Hall-of-Fame voter and ESPN national correspondent Sal Paolantonio explains why he wanted to write a story … now a book … about the 2017 Philadelphia Eagles.
Hall-of-Fame candidate Champ Bailey singles out the one receiver who gave him the most trouble during his career.
NFL historian John Turney digs into the numbers to explain why former Kansas City star Johnny Robinson should be an easy choice in 2019 for Pro Football Hall-of-Fame voters.
Evaluating the chances of former cornerback Champ Bailey making it to Canton as a first-ballot choice. in 2019
Hall-of-Fame linebacker Andre Tippett cautions Canton against changing its rules because of Terrell Owens’ boycott of this month’s induction ceremony.
Baltimore GM Ozzie Newsome recalls the one play that he believes “defined” Hall-of-Famer Ray Lewis as a player and the Baltimore Ravens as a premier defense and team.
There’s an easy solution for the Pro Football Hall of Fame to address future no-shows for induction, and we have it on this week’s Talk of Fame Network podcast.
Terrell Owens’ collegiate coach, Buddy Green, tells the Talk of Fame Network how “important” Owens’ Hall of Fame celebration in Chattanooga was to the former wide receiver.
Hall-of-Fame quarterback John Elway, now the Broncos’ GM, details on this week’s Talk of Fame Network podcast why owner Pat Bowlen should be chosen as one of the two contributor candidates for Canton in 2019
Hall-of-Fame wide receiver Lance Alworth makes a Hall-of-Fame case for former Kansas City Chiefs’ star safety Johnny Robinson.
Terrell Owens missed a night of celebration and appreciation when the Class of 2018 was presented in Canton.
Former 49ers’ star Dwight Clark is remembered one last time in San Francisco in “a celebration” of his life … and it is perfect.
Reciting five of the biggest moments in the Hall of Fame career of former Bears’ linebacker Brian Urlacher.
There were so many great achievements during Bobby Beathard’s Hall-of-Fame career in the NFL that it would be hard to choose five. Nevertheless, we tried.
NFL historian John Turney of Pro Football Journal ranks his top 50 4-3 defensive ends of all time.