The best quarterback who played in the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) was Eldridge Dickey, say Art Shell and James Harris.
The advice that Grambling’s Eddie Robinson gave James Harris that helped Harris break down racial barriers at quarterback in the NFL.
Former offensive tackle George Kunz describes what made playing with quarterback Bert Jones so special when the two were teamed on the Baltimore Colts.
John Elway explains why he believes Denver owner Pat Bowlen belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Former fullback Lorenzo Neal spent five years opening holes for LaDainian Tomlinson, but, still, he admits he was “surprised” to be asked to introduce L.T. at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Atlanta coach Dan Quinn reveals what makes his star receiver, Julio Jones, so “unique.”
Atlanta’s Matt Ryan explains how the Falcons can draw strength from the NBA Golden State Warriors in trying to overcome the dreaded Super Bowl “curse.”
Marty Hurney explains why he decided to return as Carolina’s “interim” general manager nearly five years after the club fired him.
Hall-of-Famer Joe Namath tells the Talk of Fame Network why former Patriots’ star Babe Parilli, who died Saturday at 87, was “the first quarterback I paid a whole lot of mind to.”
Aaron Rodgers explains the secret to his success throwing Hail Marys.
Hall-of-Fame linebacker Joe Schmidt doesn’t like the direction the NFL is going, saying the game is “deteriorating.”
Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell explains why he believes his quarterback, Matt Stafford, is special.
Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers dishes on the quality he most values in a quarterback.
Miami coach Adam Gase explains what he likes best about quarterback Ryan Tannehill and what he expects from hi in 2017.
Former New York Jets’ great Joe Klecko explains why he’s “not frustrated at all” with his failure to reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame.