Eagles career: Drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 1983 NFL draft, Hopkins played his entire 11-year career in Philadelphia and built a lasting reputation as one of the hardest-hitting safeties to have ever played in the league. In addition to being recognized as a first team All-Pro in 1985, Hopkins made the Pro Bowl that same year after a career season in which he posted six interceptions - one returned for a touchdown - and a pair of sacks. He finished his career with 30 interceptions and 12 sacks. Not bad for a college walk-on out of Southern Methodist.
Where he is now: Hopkins, 47, lives in Houston and works for First Management Group, a company that designs and builds housing for low-income families. In addition to keeping up with two children in college, Hopkins stays active through weightlifting and walking. "The housing market is a little slow right now, but I love what I do," he says. "To be able to help someone out like that is definitely a rewarding feeling. It's good to be active you know, and I do just enough to keep the old legs in shape."