Carolina tight end Greg Olsen believes the strength of the NFC South rests in the strength of its quarterbacks.
Former tackle Willie Roaf insists he wouldn’t be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame were it not for a decision he made following the 2001 season.
Carolina coach Ron Rivera says the 2017 Panthers can be “whatever we want to be.”
Carolina coach Ron Rivera said if he had a chance to give someone a pass to Canton … someone not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame … it would be former quarterback Jim Plunkett.
There are a lot of people who wonder why former Cincinnati quarterback Ken Anderson isn’t in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but Ken Anderson isn’t one of them.
Coach Hue Jackson has a simple message for long-suffering Cleveland Browns’ fans: “It’s going to be different,” he said of the 2017 season.
Most persons believe Hall-of-Fame coach Bill Walsh is responsible for jump-starting the career of former Bengals’ quarterback Ken Anderson, but Anderson insists more credit should be given to former assistant Lindy Infante.
Hall-of-Famer Yale Lary of the Detroit Lions died Friday morning at the age of 86.
The NFL should have a modern-era official in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and former director of officiating Art McNally should be the first to be inducted.
San Francisco GM John Lynch is not concerned about first-round draft pick Reuben Foster’s character — telling the Talk of Fame Network it “is one of his strong traits.”
Former Dallas wide receiver Drew Pearson reveals what provoked him to rile up fans at the 2017 NFL draft in Philadelphia when he announced the Cowboys’ second-round pick.
San Francisco GM John Lynch, a four-time Hall-of-Fame finalist, tells the Talk of Fame Network why third-round draft pick C.J. Beathard reminds the team of Washington’s Kirk Cousins.
Former Dallas wide receiver Drew Pearson shook up the NFL draft with his introduction of the Cowboys’ second-round choice — and maybe, just maybe, he woke up Hall-of-Fame voters in the process.
Former Philadelphia and Cleveland executive Joe Banner casts his Hall-of-Fame vote for Donovan McNabb, whom, he said, was the Eagles’ top-rated quarterback (over Tim Couch) in the 1999 NFL draft.
Upton Bell described how his father, former NFL commissioner Bert Bell, discovered “football’s version of the theory of relativity” when he conceived of the NFL draft.