James Harrison — Cincinnati Bengals
To this day, Harrison’s 100-yard interception return touchdown in Super Bowl XLIII is the longest play from scrimmage in Super Bowl history. It ultimately helped the Steelers capture their sixth championship. Harrison’s popularity in Pittsburgh made it even more odd that he was so willing to join a division rival at the tail-end of his career. Harrison wound up playing one season in Cincinnati, but realized the error in his ways as he returned to Pittsburgh a year later.
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