My dog used to be an extremely aggressive chewer before she became elderly. Our saving grace was a company called Nylabone. They make hard plastic chewing toys in a variety of sizes and shapes. We still had to check the toys frequently for dangerous, sharp bits that she had created, and we would throw them away after they became too small, but one bone would last her at least 5 months of near-daily use and she never broke one.
In addition to that, we would give her Kong toys. With the Kong brand, she only got to play with the toys while someone was home and able to keep an eye on her (usually while cooking or watching tv, if not actively playing with her). If we noticed that she was getting too aggressive, we would take it and switch it out for a Nylabone.
Since she was crated during the day, she had cheap plush blankets. We were lucky that when she would chew them she didn't like to swallow the pieces, so it wasn't a problem for us to just replace them when they were destroyed and let her go to town.
We also had a collection of active play toys (tug ropes, frisbee, balls, etc.), but the key there was that she only got to use them with a human, where the game wasn't about her sitting and tearing it apart anyway.