An eminent presence because of his ferocious hits, Brian Dawkins commandeered the Philadelphia secondary for 13 seasons and helped establish one of the most intimidating pass defenses in the NFL. A nine-time Pro Bowl selection, Dawkins was the first player to record a sack, an interception, a fumble recovery and a touchdown reception in the same game when he did it against Houston in 2002. Known by his alter-ego "Wolverine," the passionate Dawkins signed a one-day contract on April 28, 2012, to retire with the Eagles after three seasons with Denver. The Eagles may still want him back. The Eagles were the third-ranked pass defense in 2008 before Dawkins' departure, after he left, they dipped to 17th in 2009. Philadelphia has ranked no higher than 10th in the category since 2009.