PFHOF Profile: Tim Brown

The Pro Football Hall of Fame has always had their long debate over who should and who shouldn’t be in the hall.

Pro Football Hall of Fame Preview

As the Super Bowl approaches with the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks looking to finish off another NFL season with a win. As these teams prepare to become the next Super Bowl Champion some time is taken to reflect on the past as the Pro Football Hall of Fame decides on their new class. Super Bowl weekend is a celebration of the sport as the biggest show in North American sports highlights the look back to the NFL and the people that got them to this point.

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.

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.

Who Will Join the Conversation in Canton

In 2006 former Oakland Raiders Coach, Announcer, and face of the NFL video game John Madden was inducted into the Hall of Fame. During his induction ceremony he made one of the most memorable speeches in Hall of Fame history.

99th Grey Cup Preview

The CFL season is coming to an end and the 99th Grey Cup will take place this Sunday in the newly renovated B.C. Place. For one of the oldest trophies in North America the Grey Cup gets closer to its 100th year anniversary, held next year in Toronto. It all start on December 4, 1909 when the University of Toronto Varsity Blues won the first ever Grey Cup against the Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club.

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