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NFL's best home-grown talent: Which non-QB rules each team?
"I think I'm on the back nine of my career," Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said to NFL Network's Alex Flanagan, before adding: "I'd like to finish my career in Green Bay."
Entering his 13th season, Rodgers is one of the increasingly rare NFL specimens to play for one team his entire career. That dynamic makes sense for a true franchise QB -- you don't let these guys walk away -- but what about beyond that position?
We've scanned the rosters of all 32 teams to pinpoint their most valuable homegrown veteran player. If you think every club has at least one obvious, rock-solid candidate -- think again. A handful of rosters are stocked almost entirely with young talent.
The rules: It can't be a QB, but it must be a player with at least five years of NFL experience -- all with the same team.
Let's take a look, shall we?