Star pass rusher Elvis Dumervil retired from the NFL last month with plenty of gas left in the tank. Why? He explains on the latest Talk of Fame Network broadcast.
Rozelle award winner Andrea Kremer reflects on her Hall-of-Fame recognition and reveals the best advice she was ever given.
Former TV executive Dick Ebersol explains how Hall-of-Fame nominee Pat Bowlen “changed pro football forever in the last 25 years.”
Hall-of-Fame nominee Gil Brandt reveals how IBM turned the Cowboys on to the use of computerized scouting in the 1960s, a process that revolutionized the game.
Former Chiefs’ assistant Tom Pratt explains why Hall-of-Fame nominee Johnny Robinson was the toughest player he ever coached.
Hall-of-Fame voter and ESPN national correspondent Sal Paolantonio explains why he wanted to write a story … now a book … about the 2017 Philadelphia Eagles.
Hall-of-Fame candidate Champ Bailey singles out the one receiver who gave him the most trouble during his career.
Hall-of-Fame linebacker Andre Tippett cautions Canton against changing its rules because of Terrell Owens’ boycott of this month’s induction ceremony.
Baltimore GM Ozzie Newsome recalls the one play that he believes “defined” Hall-of-Famer Ray Lewis as a player and the Baltimore Ravens as a premier defense and team.
Terrell Owens’ collegiate coach, Buddy Green, tells the Talk of Fame Network how “important” Owens’ Hall of Fame celebration in Chattanooga was to the former wide receiver.
Former 49ers’ assistant George Stewart, now the special-teams coordinator with the Chargers, explains how he earned the trust of Terrell Owens — a soon-to-be-Hall of Fame Stewart will present in Canton this summer.
Former Rams’ safety Nolan Cromwell talks about the one play from his career that continues to “haunt” him to this day.
Charean Williams explains how she overcame numerous obstacles as a female sportswriter covering the NFL to make it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Former NFL coach Mike Martz, now the head coach of San Diego’s entry in the Alliance of American Football, explains why his hometown is ready for spring football.
Former Rams’ and Eagles’ quarterback Roman Gabriel says he hasn’t given his snub by Pro Football Hall of Fame voters “a whole lot of thought.” Here’s why.