Between the 1990 and 1999 seasons, 25 players were tied for the fewest intercepted passes, with 0 interceptions. The first three are Rabih Abdullah, Rahim Abdullah and Chris Akins.

who led the league in most passing interceptions from 1990 to 1999
AbdullahAbdullahAkinsAndersenAndersonArmourArtmoreAtkinsAzumahBaileyBaileyBakerBarberBarnesBarnesBartholomewBartonBasnightBatesBellBellBennettBlaise00000000000000000000000
NAMEGPINTCMPATTPCTYDSAVGYDS/GTDTD%INT%SCKSCKYRATE
Rabih AbdullahRabih Abdullah1500000.0000
Rahim AbdullahRahim Abdullah1600000.0000
Chris AkinsChris Akins900000.0000
Jason AndersenJason Andersen900000.0000
Ken AndersonKen Anderson200000.0000
JoJuan ArmourJoJuan Armour200000.0000
Rodney ArtmoreRodney Artmore500000.0000
Larry AtkinsLarry Atkins900000.0000
Jerry AzumahJerry Azumah1600000.0000
Champ BaileyChamp Bailey1600000.0000
Karsten BaileyKarsten Bailey200000.0000
Eugene BakerEugene Baker300000.0000
Kantroy BarberKantroy Barber200000.0000
Lionel BarnesLionel Barnes300000.0000
Pat BarnesPat Barnes100000.0000
Brent BartholomewBrent Bartholomew200000.0000
Eric BartonEric Barton1600000.0000
Michael BasnightMichael Basnight1300000.0000
D'Wayne BatesD'Wayne Bates700000.0000
Shonn BellShonn Bell200000.0000
Tyrone BellTyrone Bell100000.0000
Sean BennettSean Bennett900000.0000
Kerlin BlaiseKerlin Blaise1600000.0000
Dre' BlyDre' Bly1600000.0000
Marty BookerMarty Booker900000.0000
StatMuse has season-level data for intercepted passes going back to the 1932 season.

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