NFL Football

NFL Hall of Fame Players

Lem Barney

"The Supernatural", this Detroit Lion cornerback scored 11 defensive TD's is a 7 time  Pro Bowler, 3 time All Pro.  Lem is a dynamic motivational speaker

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Larry Csonka

The epitome of the power running game, Larry was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1987 after leading the Miami Dolphins to an undefeated 1972 season, the only time in history that has been accomplished

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Dermontti Dawson

Tough and talented Pittsburgh Steelers Center who dominated the position for his 13 seasons in the NFL

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Eric Dickerson

One of football's all-time greats, Eric retired as the #2 rusher in league history with 13,259 yards and was the fastest player to break the 10,000 yard plateau

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Darrell Green

Redskin Hall of Famer who was named the World's Fastest Athlete in 1991 and has been the winner of the NFL's Fastest Man competition four times during his career

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John Hannah

In addition to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, John is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.  He was named by Sports Illustrated as the Best Offensive Lineman of All-Time

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Charlie Joiner

Played Pro Football for 18 years, longer than any other wide receiver in history at the time of his retirement

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Anthony Munoz

Elected to 11 consecutive Pro Bowls and was named All Pro 11 straight times from 1981 through 1991.  Anthony was named the NFL Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1981, 1987 and 1988

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Jerry Rice

Viewed by many to be the greatest NFL wide receiver to ever play the game. Selected to the Pro Bowl 13 times in his 20 NFL seasons. Jerry won three Super Bowl rings as a member of the San Francisco 49ers

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Rayfield Wright

Dallas Cowboys star who is one of only 13 players in NFL history to have played in 5 Super Bowls.  Inducted into the Hall of Fame for clearing the way for Staubach, Dorsett, Newhouse and others

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NFL All Pros & Other Players

Walter Abercrombie

Surpassed 1,000 yards for rushing plus receiving in both 1995 & 1996 for the Pittsburgh Steelers

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Charles Alexander

Bengals running back was the first player in team history to score multiple touchdowns from scrimmage in a single postseason game

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John Banaszak

Between 1978 and 1980, Banaszak started 45 regular season games at defensive end on a pair of Pittsburgh Super Bowl Championship teams (XIII & XIV)

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Mike Bass

Scored the Redskins only touchdown in Super Bowl VII when he scooped up Garo Yepremien's fumble on a broken field goal play.  In 104 career games, Mike gave up only 8 touchdown passes

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Bill Bates

Bill is an all-time favorite of Dallas Cowboys fans for his inspirational play

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Greg Bell

Greg Bell rushed for 1000+ yards as a rookie for the Bills and later repeated his 1000+yard feat in back-to-back seasons for the Rams

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Ross Browner

The Cincinnati Bengals 1st round draft choice in 1978 and the team's Most Valuable Player in his rookie season

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Danny Buggs

Danny Buggs was a key part part of the Washington Redskins' wide receiving corps.  He also won the Grey Cup in the CFL and played in the USFL as well

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Keith Byars

A highly touted prospect at Ohio State, Byars was a first round draft choice of the Philadelphia Eagles.  In his career, Keith gained 8,770 yards from scrimmage and scored 54 touchdowns

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Gill Byrd

Retired as the team's All-Time leader in interceptions (42) and interception return yards for the San Diego Chargers

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Chris Calloway

Diminutive by NFL standards, the 5'10", 180lb Calloway spent 11 years in the NFL from 1990-2001

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Mark Carrier

Collected 10 interceptions in his rookie season for the Bears on his way to being named the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Year

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Rock Cartwright

Popular kick returner and fullback returned kicks for over 1,000 yards per season for 3 consecutive seasons and set a Redskins record with 1,541 return yards in 2006

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Dez Clark

Desmond Clark was a tight end for the Chicago Bears where he played begnning in 2003. During those 8 seasons in the Windy City, Dez caught 242 passes for 18 touchdowns

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Robin Cole

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker, played on 2 Super Bowl winning teams

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Roger Craig

The first player in NFL history to surpass both 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in a single season

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Randy Cross

The 3-time Super Bowl champion with the 49er's and 3-time Pro Bowl'er has gone on to have a successful sports broadcasting career

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Tom Dempsey

Tom is the owner of  the longest field goal in NFL history at 63 yards. Born with no toes on his right foot or fingers on his right hand, Tom is a true inspiration

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Hanford Dixon

 "Top Dawg" of the Cleveland Browns' defense of the '80's as leader of the Dawg Pound

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Billy Joe Dupree

A Super Bowl champion with the Dallas Cowboys, the tight end was a Pro Bowl starter for 3 consecutive seasons and held the record for TD receptions by a Cowboys tight end for 29 years

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Marcus Dupree

The most highly recruited high school player in history, Marcus won "Comeback Player of the Year" with the Rams after missing 5 seasons with injury

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Nick Eason

Big Nick won Super Bowl XLIII as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive front line.  Now an intern coach with the Cleveland Browns

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Jay Foreman

Jay Foreman is an 8-year NFL linebacker and the son of Viking great, five time pro bowler, Chuck Foreman

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David Fulcher

 "Fo-Rock" was known as one of the NFL's largest, fastest, hardest hitting and best strong safeties in the league for the Cincinnati Bengals

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Roy Gerela

Pittsburgh Steelers’ place-kicker on their Super Bowl teams of 1974, 1975, and 1978. He was named to the All-Time Steelers Super Bowl Team

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Rodney Hampton

Rushed for more than 1,000 yards five consecutive seasons.  Upon his retirement Rodney was the Giants All-Time leading rusher with 6,897 yards placing him in the Top 50 in NFL history

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Shawn Harper

A 7 year pro football player, Shawn uses wit, humor, feats of strength and his NFL experiences to draw and captivate his audience.  He then delivers an earth-shaking message of motivation, encouragement and hope

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Matthew Hatchette

Matthew is a veteran of 8 NFL seasons who has successfully transitioned into an acting and producing career in Hollywood

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Chad Hennings

Flew 45 missons in northern Iraq with USAF before winning 2 Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys

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J.D. Hill

Bills & Lions receiver played in the Pro Bowl in 1972

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Rocket Ismail

Rocket was an electric kick returner and wide receiver for Notre Dame and also for the Toronto Argonauts and Dallas Cowboys.  Rocket still possesses that energy today in his life

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John Jackson

John played for the steelers in Super Bowl XXX and as a O-lineman, cleared the way for The Bus.  John was named one of the top tackles of the '90's by Sports Illustrated

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Jim Jeffcoat

Defensive end with 102.5 career sacks helped lead the Dallas Cowboys to championships in Super Bowls XXVII & XXVIII

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Brian Jordan

Brian Jordan is one of only three athletes to play in both the NFL and MLB

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Levon Kirkland

The Steelers All Pro selection in 1997 and a Pro Bowler in 1996 & 1997, Levon was named to the NFL All-Decade 1990's team

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Jon Kolb

Long regarded as one of the best offensive linemen to ever put on a Pittsburgh Steelers uniform.  Jon played for the Steelers from 1969 to 1981 and won  4 Super Bowls with the team

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Greg Lloyd

The AFC's Defensive Player of the Year in 1994 was the inspirational leader of the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense.  An All Pro for 3 consecutive seasons and a Pro Bowler for 5 consecutive seasons

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Neil Lomax

A two-time Pro Bowler who threw for 4,614 yards in 1984, the 4th most passing yards in a single season at that point in history

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Marty Lyons

A member of the Jets vaunted New York Sack Exchange, Marty was inducted into the Jets Ring Of Honor.  He has always been known for his philanthropy and helping critically-ill children

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Tommy Maddox

From rising star to journeyman and back to star again, this is Tommy's journey

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Charles Mann

The 3-time Super Bowl champ and 4-time Pro Bowl players is one of the greatest Redskin players of all-time

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Gerry Markbreit

This referee's inspiring, humorous talk centers on teamwork and communication, handling the unexpected, the importance of maintaining order amid chaos and how to make split-second decisions under pressure

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Leonard Marshall

 The two-time Super Bowl champion with the Giants was dominant on the field and is now dominating the boardroom in several very successful business ventures

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Guy McIntyre

Guy was a dominant offensive guard for the outstanding San Francisco 49ers teams of the 1980’s.  It was while with the 49ers that Guy won 3 Super Bowl championships (1984, 1988 & 1989).  He was also named to the Pro Bowl in 5 consecutive seasons from 1989 to 1993.  He is an inductee of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. 

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Karl Mecklenberg

A former Denver Broncos Captain and All-Pro, Karl rose from being a college walk on and a 12th round draft pick to a pro career that included 6 Pro Bowl and 3 Super Bowl appearances

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Gene Mingo

The first Black field goal kicker in professional football in the United States.  Gene was a very versatile football player as he played several positions including halfback, kicker and kickoff/ punt returner

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Mike Minter

A pillar of the Carolina Panther defense since joining the team in 1997.  Known as one of the most consistent performers in pro football, Mike is a rare breed having spent his entire career with one organization

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Mercury Morris

Rushed for 1,000 yards for the Miami Dolphins Super Bowl team of 1972; the only undefeated team in NFL history and also won the Super Bowl

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Eddie Murray

Eddie was the #6 All-Time Point Scorer  in NFL history at the time of his retirement and was named as the kicker on the All-Decade Team of the 1980's

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Christian Okoye

Set a number of Chiefs rushing records including total yards in a season, touchdowns in a season, attempts in a single game, 100 yard games in a season and was the first Chiefs running back to rush for 1,000 yards for more than one season

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Eddie Payton

Only one of three Lions to register 2 touchdowns off returns in a single game.  His 98 yard kick off return for touchdowns is the fifth longest in Detroit history and his 87 yard punt return stand as the third longest in franchise history

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Ted Peterson

Won 2 Super Bowls with the great Steelers teams of the '70's

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Doug Plank

An intimidating player, the Chicago Bears famous "46 Defense" was named after Doug.  His goal in hitting an opposing player wasn't just to separate the player from the ball, but also from his senses

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Greg Pruitt

At the time of his retirement, Greg ranked 5th in NFL history in yards behind such legendary names as Jim Brown, OJ Simpson, Franco Harris and Walter Payton

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Antwaan Randle El

Steelers receiver is noted for having thrown a key touchdown pass in Super Bowl XL

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Beasley Reece

 Beasley has had a varied and eclectic professional life.  He is a 9-year NFL veteran, has been a television sports analyst and sports news director, and is now a sought-after motivational speaker, auctioneer and Master of Ceremonies

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Freddie Scott

Freddie had a standout college football career as a wide receiver at Penn State where he set the school record for most catches in a game (13) and was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated.  Freddie Scott II is a second-generation player in the National Football League

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Luis Sharpe

A 3-time Pro Bowler for the Cardinals, he began abusing drugs, was shot twice and spent time in prison. Clean & sober, he now shares his story

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Donnie Shell

"Torpedo Shell" won 4 Super Bowls as a member of the vaunted Pittsburgh Steelers Steel Curtain of the 1970's

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Cliff Stoudt

 Cliff was a quarterback on the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1977 to 1983.  Over that time, he won World Championships in Super Bowl XIII and XIV

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Darryl Talley

An outstanding linebacker for the Bills teams that appeared in 4 consecutive Super Bowls

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Wendell Tyler

A 1,000 yard rusher three times in his career with the Rams and the 49ers

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Everson Walls

One of only two players in history to lead the NFL in interceptions in 3 different seasons.  Everson was also a 4 time Pro Bowl player and named to the All-Time Dallas Cowboys team

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Hines Ward

MVP of 2006 Super Bowl XL in February of 2006 for his outstanding performance in the league's Championship game.  Pittsburgh Steelers All Pro  wide receiver

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Ickey Woods

Inventor of the "Ickey Shuffle" gained 1,066 yards and scored 15 TD's in his amazing rookie season

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