2014 Hall of Fame Preview

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is not known as one of the most exclusive Hall of Fames in the world as the classes continue to be large. The Pro Football Hall of Fame continues to grow by wide margins. 5-6 players continue to make it in every year but every year it becomes harder to say that some players don’t deserve it. A new era is coming in the Hall of Fame as there seems to be more stars than ever up for election to the Hall of Fame.

HOF Profile: Warren Sapp

The NFL is full of great personalities and the personalities are what make the NFL so special and such a successful league. The NFL is one of the most successful leagues in North America and the personalities are a big part of this. The fans love to follow these personalities whether they are good or bad. Fans love to hate players and also love to cheer for them depending on the type of personality.

HOF Profile: Bill Parcells

The Hall of Fame is much like the NFL itself as the players take the focus throughout the election process. That does not leave a lot of room for the builder and coaching classes as these people rarely get a lot of recognition. In a week when the players on the field will take the majority of the focus but there will be one man who stood on the sidelines that will be standing alongside the players in the class.

HOF Profile: Cris Carter

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is full of the best football players to ever step on a football field. That is according to the Football Writers Association who hold the vote for players to make it to Canton. The writers hold the key to a place that every player hopes to be when their career is done as those selected become legends in the league.

HOF Profile: Jonathan Ogden

The NFL is full of personalities and that is what makes it a very appealing league as fans learn to love and hate players. There are the players who seem to be all about themselves and are more concerned with their own stats than if the teams wins. Then there are the players who are so competitive that nothing but a win can be tolerated making them extremely intense.

HOF Profile: Larry Allen

Curley Culp was an example of someone being overlooked for their size which is a common occurrence in the NFL. Teams regularly overlook very skilled smaller players because they simply don’t have the size many think they need to compete in the league. That can mean a lot of very good players do not get the chance to play which is a bad thing for the league as they miss out on a lot of talent.

HOF Profile: Curley Culp

In 2012 Shannon Sharpe was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a player caught in between two different positions. Sharpe was considered too slow to be a wide receiver but too small to be a tight end. He proved everyone wrong when he became one of the best tight ends in the NFL and would have a hall of fame career.

HOF Profile: Dave Robinson

Vince Lombardi is considered one of the most legendary coaches in the NFL with him and Don Shula constantly one and two on the best coaches list. Lombardi would win 4 NFL Championships and the two first Super Bowls in his time as a head coach of the Green Bay Packers. He was so good that the NFL would name the trophy that he won twice after him.

Big Decisions for the Class of 2013

It’s that time of the year again as the NFL takes a one week break until the biggest game of the season and one of the biggest sporting events of the year. As the league takes a break from playing there are still plenty of events to look forward to. One of these events is the announcement of the new Hall of Fame Class that will enter Canton.

Football HOF Profile: Curtis Martin

In the NFL there are many players who fly under the radar and are rarely noticed by the fans in their city or any other city. Then there are the villains who are noticed by everyone but only because they are the bad guys in the locker room and on the field. These are the players who are booed every time the touch the ball or step onto the field as they represent the enemy for many.

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