Wisconsin’s Ron Dayne was one of the most decorated running backs in college football history, but one thing missing from his resume was a college degree … until this year. Dayne tells the Talk of Fame Network where he ranks it among his accomplishment.
New England’s Devin McCourty, an active member of the NFL Players’ Coalition, explains why he disagrees with Houston owner Bob McNair’s statement that “playing fields are not places for political statements.”
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.
Hall-of-Fame linebacker Kevin Greene was one of the first NFL players to reap the benefits of free agency, and he likes what the system has done for players. But is it good for the game itself? Ah, that’s where he’s not so sure.