No. 2: Former 49ers DB Ronnie Lott
Hall of Fame defensive back Ronnie Lott began his career with the 49ers in 1981.
Lott played cornerback his rookie year and grabbed seven interceptions and took a whopping three of them back for touchdowns For his rookie-season performance, he earned both Pro Bowl and All-Pro selections, and that would set the tone for the rest of his pro football career.
Lott would earn nine Pro Bowl selections and five All-Pro selections throughout his time with the Niners, and he would help lead them to four Super Bowl victories, playing both at cornerback and safety.
Lott’s final game as a member of the 49ers also came in the 1990 NFC Championship game, the same bout in which Roger Craig ended his Niners tenure.
In 1991, Lott would sign with the Raiders and played two seasons with them before joining the New York Jets for his final two seasons.
He would be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000.