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First comes ‘The Knock,’ then comes the Pro Football Hall of Fame

It always starts with David Baker’s slow, subtle limp down a hallway barely wide enough to fit the 6-foot-9, 400-pound guardian of football’s eternity. Forty-eight members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s selection committee spend the afternoon voting on the year’s honorees. Then they dispatch Baker, the Hall’s president and chief executive, to lumber down […]
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