PFHOF Profile: Terrell Davis

He has been one of the most interesting Hall of Fame debates for years but now the debate is over as Terrell Davis is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the Class of 2017.

PFHOF Profile: Kurt Warner

His story is like something out of a movie, one that will actually be coming out soon, and there may be no better ending then when Kurt Warner earns his bust in Canton as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.

PFHOF Profile: LaDainian Tomlinson

He might just be considered the last great consistent back in the NFL as LaDainian Tomlinson carried the load for the San Diego Chargers for years with massive numbers and massive carries throughout his career.

PFHOF Profile: Jason Taylor

He was a trailblazer in the NCAA and the NFL as Jason Taylor changed the way that NCAA looked at home schooled players and then changed the way that NFL teams looked at the rush end position.

PFHOF Profile: Morten Andersen

The NFL is striving to be an international league that is big around the world but they have always had a little of an international flavour and Morten Andersen is proof of that as the “Great Dane” enters the Hall of Fame as the league’s leading scorer.

PFHOF Profile: Kenny Easley

Football is a tough game to play and for many their careers end too soon as Kenny Easley knows but after getting the game taken away from him he will always be remembered as one of the best and a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

PFHOF Profile: Jerry Jones

He changed the way owners saw a sports team and created one of the biggest brands in sport that helped to start a shift in the way that sports was viewed in business, and for that influence he will enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Wednesday Morning QB (Off-Season Outlook)

The Super Bowl is finished and the league has a familiar champion but as the season ends the pursuit of Super Bowl LII begins with plenty of big stories to follow.

Dynasty Rules in Houston

The debate between parity and dynasties translated to NRG stadium where a two-decade dynasty took on a team that had yet to win the title at Super Bowl LI.

Super Bowl LI Preview

The Super Bowl will feature a match-up that most would assume has been seen plenty of times but in 51 years the best offence and defence have only faced off a few times making this an interesting game.

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