J.T. O'Sullivan has played for ten different teams: New Orleans Saints (2002-04); Green Bay Packers (2004); Chicago Bears (2005, 2007); Minnesota Vikings (2005); New England Patriots (2006); Carolina Panthers (2006); Detroit Lions (2007); San Francisco 49ers (2008); Cincinnati Bengals (2009); San Diego Chargers (2010)See Related LinksJeff George has "played" for 7 different teams: Colts - 4 Seasons Falcons - 3 Raiders - 2 Vikings - 1 Redskins - 2 Seahawks - 2 (no game stats though) Bears - 2 (no game stats though)
Jeff Brady Linebacker, has played with 8 teams: Steelers, Packers, L.A. Rams, Chargers, Bucs, Vikings, Panthers and Colts. However, I wouldn't be surprised if someone else played for more teams before they started keeping such stats.
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The Pro Football Historical Abstract by Stan Lahman mentions that one Tillie Voss played for 11 different teams during the '20s. A visit to www.nfl.com's Historical Players index confirms that in his nine-year career, Voss played at least one game for each of the following: Buffalo Bisons, Dayton Triangles, Chicago Bears, New York Giants, Detroit Panthers, Green Bay Packers, Toledo Maroons, Akron Pros, Rock Island Independents, Buffalo All-Americans and Detroit Tigers.
Kenny lofton i think. he's played for 11 different teams
Mike Sillinger played for 12 different teams (Detroit, Anaheim, Vancouver, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Florida, Ottawa, Columbus, Phoenix, St.Louis, Nashville and the NY Islanders)
No. As of the end of the 2007 season Mike Morgan, a pitcher whose career spanned 1978-2002, played for 12 different teams and that is the most teams one player has played for in MLB history.
RANDY MOSS, PATS, VIKINGS, TITANS!! all in 8 weeks.
Robert Horry and your face
The current record is Octavio Dotel who currently has pitched for 13 teams from 1999 to the present.
Mike Sillinger - 12 teams started in Detroit ended in long island, NY
There were a few different teams in different leagues and most were named the Yankees. The short answer is that there was the baseball team, 7 football teams in different leagues (one being the football Giants) and the Generals and Cosmos were soccer teams.
Linebacker Matt Milan is the only player to earn Super Bowl rings with three different teams -- the Raiders, the 49ers and the Redskins.
Randy Moss. 3 teams in 5 weeks of the2010-2011 season
Charles Haley played on the most winning Super Bowl teams, with San Francisco, XXIII-XXIV; Dallas, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX according to Superbowl.com
Mike Morgan played for 12 franchises from 1978-2002, more than any other player.
How many different NBA teams
The most obvious is probably Shaq He played for the Magic,Lakers,Heat,Suns,Cavs, and Celtics
Andy Cole has played for 7 Premier League teams, Newcastle Utd, Manchester Utd, Blackburn Rovers, Manchester City, Fullham, Portsmouth and Sunderland
I don't know maybe Eli manning
Ron Villone. Villone played 15 seasons (1995-2009) for 12 different teams (Mariners, Padres, Reds, Yankees, Astros, Brewers, Rockies, Pirates, Cardinals, Nationals, Indians, and Marlins) and pitched in 717 games. Mike Morgan also played for 12 different teams during his career and pitched in 597 games.
Randy Moss? Patriots, Vikings and Titans in 2010 season.
Chucky Brown played for 11 teams between 89-01