Yes, the wheels of justice can move slowly. But, inevitably, they move. In the litigation arising from the failure to play the 2016 Hall of Fame game between the Colts and Packers, Pro Football Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker’s will testify under oath on Thursday of this week. A threshold fight lingers [more]
Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback is facing some serious allegations
The list of nominees is down to 27. Who will get in?
Randy Moss and Ray Lewis cleared another hurdle toward Pro Football Hall of Fame induction Tuesday, as they were announced among 27 semifinalists for the class of 2018. The two players, who dominated on the field while occasionally creating negative headlines off it, are considered locks to become finalists in January and heavy favorites for enshrinement later […]
Lawrence Taylor is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His status as one of the best defensive players in NFL history is indisputable. However, Lawrence Taylor also pled guilty in 2011 to sexual misconduct and soliciting a prostitute,...Show More Summary
Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Nick Buoniconti says he'll donate his brain to Boston University to support research of chronic traumatic encephalopathy
Pro Football Hall of Fame President David Baker has won the March of Dimes Sports Leadership Award for 2017. Baker will be honored by the March of Dimes Greater New … Click to Continue »
The Pro Football Hall of Fame says veterans and active military members will receive free admission to its museum in Ohio during November as part of an effort to honor … Click to Continue »
Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas, Joe Namath, Brett Favre, Steve Young, Fran Tarkenton and Kurt Warner are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame is clearly trying to send a message when it comes to the flag -- the more, the better. TMZ Sports has learned... organizers at the HOF in Canton, OH recently planted more than 300 U.S. flags on the lawn as part of a…
Y.A. Tittle was probably best known for an iconic photo, but his football career was far more than one image. Tittle died on Sunday night, Tittle’s alma mater LSU and the NFL announced. TIttle was a superstar quarterback whose pro career spanned 17 seasons with the Baltimore Colts, San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants. Show More Summary
The president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame says he'd like to have a regular-season NFL game at the hall's stadium in Ohio to mark the league's 100th birthday in 2020
Jerry Rice is a three-time Super Bowl winner and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He’s widely considered to be the greatest receiver of all time and has scored more touchdowns and accumulated more yards than anyone in NFL history. He’s also a one-time runner-up on “Dancing With the Stars.”...
Brett Favre has his number retired in Green Bay, where he has a place in the Packers Hall of Fame. He also suited up for the Falcons, Jets and Vikings. But the Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback admits he grew up wanting to play for America’s Team. “I wanted to be the Dallas Cowboys’ [more]
The Seattle Seahawks will retire the No. 45 jersey of recently inducted Pro Football Hall of Fame safety Kenny Easley during halftime of Sunday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. Once in a bitter dispute with the franchise, Easley mended his relationship with the franchise following the ownership change from Ken Behring to Paul Allen. [more]
Steve Smith, Sr. was one of the most productive wide receivers of his generation. The 16-year NFL vet retired in January after amassing 1,031 catches for 14,731 yards and 81 touchdowns, all top-12 marks in league history. Despite a lack of size at just 5-foot-9, Smith was known for his toughness and ability as a dynamic return man. Show More Summary
The former Panthers and Ravens wide receiver is not yet eligible
Pro Football Hall of Fame spokesman explained why ex-Giant Steve Smith was nominated and what caused confusion with ex-Ravens receiver Steve Smith.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has announced its nominees for 2018, with Ray Lewis, Randy Moss and Brian Urlacher on the ballot for the first time.