The Denver Broncos “No Fly Zone” is one of the most intimidating secondaries in recent NFL history, but the trio of Chris Harris Jr., Aqib Talib and Bradley Roby only begin to scratch the surface when we start talking about the franchise’s all-time best cornerbacks (Spoiler: Only one of the three made the list)

Between the Orange Crush, the 90s Super Bowl team and last year’s historic unit, the Broncos have had their fair share of great defenses, and it’s often started in the secondary.

With that said, here are the five best cornerbacks in Denver Broncos history:

(Note: The player had to spend the majority of their career in Denver at cornerback, not safety)

5. Ray Crockett

YEARS WITH BRONCOS: 1994-2000 (7 seasons) 

STATS WITH BRONCOS: 17 interceptions; 2 touchdowns; 429 tackles; 10.5 sacks

CAREER ACCOLADES: 2-time Super Bowl champion

Ray Crockett spent half his career outside of Denver, but he was in the orange and blue when it mattered: in 1997 and 1998, when he helped lead the Broncos to two Super Bowls at cornerback.

Over the course of his seven-year career with the Broncos, Crockett started 104 career games and was a focal point of Denver’s championship defense.

Crockett never made a Pro Bowl or was named to an All-Pro team, but he was a three-time defensive player of the week, and his consistency was huge for the Denver Broncos during their championship runs.