The Titans Get the most interceptions
Baltimore LB Don Shinnick holds the record all-time record for linebackers with 37 career interceptions. Shinnick played from 1957-1969. Amongst active players, Ray Lewis leads the league with 29 career interceptions. Source: Playerfilter
the Chicago bears because of all their interceptions
In 1962, George Blanda threw 42 interceptions while playing for the Houston Oilers.
The RAIDERS baby!
Paul Krause with 81 career interceptions.
The NFL career leader in Interceptions is former Redskins/Vikings Safety Paul Krause (1964-1979). He has 81 career interceptions. He was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1998.
Ty Law spent the 2005 season with the New York Jets. He was tied, with Deltha O'Neal of the Bengals, for the league lead in interceptions that season with 10.
In the NFL through the 2010 season, that is Don Shinnick who played with the Baltimore Colts from 1957-1969 and had 37 career interceptions. He was tied for the NFL lead in interceptions in 1959 with 7.