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12. Bobby Bryant

The Minnesota Vikings found a gem when they took CB Bobby Bryant 167th overall out of South Carolina in the 1967 draft.

Bryant saw his first action for the purple in 1968, intercepting two passes that year. He would add 49 more picks to his total before retiring in 1980.

Bobby returned three of those 51 career interceptions for touchdowns.

Bryant picked off six passes in the postseason, returning one for a touchdown.

Bobby made two Pro Bowls and was named All-Pro twice.

Bryant found himself right in the middle of several of the great games in team history, including the infamous Ahmad Rashad Hail Mary game, where he made the pick that allowed the Vikings a chance to complete their insane comeback.

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