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Who is the best tight end of this generation?

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Who’s the No. 1 draft pick in fantasy football?

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Looks like an uphill climb for the Texans

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When people talk about the best and brightest NFL quarterbacks of all time, they sometimes forget to include former Cleveland great Otto Graham … and that, says former Browns’ receiver Dub Jones, is a mistake. “He was a dominant quarterback for 10 years,” he said on this week’s Talk of Fame Network broadcast.

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Talk of Fame Network A University of Connecticut Law School professor and Harvard Law School graduate provided MassLive with an interesting and unbiased assessment of what may be going on behind closed doors in Judge Richard Berman’s chambers as “Deflategate” continues unresolved. And it doesn’t sound good for Tom Brady. According to MassLive’s Kevin Duffy, …

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Dub Jones caught passes on championship teams in Cleveland in the 1940s and ’50s and then called the plays for another Cleveland team that would win the last championship in franchise history in 1964.

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(The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Joe Horrigan) By Clark Judge Talk of Fame Network In the wake of Sydney Seau’s emotional and abbreviated address at last weekend’s Hall of Fame ceremony, there have been calls for the Hall to change or discard a five-year-old policy preventing relatives of deceased inductees from making prolonged speeches …

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Who’s the best player ever to come out of the All-America Football Conference — Otto Graham? Y.A. Tittle? Joe “The Jet” Perry? Vote now!

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Of the 112 division champions since the NFL realigned in 2002, only repeated the next season. Consider the Carolina Panthers a team in jeopardy in 2015.

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Todd Christensen was never supposed to be a tight end. But when he agreed to play the position, he played it better than almost anyone in the game — with pass-catching numbers rivaling Hall-of-Famer Kellen Winslow.

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Former NFL star Frank Gifford has died at 84, and how appropriate that we celebrate him on Hall-of-Fame weekend. Because he led a Hall-of-Fame life.

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Junior Seau played 20 concussive years in the NFL … and became “the gold standard by which all linebackers of his era were measured.”

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Former teammate Fran Tarkenton both presented and spoke for Mick Tingelhoff at his Hall of Fame induction.

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Tim Brown and Charles Haley both started their careers in the Bay Area but finished them in Canton.

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It was a homecoming for Jerome Bettis at Saturday’s Hall of Fame induction, but he shared the stage with the remarkable Sydney Seau, daughter of the late Junior Seau. “You really saw the character of her father in her,” Bettis said after she remembered her Dad.

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame adds eight more members Saturday night, and we asked them if they had one vote to cast for someone not in Canton whom they would choose. These are their responses.

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There are few people as bothered by what happened to Aldon Smith as former San Francisco and Dallas pass rusher Charles Haley, who goes into the Hall of Fame Saturday. The reason? “He’s me,” said Haley, who worked with Smith and understands what he’s going through.

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Former Chiefs QB Len Dawson recalls 66-24 exhibition victory over Bears in 1967 in KC’s first game versus an NFL team since Super Bowl I.

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