Ryan Longwell, kicker
Ryan Longwell initially signed as an undrafted free agent with the San Francisco 49ers in 1997 but was released and claimed off waivers by the Packers, where he played from 1997–2005 as the team’s primary kicker.
During those nine seasons in Green Bay, Longwell connected on 81.6 percent of his field goals including 13 makes from 50 yards or deeper. He also made 98.9 percent of his extra-point tries, missing only four kicks through that stretch of his career.
Longwell came to Minnesota in 2006 and continued to play extremely well. He stayed with the Vikings for six seasons where he made 86 percent of his field-goal attempts including 11 from 50 yards or deeper and was 97.9 percent on extra-point tries.
This might be the player who would be the toughest to decide which team he played better for during his career. Those are the only two teams he ever kicked for in the NFL, making the split an even tougher one for some fans.