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List of Every Player in the NFL 100 Commercial

The NFL 100 commercial, "The 100-Year Game," that ran during halftime of the Super Bowl is one that you have to watch more than once. 

There are past and present NFL greats all in one place. In fact, if features 19 Hall of Famers and 53 Super Bowl rings. It's fun to imagine this is what it's like when you invite more than five football players to the same party.

Here's a list of every NFL player in the commercial, in order of appearance:

  • Dick Butkus
  • Joe Greene
  • Aaron Donald
  • Peyton Manning
  • Orlando Pace
  • Alvin Kamara
  • Drew Brees
  • Michael Strahan
  • Rob Gronkowski
  • Brian Urlacher
  • JuJu Smith-Schuster
  • Marshawn Lynch
  • Eli Manning
  • Ndamukong Suh
  • Mike Singletary
  • Christian McCaffrey
  • Joe Montana
  • Jerry Rice
  • Michael Irvin
  • Deion Sanders
  • Larry Little
  • Paul Warfield
  • Larry Csonka
  • Todd Gurley
  • Barry Sanders
  • Emmitt Smith
  • LaDainian Tomlinson
  • Larry Fitzgerald
  • Ed Reed
  • Jim Brown
  • Baker Mayfield
  • Tom Brady
  • Terry Bradshaw
  • Patrick Peterson
  • Odell Beckham Jr.
  • Derwin James
  • Jalen Ramsey
  • Franco Harris
  • Russell Wilson
  • Patrick Mahomes
  • Tony Gonzalez
  • Von Miller
  • Richard Sherman
  • Saquon Barkley
  • ...with special apperances from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Ronald Torbert (NFL official), Beth Mowins, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins and Sarah Thomas

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Tom Brady

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Christian McCaffrey

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Jerry Rice, Deion Sanders

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Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith

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Larry Csonka, Paul Warfield, Larry Little

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Roger Goodell, Peyton Manning

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Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson

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Ninja (Richard Tyler Blevins)

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Odell Beckham Jr.

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Rob Gronkowski, Brian Urlacher

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Ninja, TimTheTatMan, JuJu Smith-Schuster

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Dick Butkus, Joe Greene

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HaHa Davis, Odell Beckham Jr.

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Alvin Kamara, Drew Brees

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LaDainian Tomlinson

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Baker Mayfield, Tom Brady

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JuJu Smith-Schuster

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HaHa Davis, Odell Beckham Jr.

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Brent Gordon, Sam Gordon

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Ninja (Richard Tyler Blevins), JuJu Smith-Schuster

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HaHa Davis, Jalen Ramsey

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Orlando Pace, Michael Strahan, Mike Singletary, Peyton Manning, Roger Goodell

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Can you name all the stars in the NFL 100 commercial?

By Matt Bonesteel

The Washington Post|

Feb 04, 2019 at 9:00 AM

In case you haven’t heard, Sunday night’s Super Bowl was a bit of a snore, unless you’re a fan of punting or heavily bearded wide receivers, and the highlight of the night might not have taken place on the field. Just before the halftime show began, the NFL aired a commercial that was meant to kick off its 100th anniversary celebration. Everyone who’s anyone was in it, and football stars past and present chased down a loose ball caused by that rascally Marshawn Lynch.

Here’s a list of everyone in the commercial, in order of appearance (names via the NFL on the YouTube version of the commercial):

Roger Goodell, Dick Butkus, Joe Greene, Aaron Donald, Peyton Manning, Orlando Pace, Alvin Kamara, Drew Brees, Michael Strahan, Rob Gronkowski, Brian Urlacher, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marshawn Lynch, Beth Mowins, Eli Manning, Ndamukong Suh, Mike Singletary, Christian McCaffrey, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Michael Irvin, Deion Sanders, Larry Little, Paul Warfield, Larry Csonka, Todd Gurley, Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith, LaDainian Tomlinson, Larry Fitzgerald, Ed Reed, Jim Brown, Baker Mayfield, Tom Brady, Terry Bradshaw, Patrick Peterson, Odell Beckham Jr., Derwin James, Jalen Ramsey, Franco Harris, Russell Wilson, Patrick Mahomes, Sarah Thomas, Ron Torbert, Tony Gonzalez, Von Miller, Richard Sherman, and Saquon Barkley.

With about 10 seconds left in the spot, the ball ends up in the hands of Sam Gordon, whose on-field exploits as a 9-year-old girl playing in a boys league became a viral sensation back in 2012. Gordon has since become something of a football activist, filing a Title IX lawsuit against three Salt Lake City school districts for not offering girls tackle football. In the commercial, Gordon tries to avoid Sherman with a spin move before pitching the ball to Barkley, who runs out the clock, so to speak.

In all, there were 44 NFL greats in the commercial along with football-adjacent personalities such as Gordon, Mowins (the ESPN announcer who became the first woman to do play-by-play of a nationally televised NFL game in 2017), Thomas (the first permanent female official in NFL history) and Ninja (a prominent gamer).

According to Peter King, the commercial was something of a rush job, as the league did not start contacting the players about it until December and the spot wasn’t filmed until mid-January, right in the middle of the playoffs. Because of the sheer numbers involved, director Peter Berg (of “Friday Night Lights” and “Patriots Day” fame) had to use some creative editing: Mayfield flew to Boston to film his shot with Brady, and the bit with Mahomes and Wilson was filmed in Orlando. The pass thrown by Mahomes was caught by Beckham in Los Angeles. Peyton Manning banged out his scenes in 90 minutes.

“It’s a fun spot,” Berg told the Associated Press. “It’s meant to be wild and fun. There’s a lot of funny stuff. Emmitt Smith was funny, and so was Bradshaw.”

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Football greats young, old — and of the future — joined forces on Sunday for a heartwarming NFL 100 ad that aired during Super Bowl 2020.

A who’s who of famous faces, including everyone from San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to Cleveland Browns legend Jim Brown, graced the screen as part of the commercial, which aired in honor of the league’s 100th season.

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The spot kicked off with Brown telling 12-year-old football prodigy Maxwell “Bunchie” Young to “Take it to the house kid” ⁠— and the phrase was repeated as Young and his football made his way across the country.

He made pit stops along the way, including passing by Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald as he pushed a tractor, and in San Francisco, where he ran past Steve Young, Joe Montana and Garoppolo standing outside of a hotel.

Garoppolo chimed in to tell Young to take it to the house, only to be told by Montana to “Take it to the car.”

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“Give him a tip, will you, Joe?” Young joked of Garoppolo, whose role was reduced to that of apparent bell boy.

Young continued on as he was trailed by players his own age, and intercepted a ball from New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman before offering a hello to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who drove by in a car.

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Soon, he was smack in the middle of a New Orleans-style parade, where he dodged a tackle from Saints running back Alvin Kamara, and grabbed a pass from quarterback Drew Brees.

After pausing a moment to pay his respects to a statue of late Arizona Cardinals star Pat Tillman, Young found himself in New York City, where he was welcomed by New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley.

Young continued to run, and eventually made his way to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, where he was greeted by dozens of football greats, including Brett Favre, Deion Sanders and Peyton Manning.

He then made his way onto the field, at which point the ad transitioned to the actual Super Bowl, with Young and many of his commercial co-stars taking the field in Miami.

The 49ers and the Chiefs are facing off at Super Bowl LIV on Sunday in Miami at the Hard Rock Stadium. The game is airing on FOX.


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'NFL 100' commercial wins over Super Bowl viewers with sequel to legendary ad

During Super Bowl 53, the "NFL 100" commercial featuring a number of NFL stars was viewed by many as the best ad from the big game. The league came back with a sequel at the start of Super Bowl 54, and it was just as great.

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Similarly to last year, the 2020 commercial featured a number of NFL players. The overall commercial features a kid running with a football as former and current NFL players emerge to cheer him on. That kid is Maxwell "Bunchie" Young, a young football star who has received plenty of attention for his speed.

The commercial finishes by bleeding into the actual broadcast as it cut to show Young and several children on the field at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.

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Tim Ellis, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for the NFL, told USA Today the commercial "almost felt like a sequel."

"Which is a difficult thing to do, right? " Ellis said. "When you’re dealing with something that’s highly successful, it’s always a challenge to basically not be too conservative and try to repeat what you’ve done. We took the more risky approach, and it’s paid off."

Among the NFL stars in the commercial are Joe Montana, Steve Young, Ray Lewis, Brett Favre, Christian McCaffrey and Saquon Barkley. Other celebrities include skateboarder Nyjah Huston, women's soccer player Carli Lloyd and Twitch streamer TimTheTatman.

The commercial also featured 32 youth football players to represent the league's 32 teams.


NFL 100 commercial cast

  • Jim Brown
  • TimTheTatMan
  • Joey Bosa
  • Aaron Donald
  • Jalen Ramsey
  • Derwin James
  • Steve Young
  • Joe Montana
  • Jimmy Garoppolo
  • Christian McCaffrey
  • Nyjah Huston
  • Julian Edelman
  • Carli Lloyd
  • Jerry Jones
  • Alvin Kamara
  • Drew Brees
  • Saquon Barkley
  • Ray Lewis
  • Mark Ingram

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The Making of the NFL 100 Super Bowl Commercial

NFL 100 commercial definitely took it to the house

Maybe the most talked-about Super Bowl commercial of this season took place before the game actually began.

Before kickoff on Sunday, the NFL aired a “NFL 100” commercial to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the league, and it gave people chills -- in a good way.

The ad features 12-year-old football prodigy Maxwell “Bunchie” Young, a native of Los Angeles who is already a YouTube sensation. He ran a 100-yard dash of 12.4 seconds as a 10-year-old, breaking the world record for that age group, and he already has received a scholarship offer to play football at the University of Illinois. More offers from college programs are likely to come in the next few years.

The commercial starts with Young fielding a kickoff and running past a horde of tacklers during a pickup football game, which then leads to a cross-country trek similar to that in “Forrest Gump.”

In the midst of his journey, Young runs past scores famous football players, both past and present (a list of cast members is below).


Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown is the notable celebrity to appear in the commercial, when he sits on a bench during the pickup game and implores Young to “Take it to the house, kid.”

TimTheTatman, Los Angeles defensive lineman Aaron Donald, former 49ers quarterback Steve Young, current 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey are among others who implore Bunchie Young to “take it to the house.”

Young then runs by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, U.S. Women’s World Cup star Carli Lloyd and New England Patriots wideout Julian Edelman, among others.

The commercial takes Young through New Orleans, where current Saints players Alvin Kamara and Drew Brees and make an appearance, and then New York, where current Giants running back Saquon Barkley and Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis appear.

Finally, Young arrives at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, where members of the NFL’s all-time team such as Barry Sanders, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning greet him.


The commercial then finishes live at the Super Bowl LIV, with Young leading other youth football players representing each of the league’s 32 teams onto the field before kickoff.

So, who exactly appeared in the commercial? Read below for the cast -- and if you missed it, check out the full three-minute video below.

• Jim Brown

• TimTheTatMan

• Joey Bosa

• Aaron Donald

• Jalen Ramsey

• Derwin James

• Steve Young

• Joe Montana

• Jimmy Garoppolo

• Christian McCaffrey

• Nyjah Huston

• Julian Edelman

• Carli Lloyd

• Jerry Jones

• Alvin Kamara

• Drew Brees

• Saquon Barkley

• Justin Tuck

• Ray Lewis

• Mark Ingram


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Super Bowl LIV NFL 100 commercial connects football's generations

Joe Amon for ESPN

Super Bowl LIV is a culmination of the NFL's 100th season. The league opened the Super Bowl with a star-studded commercial that led to a young player taking the game ball from 97-year-old Virginia McCaskey, the Chicago Bears' owner, and bringing it to midfield.

The young player carrying the ball was Bunchie Young. He is from the Los Angeles area and not even a teenager yet. And, yes, he is that good at football.

Among the past and current NFL stars in the ad were Jim Brown, Aaron Donald, Joey Bosa, Jalen Ramsey, Derwin James, Steve Young, Joe Montana, Jimmy Garoppolo, Christian McCaffrey, Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara, Saquon Barkley, Justin Tuck, Ray Lewis, Mark Ingram II, Brett Favre, Anthony Munoz, Barry Sanders, Ed Reed, Jerry Rice and Peyton Manning. The ad also included a tribute to Pat Tillman.

The commercial was coined the "Next 100." The ad came one year after last season's ad featuring stars from the previous 100 years of the NFL.

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