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.
Ray Lewis, Randy Moss and Brian Urlacher are among 11 first-year eligible players for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame released an initial list of 108 nominees for the Class of 2018. Eleven first-year eligible players highlight the list, including receiver Randy Moss, linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher and cornerback Ronde Barber. The list includes 53 offensive players, 38 defensive players, five special teams players and 12 coaches. [more]
Randy Moss will be on the ballot when the Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee chooses the Class of 2018 in five months. He doesn’t sound like he trusts the process. Although Moss is widely expected to get enshrined in Canton, he says politics are involved, and he doesn’t think he’ll be judged solely [more]
Forget the Hall of Fame, T.O. feels snubbed he’s not playing right now. Terrell Owens getting left out of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the last two years has been a topic of conversation, but the NFL’s No. 2 all-time receiver isShow More Summary
For two years, Terrell Owens has come up short in voting for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. To many NFL fans, that’s a joke, given that the former wide receiver was a five-time all pro who is second all-time in receiving yards and third all-time in receiving touchdowns. However, Owens pointed out something Wednesday […]
Terrell Owens said he believes he can still play in the NFL at age 43. (AP) We may have finally figured out the real reason why voters are strangely keeping Terrell Owens out of the Pro Football Hall of Fame: They must think he’s coming back to play. Show More Summary
Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium before the Pro Football Hall of Fame NFL preseason game in Canton, Ohio, on Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane) It’s an idea that probably should have happened a while ago: A retirement home for former NFL players in need. Show More Summary
The Jets named Kevin Mawae their 2017 Ring of Honor inductee. The Pro Football Hall of Fame likely follows sometime soon. Mawae, 46, earned eight Pro Bowls in his 16-year NFL career for the Seahawks (1994-97), Jets (1998-2005) and Titans (2006-09). He also was a three-time first-team All-Pro. Six of the Pro Bowls and two [more]
Pro football season is just around the corner and the NFL Network ratcheted up the anticipation with a special event last Thursday honoring its three newest members of the team — newly inducted Hall of Famers LaDainian Tomlinson, Terrell Davis...
The Pro Football Hall of Fame won't allow Sydney Seau to speak at her father's enshrinement, instead it will show a five-minute video.
After we wrote about questions being raised of a conflict of interest in the process that resulted in Bobby Beathard becoming the contributor candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, we heard from a few people around the league who raised more issues with Beathard’s selection. As we noted, Charley Casserly was an adviser [more]
When former Washington and San Diego General Manager Bobby Beathard was chosen today as the contributor candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018, his protege Charley Casserly was in the room as a consultant for the selection committee. And some folks aren’t happy about that. Specifically, in Denver, where Broncos owner [more]
Longtime general manager and personnel administrator Bobby Beathard is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the contributors category
Bobby Beathard was nominated as the contributor candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Thursday. It marked the first time a personnel candidate was selected since the first year of the category for the Class of 2015 when Bill Polian and Ron Wolf earned election. Beathard, 80, spent 38 seasons in the NFL [more]
Fifty years after his legendary Ice Bowl block, Packers right guard Jerry Kramer is a senior finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Robert Brazile and Jerry Kramer have been picked as senior finalists for the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame class