During the NFLPA Player Representatives meeting former players (Greg Camarillo, Kyle Brady, Cornelius Bennett, Eddie Khayat, Tim Irwin, and Jon Ritchie) met up to pose for a 60th anniversary photo. Watch the moments leading up to this epic photo as these veterans catch-up with each other, share jokes, and talk about what they had to wear when they played football.
Greg Camarillo: A California native, Camarillo graduated from Stanford University in 2005 and played seven years in the NFL as a wide receiver for the San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, and New Orleans Saints.
Kyle Brady: Brady, a tight end from Penn State University, went in the first round of the 1995 draft to the New York Jets. He spent time with the Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, and New England Patriots over the course of his 13-year career, culminating with an AFC Championship in 2007.
Cornelius Bennett: After getting picked second overall in the 1987 draft, Bennett went on to have an illustrious 14-year career in which the linebacker won four straight AFC Championships with the Buffalo Bills. Bennett was a five-time Pro Bowl selection, made the All-Pro team three times, and was a two-time AFC Defensive Player of the Year. He also made the NFL 1990s All-Decade Team, and was honored on the Buffalo Bills 50th Anniversary Team.
Eddie Khayat: A 35-year veteran of the NFL, Eddie spent 10 years as a defensive player for the Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles, and Boston Patriots before coaching for 25 years in the league. Khayat served as a head coach and defensive line coach for eight teams, finishing his time in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tim Irwin: Irwin, who played for the University of Tennessee, enjoyed a 14 year career in the NFL after being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the third round of the 1981 draft. An offensive tackle, Irwin spent 13 of his 14 seasons with the Vikings before returning to Tennessee and getting his law degree. In 2005, he became the Judge of the Juvenile Court for Knox County.
Jon Ritchie: Drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the third round of the 1998 draft, Ritchie played seven seasons in the NFL. Ritchie started at fullback in Super Bowl XXXVII in his final season for the Raiders before heading to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2003. Ritchie announced in 2016 he would be running for Pennsylvania State Senate.