State Your Case: Is Randy Moss a first-ballot HOFer?

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State Your Case: Bo knows HOF

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State Your Case: Art Powell had a HOF career and a HOF life

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Howard Cosell once called Russ Francis “the world’s greatest tight end.” He was a three-time All-Pro recruited by 49ers’ head coach Bill Walsh to come and play for him even though he’d retired from pro football after only six seasons. He was a transcendent star. Was he also really the best tight end ever?

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Jerry Kramer has been a Hall-of-Fame finalist 11 times, including twice as a senior committee nominee. He is only the fifth player with 10 or more appearances as a finalist. Will he finally get to Canton and make his first visit to the Hall of Fame this year? Our Hall-of-Fame voters, Ron Borges, Rick Gosselin …

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Brian Urlacher and Ray Lewis are both All-Decade middle linebackers. Will they both be enshrined in Canton this year?

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Will this be the year defensive backs finally get a fair shake from Hall of Fame voters?

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Offensive linemen tend to do their best work in a crowd. Fittingly then, Saturday five Hall of Fame worthy linemen will form the most crowded field of Hall of Fame nominees when the new class of inductees are voted on the day before Super Bowl LII. Tony Boselli, Joe Jacoby, Alan Faneca, Steve Hutchinson and …

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Terrell Owens, Randy Moss and Isaac Bruce are all Hall of Fame finalists. Will one of them make it to enshrinement this year?

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How Tony Dungy brought an underdog Tampa Bay Bucs to the brnk of the Super Bowl in 1999.

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Is Ray Lewis a first-ballot Hall of Famer and the best middle linebacker to ever play pro football? Just ask him.

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Tony Dungy paid an emotional visit back to Tampa in 2003, his first as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts after having been fired by the Buccaneers two years earlier. In today’s Talk of Fame Network podcast, Dungy recalls his feelings as one quarter slipped into the next, and his new team fell behind, 28-7, …

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Tony Dungy recalls bitter loss to the Patriots in 2003 AFC title game.

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In Episode 2 of our new podcast Hall of Fame head coach Tony Dungy recalled the victory he had begun to wonder would ever come, the Indianapolis Colts 2006 come-from-behind AFC Championship game against his long-time nemesis, the New England Patriots. Tony talks not only about the importance of the game to both Peyton Manning …

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Boyd Dowler was an All-Decade receiver in the 1960s but who remembers him today? Not many people but Vince Lombardi and Bart Starr never forgot him when the game was on the line.

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The Talk of Fame Network’s new podcast kicks off this week with Hall-of-Fame coach Tony Dungy recalling the five of the biggest games of his career — beginning Monday with a look back at his historic 2007 Super Bowl win. That was not only a 28-17 victory for Peyton Manning and the Colts over the …

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Jerry Kramer is a Hall of Fame nominee for a record 11th time. Joe Jacoby is in his final year of eligibility. Ex-NFL GM’s Ernie Accorsi and Charlie Casserly believe their time has come for induction.

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The Steelers used to ride the bus when Jerome Bettis was in Pittsburgh. Now they can’t fit enough bodies under the one Ben Roethlisberger is driving. Twice in the span of a month the Steelers’ quarterback went public with excuses for failure that pointed directly at Pittsburgh’s coaching staff in general and offensive coordinator Todd …

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