Archie manning is all i can think of off the top of my head
There are many. Probably the most famous are Peyton and Eli Manning, who are both sons of Archie Manning.
1. Dick Nolan (San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints). 2. Forrest Gregg (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers). 3. Jack Patera (Seattle Seahawks). 4. Monte Clark (San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions) 5. Dan Reeves (Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons). 6. Mike Ditka (Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints). 7. Jack Del Rio (Jacksonville Jaguars). 8. Jason Garrett (Dallas Cowboys).
Of the 30 current NBA head coaches, a staggering 22 have previous NBA playing experience:Mike Woodson, Atlanta HawksDoc Rivers, Boston CelticsVinnie Del Negro, Chicago BullsRick Carlisle, Dallas MavericksGeorge Karl, Denver Nuggets (NBA and ABA)Michael Curry, Detroit PistonsDon Nelson, Golden State WarriorsRick Adelman, Houston RocketsMike Dunleavy Sr., Los Angeles ClippersPhil Jackson, Los Angeles LakersMarc Iavaroni, Memphis GrizzliesScott Skiles, Milwaukee BucksRandy Wittman, Minnesota TimberwolvesByron Scott, New Orleans HornetsMike D'Antoni, New York KnicksMaurice Cheeks, Philadelphia 76ersTerry Porter, Phoenix SunsNate McMillan, Portland Trail BlazersReggie Theus, Sacramento KingsSam Mitchell, Toronto RaptorsJerry Sloan, Utah JazzEddie Jordan, Washington WizardsAdditionally, Larry Brown of the Charlotte Bobcats never played in the NBA but did play in the ABA.
Through the 2009 season, 33 alumni of Ohio University have played in at least one game in the NFL. In the 2009 season, there were 4 former Bobcats that played in the NFL: 1) OG Jonathan Goodwin - New Orleans Saints 2) P Dave Zastudil - Cleveland Browns 3) DT Landon Cohen - Detroit Lions 4) DB Michael Mitchell - Oakland Raiders The former Bobcat with the longest career in the NFL is LB Vince Costello who played 12 seasons (1957-1968) for the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants.