Hall-of-Fame semifinalist Steve Atwater believes the induction of Seattle’s Kenny Easley in 2017 will open the doors in Canton to more safeties in the future.
Former Atlanta linebacker Tommy Nobis died Wednesday at 74. In remembrance of Nobis, we reprint a “State Your Case” article pushing for his inclusion in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalist Alan Faneca, a two-time finalist for the Hall, explains how he would make his case to convince voters that he belongs in Canton.
First-time semifinalist Simeon Rice tells the Talk of Fame Network why he believes his career was Hall-of-Fame worthy.
Former linebacker Ray Lewis heads the list of 27 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018.
Former Oakland Raiders’ great Raymond Chester believes the Pro Football Hall of Fame needs to take “a hard look” at promoting senior candidates who have slipped through the cracks.
Hall-of-Famer Curley Culp explains why his former teammates, Johnny Robinson of Kansas City and Robert Brazile of Houston, should be serious candidates for Canton.
Is Ty Law the next cornerback to be chosen to the Pro Football Hall of Fame? John Turney of Pro Football Journal looks at the cornerbacks most eligible for induction to Canton.
Denver owner Pat Bowlen will be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day, but is 2018 the year?
The NFL should have a modern-era official in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and former director of officiating Art McNally should be the first to be inducted.
Why does Tim Brown bow down every time he runs into former coach Lou Holtz? Because Holtz saved his football career, Brown said, and helped mold him into a Heisman Trophy winner and Hall of Famer.
Green Bay great Paul Hornung calls the failure of former teammate Jerry Kramer to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame “the greatest injustice I’ve ever seen in the NFL.”
Former NFLPA president Tom Condon, today one of the most powerful player representatives in professional sports, explains why he would support the Hall-of-Fame candidacy of Paul Tagliabue.
Ron Borges has heard the arguments for Terrell Owens entering the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and he gets it. But he also gets the argument that T.O. supporters don’t want to hear.
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.