Kansas City Chiefs
After missing the 1991 season and much of 1992 due to injury, Montana requested a trade when he found himself in danger of losing his starting job with the 49ers to Steve Young. Despite a fan uproar, Montana ended up with the Chiefs in April 1993, creating headlines and Super Bowl buzz. Given a three-year, $10 million deal, the three-time Super Bowl MVP flashed his old magic. He was a Pro Bowl pick and led the Chiefs to the AFC Championship Game, where they lost to Buffalo. In his final season, Montana beat Young and the Niners and guided the Chiefs to the `94 playoffs where they fell to Miami in the Wild Card round.