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I’ve done some research and have found players who played on both the Titans and the 49ers.
Randy Moss is one of the best wide receivers of all time, known for his speed, agility, and spectacular catches. From 1998 to 2012, he played for the Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, and San Francisco 49ers.
His 1998 rookie season with the Vikings set a record with 17 touchdown receptions. A record Moss broke again in 2007 with 23 touchdown catches for the Patriots.
A six-time Pro Bowler and four-time First-Team All-Pro, he accumulated 982 receptions for 15,292 yards and 156 touchdowns in his career. Moss was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018.
Moss Key Stats
- Hall of Fame
- 1st Team All-Pro (Vikings, Patriots)
- Pro Bowl (Vikings, Patriots)
- 1000+ Yard Receiving Season (Vikings, Raiders, Patriots)
Gary Anderson was selected in the 7th round of the 1982 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills. The South African-born kicker had an extraordinarily long NFL career, lasting 23 seasons and taking him through multiple teams including the Steelers, Eagles, 49ers, Vikings, and Titans.
In 1998, Anderson became the first kicker in NFL history to convert every field goal and extra point attempt during the regular season, finishing 35-for-35 on field goals and 59-for-59 on extra points. However, his missed field goal in the NFC Championship Game that year became an infamous moment in NFL history.
He was a one-time first-team All-Pro and was named to four Pro Bowls over his career. Anderson retired as the NFL’s all-time leading scorer at the time, accumulating 2,434 points through field goals and extra points. His scoring record has since been surpassed, but he remains one of the most accomplished kickers in NFL history.
Anderson Key Stats
- 1st Team All-Pro (Vikings)
- Pro Bowl (Steelers, Vikings)
Blaine Gabbert was drafted in the first round, 10th overall, by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2011 NFL Draft. Gabbert’s time with the Jaguars was short-lived (and largely unsuccessful), and he was traded to the 49ers in 2014. He’s also played for the Cardinals, Buccaneers and Titans.
While Gabbert has not received any major individual awards or Pro Bowl selections, he does have the distinction of being a part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl LV championship team, serving as the backup to Tom Brady.
Though largely seen as a journeyman backup quarterback, Gabbert has found ways to contribute when called upon and has carved out a lengthy career in that role. His career stats are modest, but he has managed to sustain a long career in the NFL, which is a feat in itself.
Johnathan Cyprien was drafted in the second round, 33rd overall, by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2013 NFL Draft. Cyprien started his career with the Jaguars and played for the team from 2013 to 2016. Following his time with the Jaguars, he played for multiple teams, including the Titans, Eagles, Falcons, and 49ers.
Although he didn’t receive any Pro Bowl selections, Cyprien was a solid player during his career, known for his tackling and run-stopping abilities. He started 60 games during his 4 years in Jacksonville, recording over 450 tackles.
Cyprien was a bit of a journeyman after the Jaguars, playing for 4 different teams over a short span. His versatility and experience made him a valuable asset for NFL defenses, particularly against the run.