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Who is winning the NFL offseason?
NFL looks to Notre Dame for tight ends
The best non-combine player of all-time? It’s James Harrison
The decision that changed Paul Warfield’s career and helped make him a Hall-of-Fame wide receiver was immediate, with the Browns taking a leap of faith the first time they saw their first-round draft pick.
With Dwight Clark’s announcement that he has been diagnosed with ALS, the Talk of Fame Network posts its 2015 interview with him where he is as candid as he is charming, addressing subjects like Eddie DeBartolo, Joe Montana, Tom Brady and the 49ers.
So misery loves company. Well, then, color the Washington Redskins tickled pink. Once upon a time, and not too long ago, the Redskins were the leading actors in Free Agents Gone Wrong. Their 2009 signing of defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth generally is regarded as the worst example of free-agent spending … or overspending … since that …
Leon Hart became the first overall selection of the 1950 NFL draft by the Detroit Lions, one of only four Golden Domers selected No. 1 overall in a draft. But there have been five other Notre Dame tight ends selected in the first round and four more in the second.
No one paid attention to James Harrison when he was coming out of Kent State in 2002. But he’s got everyone’s attention now. In our weekly Talk of Fame Network poll, we asked listeners and readers the best non-combine player of all-time and gave them a slate of candidates that included Hall of Famers, all-decade …
Leroy Butler was an all-decade starting safety. Yet he not only hasn’t been discussed as a Hall-of-Fame finalist. He’s never been a Hall-of-Fame semifinalist, and that’s one wrong that needs to be corrected … now.