each with the 49ers and Cowboys, was one of the great athletes – and showmen – in NFL history. During his 14-year career, the electrifying Sanders returned six punts, three kickoffs, and nine interceptions for touchdowns. The fifth overall pick of the Falcons in 1989, Sanders – who wore a bandana under his helmet, made eight Pro Bowls, and often would high-step into the end zone after a TD and then dance. Off the field, Sanders was friends with MC Hammer and wore loads of gold jewelry and called himself “Primetime.” Also known as “Neon Deion,” he played nine years of Major League Baseball, leading the league with 14 triples in 1992 as an Atlanta Brave and famously shuttling via jet between football and baseball duties. Occasionally criticized by pundits for a “me-first” attitude, Sanders was also praised for his work ethic and his ability to lighten up the mood within stuffy locker rooms and lift teammates’ morale.