In an exclusive interview with the Talk of Fame Network, former NFL commissioner and Hall-of-Fame finalist Paul Tagliabue apologized for remarks he made in 1994 about concussions, calling his language “intemperate and a mistake.“
Hall-of-Fame safety Kenny Houston believes that longevity does matter when talking about Hall-of-Fame candidates and that it “should apply” in the case of this year’s senior choice, former Seattle star Kenny Easley.
Kurt Warner is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017, and he’s a popular pick to make it. But it’s not the Hall or his accomplishments, he says, that defines what his career was all about.
Hall-of-Fame quarterback Dan Fouts is now a Hall-of-Fame voter, and he knows plenty about senior candidate Kenny Easley. “I always thought of him as a great pain,” said Fouts, who played against the former Seattle safety, “and that’s a compliment from a quarterback.”
Former Jacksonville tackle Tony Boselli doesn’t like to talk about himself or his career, but he had no choice when we interviewed him on the latest Talk of Fame Network broadcast — asking him to detail what makes him Hall-of-Fame worthy.
Former Seattle safety Kenny Easley is a Hall-of-Fame nominee for the Class of 2017, but longevity is an issue for the senior nominee. It shouldn’t be, he tells the Talk of Fame Network, and he explains why.