What’s the impact Hall-of-Fame semifinalist Ray Lewis has on Brian Urlacher? Who’s a darkhorse who could reach the finals? What happens to Joe Jacoby and Leslie O’Neal? All those questions are answered … here.
Butkus played middle linebacker for the Chicago Bears from 1965-73 at the highest level the position has ever been played. He also was named to the NFL’s 75th anniversary team and became a first-ballot Hall of Famer.
The talent pool at middle linebacker may be as deep as any position in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Dick Butkus, Ray Nitschke, Jack Lambert, Mike Singletary…with Ray Lewis and possibly Brian Urlacher on the way.
Jack Del Rio has been around a lot of talented players. He teamed with Michael Irvin in Dallas, and he coached Peyton Manning in Denver and Ray Lewis in Baltimore. So who was the best leader? Easy, said Del Rio. It was Lewis.
Baltimore coach John Harbaugh sits down with the Talk of Fame Network to discuss how the Ravens tried to help out with the civil unrest in Baltimore two weeks ago and the lessons he … and his team … gained from the experience.
(Photo courtesy of the New England Patriots) By Clark Judge Talk of Fame Network PHOENIX, Ariz. – People want to know if the Super Bowl ever witnessed a distraction, embarrassment or potential scandal like “DeflateGate” – you know, a story that gets cranked up during the week and just won’t go away –and the answer, in a …
by Ron Borges Talk of Fame Network When Chicago Bears’ linebacker Brian Urlacher announced his retirement on May 22, 2013 via Twitter, it was a sign of the times. So, too, was the breathless commentary later that day on outlets like ESPN and NFL Network labeling him a “first-ballot Hall of Famer.” Oh, really? The …