Mike Munchak - The first offensive linemen selected in the 1982 NFL draft, Mike Munchak played 12 seasons for the Houston Oilers from 1982-1993. He played guard on an offensive line that took the Oilers to seven consecutive playoff appearances (1987-1993). Munchak was voted All-Pro six times and played in nine Pro Bowls. Munchak's No. 63 jersey was retired by the Oilers in 1996. In 2001, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Only one year after his retirement, Munchak joined the Oilers coaching staff as an assistant. After three years, Munchak was promoted to offensive line coach, a post he filled from 1997 to 2010, after which Munchak was named the head coach of the Tennessee Titans. Munchak led the Titans to a 9-7 record and a second-place finish in the AFC South during his first season as head coach in 2011. Munchak compiled a 22-26 record (.458) as the head coach of the Titans from 2011-13, leading Tennessee to 15 wins through his first two years to represent the third-most wins by a coach in his first two full seasons with the franchise. In 2014 he joined the Pittsburgh Steelers as an offensive line coach. In five seasons with the Steelers, Munchak helped coach an offensive unit that ranked second in total yards (391.1 ypg) and third in scoring (24.7 ppg) from 2014-18. His offensive line tied for the second-fewest sacks allowed (135) while giving up the second-fewest total pressures (559) during that span. In 2019 he joined the Denver Broncos as an offensive line coach. The Penn State graduate was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2001.