Larry Allen, Lance Alworth, Brett Favre, Forrest Gregg, Jack Ham…Who was the greatest second-round NFL draft pick ever?

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With the 2015 NFL Draft fast approaching, Clark, Ron, & Rick are revisiting some of the greatest picks of all time. The Talk of Fame fantasy Draft is underway…History, you are on the clock!

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Who was the greatest third-round NFL draft pick ever? MLB Ray Nitschke. Selected by Green Bay in 1958, Nitschke became the toothless face of a Packers defense that would send six players to Canton and help Green Bay win five NFL titles in a span of seven years (1961-67). Green Bay allowed the fewest points …

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This week, we revisit our conversation with Tim Brown on the heels of his long awaited and much deserved election to the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in January.
“It’s a big, big deal, it really is. To add one more Raider to the notch (the Hall of Fame) … it’s a beautiful thing.”

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Norm Van Brocklin, Jerry Kramer, Morten Andersen, Charles Haley, Chris Carter… Who was the greatest fourth-round NFL draft pick ever?

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Mike Webster, Dick Lebeau, Kevin Greene, Zach Thomas, or Robert Mathis? Click HERE to get informed and CAST YOUR VOTE!

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Former NFL Safety and NBC Football Night In America Analyst Rodney Harrison, and Green Bay Packers Center Corey Linsley Join The Show

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Who was the greatest sixth-round NFL draft pick ever? S Jack Christiansen. Selected by Detroit in 1951, Christiansen is the only sixth-round draft pick ever enshrined in Canton. He was the leader of one of the best NFL defensive backfields ever assembled – Chris’ Crew (along with Hall of Famer Yale Lary, Jim David and …

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  Who was the greatest seventh-round NFL draft pick ever? MLB Joe Schmidt. Selected by the Detroit Lions in 1953, Schmidt became one of the first true middle linebackers as we know the position today. In the mid-1950s the NFL stood up the nose tackle in 5-2 fronts and backed him off the line, creating …

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  Talk of Fame Network Apparently, Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown has more admirers in high places than Jerry Rice. It was Brown, you might remember, whom Rice last year cited as the game’s top receiver when we tracked down the Hall of Famer on the Talk of Fame Network. And now it’s New York Giants’ wide receiver …

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That’s right!  The Talk of Fame Network is now on iTunes!  You can listen to this week’s show as well as all of our past shows and interviews!  Click The image to check it out!

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What was the best team never to reach a Super Bowl? 1967 Dallas Cowboys – The Cowboys had an explosive big-play offense with Hall of Famer Bob Hayes and an emerging Doomsday Defense with Bob Lilly, Lee Roy Jordan, Chuck Howley and Mel Renfro.  They discarded the Rams in the NFC semifinals, then went to Green …

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(Photos courtesy of the Green Bay Packers) Talk of Fame Network It’s a logical question. Ron Wolf was such a superb judge of talent he was elected to the Hall of Fame. But it’s also a loaded question. As general manager of the Green Bay Packers, Wolf swung the deal that delivered Brett Favre to …

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(Photo courtesy of the Green Bay Packers) Talk of Fame Network Ron Wolf was one of the best talent evaluators in the history of pro football, so when he speaks people listen. And when Wolf, who was named to the Hall of Fame Class of 2015, told the Talk of Fame Network’s radio broadcast how …

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What was the best team never to win a Super Bowl? 1969 Vikings – QB Joe Kapp was the MVP, the 12-2 Vikings led the league in points on offense and the Purple People Eaters allowed the fewest points on defense. Minnesota was a 12-point favorite but lost the Super Bowl to Kansas City, 23-7. …

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