#86 Bob Reynolds
Reynolds played in nine, and a very small part in a 10th season with the Cardinals from 1963-1973 over 11 seasons. The left tackle was drafted by the Cardinals in second round of 1963 NFL Draft and in the fourth round of the 1963 AFL Draft by the Boston Patriots.
Choosing to go with the Cardinals, where he played his first nine seasons, before ironically going and playing for the New England Patriots in 1972. In 1973, he played in seven games for the Patriots and one with the Cardinals before retirement.
Reynolds made the Pro Bowl in three seasons, 1966, 1968, and 1969. He played in all 14 games for the Cardinals from ’68 to 1971.
He played left tackle in the Pro Bowls along with other left tackles, Minnesota’s Grady Alderman and Green Bay’s Bob Skronski. Of course others guys like Pittsburgh Steelers Joe Green and Chicago Bears Dick Butkus were also Pro Bowlers during those seasons as well.