London Fletcher AS NEVER BEEN TO THE PRO BOWL.
This is truely beyond me. One of the greatest undrafted players EVER with little to show in terms of accolades.
Nearly 1,500 tackles in his career, 29 sacks, and 25 turn overs forced
NEVER EVER PICKED AS A FIRST BALLET PRO BOWLER. NEVER EVER.
HERE IS HIS BIO
Fletcher began his professional career with the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent. He was one of the two rookie free agents to make Rams' opening day roster, he played in all 16 regular season games, starting the season finale at San Francisco. Fletcher earned the Ram's Rookie of the Year as teams' Rookie of the Year.
In 1999, Fletcher led the Rams in tackles after winning the starting middle linebacker position during training camp, he led the Rams with 138 tackles for the season were the most by a Ram since Roman Phifer collected 149 in 1995 season. He was a starting linebacker for the Rams inSuper Bowl XXXIV, in which the Rams defeated the Titans 23-16. He also was named to the All-Madden team.
In 2000, he again led the team with 193 tackles, eclipsing old franchise mark of 185 set by LB Jim Collings in 1984. Fletcher earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors for the first time in his career after making 14 tackles (9 solo) and tiying a career-high with two sacks against the Vikes on November 10. He established season and career highs in sacks (5.5), interceptions (4), and quarterback pressures (9) and adding a forced fumble.
In 2001, Fletcher earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors twice, first in the game against the 49ers on September 23, he led the team with a career-high 21 tackles, 15 solo. The second time was after his big performance against the Patriots on November 18 as he led the team with 17 tackles with one pass deflection; forced a fumble on the Rams' three-yard line that led to a 97-yard scoring drive to end the first half and intercepted a Tom Brady pass with 5:18 left in the third quarter for an 18-yard return.
This season the Rams made the Super Bowl XXXVI but were defeated by the Patriots 20-17, after kicker Vinatieri made a game-winning 48-yard field goal as time expired.
After 2001 season, Fletcher was signed by the Billes and immediately made an impact on Bills defense, setting a career high and franchise record with 209 tackles, breaking the old mark of 206 set by Chris Speilman in 1996. He also was selected as a Pro Bowl alternate eight times though he has never actually been a Pro Bowler. Since 2002, Fletcher started all 16 regular season games for the Bills until his last season in 2006, when he Recorded a team-high 157 tackles, including nine for loss, set a career high with 14 deflections and tied a career high with four interceptions. On September 10, in the first regular season game, Fletcher scored his first career touchdown after recovering a fumble by patriots´Brady and returning it five yards for a touchdown only 12 seconds into the game.
On March 2, 2007, he signed with the Redskins for five years and $25 million