First-time semifinalist Simeon Rice tells the Talk of Fame Network why he believes his career was Hall-of-Fame worthy.
With MVP candidate Carson Wentz lost for the season, the NFC playoff picture suddenly is more wide open than it’s ever been.
It’s East vs. West in the NFC as the Eagles and Rams compete for playoff positioning.
Former tackle Tony Boselli says he didn’t realize how much reaching the Pro Football Hall of Fame means to him until he was a finalist for Canton in 2017.
Why Hall-of-Fame semifinalist belongs in Canton … hopefully, sooner rather than later.
Hall-of-Fame semifinalist Richard Seymour details why he liked playing so much for New England coach Bill Belichick.
Why it’s downright critical for the Saints and Vikings to gain homefield advantage if they’re serious about going to the Super Bowl.
Philadelphia begins a tough two-week road swing in Seattle, where the Seahawks are fighting to stay alive in the playoff picture.
If all-decade returner Mel Gray were to choose one returner for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame — other than himself, of course — it would be Brian Mitchell.
Nobody is flying higher than the Philadelphia Eagles, but beware the road, Eagles’ fans. There are a couple of major hurdles in the next two weeks.
So who’s the next best NFC team to Philadelphia and Minnesota? We’re about to find out.
What’s the impact Hall-of-Fame semifinalist Ray Lewis has on Brian Urlacher? Who’s a darkhorse who could reach the finals? What happens to Joe Jacoby and Leslie O’Neal? All those questions are answered … here.
Former linebacker Ray Lewis heads the list of 27 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018.
Former nose tackle Fred Smerlas doesn’t need someone to tell he’s Hall-of-Fame worthy. He knows how good he was. And he was outstanding.
Former Jacksonville running back Fred Taylor explains why he took his Hall-of-Fame case to social media last summer.