The patriarch of the Manning family football dynasty has had a legendary career all on his own. A member of the New Orleans Saints Ring of Honor and Hall of Fame, Archie Manning was the second overall draft pick in 1971 out of Ole Miss. Like his sons, he was a quarterback, playing for the Saints for 10 years, and rounded out his career with the Houston Oilers and Minnesota Vikings. Since his own gridiron days, Archie has been a football broadcaster, a spokesperson, an advocate for New Orleans and southeast Louisiana. He's involved in many charitable causes, and he and his three sons host Manning Passing Academy for young players to work with high school and college coaches.