Power Rankings: Top 10 NFL Tight Ends Ever

ason Witten, Cowboys Witten was a Dallas Cowboys stalwart in the 2000s and 2010s. He helped the team reach the playoffs seven times.

Baltimore Colts' John Mackey Mackey may not have the same career numbers as other tight ends. The 1963 NFL Draft second-round pick had 331 receptions for 5,236 yards and 38 touchdowns 

Bears' Mike Ditka Younger football fans may know him as a coach and broadcaster, but "Iron Mike" wouldn't be titled that without his playing skills. The 1961 Chicago Bears drafted Ditka fifth overall, a three-sport athlete in college, who chose football

 Kellen Winslow, SD Chargers This is not the NFL player from the 2000s and early 2010s. Instead, his father was a key player in the damaging 1970s and 1980s Air Coryelle offense. 

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Cleveland Browns Ozzie Newsome John Newsome was a 1980s Cleveland Browns bright spot. That decade saw him make five All-Pro choices and help the team to three AFC Championship Games

Shannon Sharpe, Broncos Younger sports fans may recognize him as Skip Bayless' everyday debater. His chatting and humorous skills are top-notch, yet his opponents can't laugh after playing football with him

Travis Kelce, Chiefs Kelce's career isn't over, which is worrisome. Thus, he may retire with all major tight-end records. His growing resume is impossible to ignore

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