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NFL Hall of Fame Candidates List

Discussion in 'Football: NFL, College, High School' started by Rocket River, Nov 19, 2004.

  1. Rocket River

    Rocket River Member

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    Pro Football Hall of Fame Candidates List

    http://my.ev1.net/english/news/newsarticle.asp?articleID=45826050&subject=sports



    Harry Carson, LB
    1976-1988 New York Giants.


    Don Coryell, Coach
    1973-1977 St. Louis Cardinals, 1978-1986 San Diego Chargers.


    Fred Dean, DE
    1975-1981 San Diego Chargers, 1981-1985 San Francisco 49ers.


    Richard Dent, DE _1983-1993, 1995 Chicago Bears, 1994 San Francisco 49ers, 1996 Indianapolis Colts, 1997 Philadelphia Eagles.


    Chris Doleman,DE/LB
    1985-1993, 1999 Minnesota Vikings, 1994-1995 Atlanta Falcons, 1996-1998 San Francisco 49ers.


    Randy Gradishar, LB
    1974-1983 Denver Broncos.


    L. C. Greenwood, DE
    1969-1981 Pittsburgh Steelers.


    Russ Grimm, G
    1981-1991 Washington Redskins.


    Ray Guy, P
    1973-1986 Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders.


    Charles Haley, DE/LB
    1986-1991, 1999 San Francisco 49ers, 1992-1996 Dallas Cowboys.


    Lester Hayes, CB
    1977-1986 Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders.


    Claude Humphrey, DE
    1968-1974, 1976-1978 Atlanta Falcons, 1979-1981 Philadelphia Eagles.


    Michael Irvin, WR
    1988-1999 Dallas Cowboys.


    Joe Jacoby , T
    1981-1993 Washington Redskins.


    Bob Kuechenberg , G
    1970-1984 Miami Dolphins.


    Dan Marino, QB
    1983-1999 Miami Dolphins.


    Art Modell, Owner
    1961-1995 Cleveland Browns, 1996-2003 Baltimore Ravens.


    Art Monk, WR
    1980-1993 Washington Redskins, 1994 New York Jets, 1995 Philadelphia Eagles.


    Ken Stabler, QB
    1970-1979 Oakland Raiders, 1980-1981 Houston Oilers, 1982-1984 New Orleans Saints.


    Derrick Thomas, LB
    1989-1999 Kansas City Chiefs.


    Roger Wehrli, CB
    1969-1982 St. Louis Cardinals.


    Ralph Wilson, Jr., Owner
    1959-current Buffalo Bills.


    George Young, GM/Administrator
    1979-1997 New York Giants, 1998-2001 National Football League.


    Steve Young, QB
    1985-1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1987-1999 San Francisco 49ers.


    Gary Zimmerman, T
    1986-1992 Minnesota Vikings, 1993-1997 Denver Broncos.



    interesting list

    Rocket River
     
  2. moestavern19

    moestavern19 Member

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    Marino clear cut choice.


    When is Ray Guy ever going to get in? What does a punter have to do to get in the Hall?
     
  3. VesceySux

    VesceySux Contributing Member

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    Funny story: Last year, I accidentally leaked the NFL HOF finalists list when I was hunting for trading card pictures. Oops.
     
  4. HayesStreet

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    You gotta let the Snake in the Hall.

    Marino is obviously going to be a no-brainer.
     
  5. VooDooPope

    VooDooPope Love > Hate
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    how many get in each year?
     
  6. Manny Ramirez

    Manny Ramirez The Music Man

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    Yea, Marino is clearly the #1 favorite out of this list but it would be great to see Ray Guy get in, and this is coming from a life-long Raider hater.

    I would also love to see Gary Zimmerman get in - one of the most dominant offensive lineman of his day.
     
  7. pgabriel

    pgabriel Educated Negro

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    Steve Young is also a clear cut choice. Man I’m getting old, I remember a lot of those guys when they were in their prime. Charles Haley was a bad ass but his prime may have not been long enough.


    Lester Hayes is from Wheatley High School here in Houston.
     

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