Former Atlanta linebacker Tommy Nobis died Wednesday at 74. In remembrance of Nobis, we reprint a “State Your Case” article pushing for his inclusion in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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Known as Ground Chuck for his penchant for running the football, Chuck Knox became the first coach to win division titles with three different franchise.

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LeRoy Butler intercepted 38 career passes and won a Super Bowl with the 1996 Packers. He became the first defensive back in NFL history to join the 20/20 club with 20-plus interceptions and 20-plus sacks (20 ½).

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Pro Bowl WR Amari Cooper had a 210-yard receiving game against Kansas City this season. But he has only 289 yards in the other 11 games he has played.

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Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalist Alan Faneca, a two-time finalist for the Hall, explains how he would make his case to convince voters that he belongs in Canton.

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Is Randy Moss a first ballot Hall of Famer? That probably depends on how you look at things. What should not be in question is that he belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But when? In the opinion of some, there are Pro Football Hall of Famers, and there are “first-ballot Hall of …

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First-time semifinalist Simeon Rice tells the Talk of Fame Network why he believes his career was Hall-of-Fame worthy.

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With MVP candidate Carson Wentz lost for the season, the NFC playoff picture suddenly is more wide open than it’s ever been.

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It’s East vs. West in the NFC as the Eagles and Rams compete for playoff positioning.

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There have been 193 games played in the NFL this season and road teams have been assessed 101 more penalties than home teams for 579 more yards.

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Everson Walls ranks fifth all-time among pure cornerbacks with 57 interceptions. That’s as many as Hall of Famer and Mel Blount and more then Deion Sanders, Darrell Green or Charles Woodson.

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Former Steelers’ All-Pro Alan Faneca is hopeful the knock on his hotel room door next February won’t be the maid this time after the HOF votes are counted.

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It’s time the NFL made the punishments fit the crimes when it comes to violent hits.

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Randy Moss set an NFL single-season record with his 23 receiving touchdowns in 2007 and also ranks second to Jerry Rice in both career 1,000-yard seasons (10) and 100-yard games (64).

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The best pass rusher and cover cornerback on the Seattle Seahawks are out, as is Pro Bowl safety Kam Chancellor. But linebacker Bobby Wagner is still on the field so the aura of the Legion of Boom lives on.

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