He owns the defensive back sack record with 30.5 and is the first NFL player to have 30 sacks and 30 interceptions. Harrison appeared in four Super Bowls, winning two of them with the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII and XXXIX. He also won an AFL Championship with the Oakland Raiders in 2002.
Harrison had 695 career tackles and 26 passes defensed in his eight-year NFL career. The Miami Beach, Florida native started 114 out of a possible 121 games during his career. He was selected to seven all-star games throughout his career and won two Walter Payton Man of the Year awards as well as being voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2019.
When he retired in 2009 after nine seasons with the New England Patriots, Harrison had 205 tackles, 22 passes defensed, three forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries. He finished his career with 10 or more sacks in five consecutive seasons from 2000 to 2004, including a league-leading 30.5 sacks in 2001.
Harrison came into the NFL as one of the top cornerbacks in the country and left as one of the most feared defenders of all time. His incredible career should never be understated and he deserves all of the credit in the world for being such a dominant force on the field for so long.
In Super Bowl XLI over the Chicago Bears, he received a Super Bowl ring with the club. Harrison, an eight-time Pro Bowler and All-Pro selection, held the record for most catches in a single season (143) for nearly 10 years till Michael Thomas (149) broke it in 2019. ... Harrison, Marvin
During his career, Taylor has 132.5 quarterback sacks (not adding the 9.5 sacks he had in 1981, because the sack did not become an official NFL statistic until 1982), 1,088 tackles, 33 forced fumbles, 10 fumble recoveries, and nine interceptions. He is also responsible for at least one safety since all safeties must be involved in the play to be legal.
Taylor's average of 1.5 sacks per season from 1980-81 was the highest of any defensive tackle in the league. He finished second only to DE Michael Dean Perry (Chicago Bears) with 14.5 sacks in 1982.
In addition to his work at LT, Taylor played some center when John Urschel was injured. He started eight games in 2009 and 2010 before being released by the Ravens after that season.
Here is a link to a page that shows every player who has ever signed a major professional sports contract: http://www.nfl.com/clubs/contract_info?id=ca7d80a6-cbff-11e0-b8ea-67000a3feaf4
The contract info page notes that he received $12.5 million over three years from the Ravens. It is possible that this figure includes other guaranteed money such as roster bonuses.
There were 31 interceptions. Lewis is the first NFL player to have at least 40 career sacks and 30 career interceptions (41.5 sacks and 31 interceptions). He's also the only linebacker to win the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award.
Lewis had four interceptions in 2001, which is the most by a Baltimore Raven player. It's also more than any other Ravens player has ever had in a season. The previous record was three, set by Rod Woodson in 1999. Charles Haley had five in 1978.
Lewis also had two fumble recoveries in 2001. That's one more than the previous high for a Raven player. Mike Mitchell had one in 2014.
Lewis finished his career with 506 tackles, 17 sacks, seven forced fumbles, and seven fumble recoveries. He was a six-time Pro Bowler and a second-team All-Pro selection in 2001. He was also named the NFL's Most Valuable Player that year.
After nine seasons with the Ravens, Lewis signed with the Atlanta Falcons as a free agent in 2005. He won a Super Bowl title with the Falcons in 2012. His efforts earned him the nickname "Revsion."