On to the Class of 2014

08/19/2013

Just two weeks removed from the enshrinement of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2013, the first major step in electing the Class of 2014 takes place on Wednesday.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Seniors Committee, a subcommittee of the Hall of Fame’s Selection Committee, will convene in Canton to nominate two senior candidates whose careers ended at least 25 years ago. The two senior nominees will automatically be included among the group of 17 finalists to be considered by the entire Selection Committee during its annual selection meeting on Feb. 1 in New York/New Jersey, the site of Super Bowl XLVIII.

The Seniors candidate originally was referred to as an “Old-Timer.” That nomenclature changed in 1990 when San Francisco 49ers legend Bob St. Clair shared his dislike for that particular term and suggested the more “politically correct” term of “senior.”

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The Seniors category was added to the Hall of Fame’s selection process in 1972 to assure that older players who may have been overlooked are considered for election along with modern-era candidates. The process has been tweaked over the years but current bylaws call for the seniors committee to nominate two candidates each year. The two nominees are selected from a list of 15 finalists that has been pared down from a larger list of nominees by the nine-member Seniors Committee. Five members of the committee, on a rotating basis, meet annually in Canton to ultimately select the two nominees. They are assisted each year by two different Hall of Famers who serve as consultants.

“Our selection process is extremely thorough,” commented Joe Horrigan, the Hall of Fame’s vice president of communications/exhibits. “This step is so very important because despite the thoroughness of the overall selection process, the seniors committee serves the vital role of making sure we don’t overlook a legitimate candidate. It assures that we go back and re-examine the merits of a player who, for whatever reason, may not have been given ample opportunity to be considered.”

Once named as a senior nominee, both players are discussed and analyzed by the entire 46-person Selection Committee during the annual selection meeting. The senior nominees must receive the same 80% affirmative vote as the modern-era nominees to earn election to the Hall of Fame.

The five selectors in attendance this week – John Czarnecki, Dave Goldberg, Rick Gosselin, John McClain, and Ira Miller – were selected on a rotating basis from the overall seniors committee.

“It's an incredible honor to be a member of the Seniors Committee, as it is to be a member of the Selection Committee,” commented McClain of the Houston Chronicle. “We have an unbelievable responsibility to honor the greatest players in history. Because there are so many worthy candidates every year, some slip through the cracks during their eligibility as a modern-era candidate. As members of the Seniors Committee, it's our responsibility to make sure they're not overlooked forever.”

“As members of the Seniors Committee, it's our responsibility to make sure they're not overlooked forever.” John McClain

Assisting the group of veteran sports journalists this week will be two Hall of Fame players whose careers took place during the eras of many of the candidates. Over the years, more than 60 Hall of Famers have served as consultants in the senior selection process. They provide insight and comments but do not vote. The comments for candidates are compiled and all notes from previous years’ consultants are shared with the seniors committee members. A sampling of football legends who’ve participated in past years include the likes of Tom Landry, Johnny Unitas, Larry Csonka, George Blanda, Otto Graham, Ray Nitchke, Jack Ham, and Paul Hornung.

On hand this year will be Class of 2003 guard Joe DeLamielleure and Class of 1986 safety Ken Houston. This week’s meeting marks the second time that Houston has participated in the seniors committee meeting.

“I feel very honored to be entrusted with this role. There are so many older players who are deserving of being a Hall of Famer,” shared Houston who starred for 14 seasons with the Houston Oilers (1967-1972) and Washington Redskins (1973-1980).

“To have input like this is a serious responsibility. I’m glad to offer input that may lead to someone becoming Hall of Famer, not because of me but because of the process.”

Click to watch video>>>

Hall of Fame defensive tackle Joe Greene of the famed Pittsburgh’s “Steel Curtain” served as a consultant for the first time last year. He sat down for an interview shortly after the experience and offered his thoughts on what it means to be a Hall of Famer and what qualities define a Hall of Fame player. Watch video>>>

Both of the 2012 senior candidates – Curley Culp and Dave Robinson – were ecstatic upon learning the news that they had beentabbed as Seniors finalists in August. Their long wait was extended more than five months as the selection process whittled the list of modern-era candidates down to 15 finalists that joined Culp and Robinson. The two defensive stars ultimately earned election, Culp in his 27th year of eligibility and Robinson 34 years after becoming eligible.

“Really, I don’t think anyone should have to wait as long as did. I don’t wish that on anybody,” opined Robinson shortly after his election to the Hall of Fame in February. “But, it’s a much sweeter taste waiting that long.”

He then shared his reaction to receiving the phone call last August and learned the news he had been nominated.

“I thanked God himself. I was really overwhelmed. I couldn’t believe it. I used an expletive I can’t repeat now. It was just a thrill to be nominated after all these years.

“I really think for so many reasons that guys are overlooked,” Robinson continued. “We really have to go back and pick up the guys who slipped through the cracks. At least put up their names to get voted on.”

Tune into NFL Network on Wednesday night for move coverage of the announcement of the senior nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2014. 


Recent Comments
  • William Gregory - May 11 2014 05:38 AM

    I'm a little late to the party, but I must echo the sentiment expressed by many here: how is Jerry Kramer not yet in the Pro Football Hall of Fame? This is a travesty. Please enshrine Mr. Kramer in 2014. No more waiting. This is WAY past due!

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  • Duane - December 30 2013 12:06 AM

    The greatest injustice done by the hall of fame selection committees has been not voting in Jerry Kramer. He was one the best at his position in the first 50 years of the NFL. He was voted to the first team of the beginning 50 years of pro football. One of the fondest memories I have growing up was seeing Kramer leading the famous Packer sweep. He played through many injuries. He threw one of the most talked about blocks in pro football history in the Ice Bowl. He deservedly belongs in the Hall of Fame. Please end this injustice and place him the hall where he belongs.

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  • Jon Ballou - December 02 2013 08:52 PM

    Roger Craig should of been there years ago the 49ers were at there best with Roger in the back field and his high knee lifting runs had defenders scared to tackle him. He belongs in The Hall of fame!!

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  • John - October 02 2013 01:27 AM

    "Can you write the history of the NFL without mentioning him"? Jerry Kramer led the signature play of the 60's best team. It's about time, regardless of how many of Lombardi's Packers are already in. Fix this and I'll move on to pushing for Ray Guy.

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  • bachslunch - August 30 2013 09:32 AM

    Karl Mecklenburg has a strong HoF argument, but he's still eligible as a regular candidate. Agreed that Jerry Kramer, Al Wistert, Duke Slater, Lavvie Dilweg, Verne Lewellen, Randy Gradishar, and Robert Brazile are Seniors who should be in the HoF (and Tom Sestak has a pretty good argument as well, though his career is short). Not so taken with Tom Jackson, Gino Cappelletti, Alex Karras, Butch Byrd, Bob Kuechenberg, John Brodie, John Hadl, Roman Gabriel, or Kenny Stabler, though.

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  • Tom Kurtz - August 22 2013 09:46 PM

    I think that one player that more than deserves enshrinement into the Hall is Jerry Kramer of the Green Bay Packers. Aside from being one of the greatest offensive linemen to play in the NFL,he embodies what a professional football player is supposed to be. A great example for other young athletes. Please consider him in making your decision. Thanks, Tom Kurtz

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  • Brian - August 22 2013 02:51 PM

    Joe Jacoby only left tackle who Lawrence Taylor said could lock him down

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  • John Iacopelli - August 22 2013 09:11 AM

    Why aren't they inducting Jerry Kramer while he is still alive? He exemplify's everything that is good about the NFL. Please do it now and honor this great individual and player.

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  • Arnold Stonebrink - August 22 2013 01:37 AM

    Jerry Kramer humanized NFL football, and brought us fans into the trenches, with his thoughtfully introspective "Instant Replay", bringing a new level of awareness of intellect to pro football. Few ambassadors have had a more profound impact on football than Mr. Kramer. Add that to his five NFL championships, his five All-Pro seasons, his inclusion into the original greatest 50 players in the NFL, his toughness, and his being being a mainstay icon in not one, but two ways (the greatest block ever [in the Ice Bowl], and the most-touted type of block ever, the pulling of the guard on the sweep), and you have a Hall of Famer. No doubt about it. HOF voters, nothing will bring added legitimacy and credibility to the process of nominating and voting process, and to the HOF itself, more than the election of Mr. Kramer to the Hall of Fame.

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  • Paul Clifford - August 21 2013 07:28 PM

    Jerry Kramer's absence in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in very puzzling. Take the emotion out of the equation. Are Championships important? Kramer won 5! How about being an All-Pro? Kramer was a 5 time 1st team All-Pro and played in 3 Pro Bowls! Is scoring important? In 1963 Kramer was 4th in the league in scoring! Yes, and guess who was number 5? Jim Brown. Are historic plays important? Have you watched the Ice Bowl? Look, enough is enough. Jerry Kramer has earned the right to be among the greatest football players that have ever played the game.

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  • Steven Wozniak - August 21 2013 05:26 PM

    Jerry Kramer of the Packers should be in the hall.Its way past time

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  • Duncan Clark - August 21 2013 05:25 PM

    I do not take anything away from the men you selected this year. they were all great players. But your neglect of Jerry Kramer is baffling and frankly borders on injustice. He was a fine ambassador of the sport who, through his books, humanized pro football and earned you many fans. He was on 5 championship Packer teams and was integral to the championship games he played. He was all pro enough times to be in the Hall. He made the key block to win the Ice Bowl and kicked the winning field goals in the 1962 championship game against the New Your Giants. He was frankly one of the very best players on a dynasty that should be considered the all time greatest dynasty of pro football. It is immaterial whether he was the best guard of all time. Others are in the HOF who were not the best of their position, or even statistically great. For you to exclude Mr Kramer suggest a negligence on your part that must be corrected. Get it right. Even a fan who has watched football for over 40 years know that you are doing a great disservice to the man and to the sport.

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  • David Anthony Velarde - August 21 2013 02:26 PM

    I refuse to visit the PFHOF until Jerry Kramer is wearing his gold jacket, made his induction speech, and has his bronze sculpture placed in the hall of legends! I had a chance to visit this building last summer and declined due to the fact that legendary offensive lineman, Jerry Kramer, has not been inducted yet. His fans and supporters will not stop sending letters, pitching stories to newspaper and televison, and voicing their opinions on social media until this desearving player has taken his place in the pantheon of legendary NFL players!

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  • David Anthony Velarde - August 21 2013 02:20 PM

    I refuse to visit the PFHOF until Jerry Kramer is wearing his gold jacket, made his induction speech, and has his bronze sculpture placed in the hall of legends! I had a chance to visit this building last summer and declined due to the fact that legendary offensive lineman, Jerry Kramer, has not been inducted yet. His fans and supporters will not stop sending letters, pitching stories to newspaper and televison, and voicing their opinions on social media until this desearving player has taken his place in the pantheon of legendary NFL players!

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  • Lori Mueller - August 21 2013 02:14 PM

    Jerry Kramer should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the 70's. Believe me, you don't want Coach Vince to come callin' on ya! Your own television network says he is the NUMBER ONE GUY NOT IN THE HALL OF FAME for goodness sake! Jerry has done a LOT for the NFL, and because of his contributions, no matter what your decision today, his contributions will continue, and the NFL will be better for it! Please, do the right thing.

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  • Christian Harris - August 21 2013 01:42 PM

    I hate to be negative but what sport were you guys watching that kept Jerry Kramer out? He was fun to watch whenever he came to Kezar or the stick. 49er fans knew all too well If Jerry was on his game the Golden boys had a rough day coming!! Review film, read articles, and get him in your building!!

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  • MARK - August 21 2013 12:19 PM

    As far as I'm concerned until JERRY KRAMER is in the HOF it has no credibility. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

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  • Daniel Kramer - August 21 2013 11:54 AM

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/07/20/sabol-says-jerry-kramer-is-best-player-not-in-the-hall-of-fame/

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  • Jeff - August 21 2013 11:42 AM

    It's a shame that we need to post his name. Jerry Kramer. I went to the Hall this summer. Kramer's absence makes "the Hall" look foolish, IMO.

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  • Cosme - August 21 2013 11:35 AM

    Rocke: You are absolutely correct. Randy Gradishar should have been in the Hall of Fame a long time ago. Indeed, Randy Gradishar should have been in the Hall of Fame before John Elway. Karl Mecklenburg and Tom Jackson were great players and deserve to be inducted, also, but NOT before Randy Gradishar. The same is true for Chuck Howley who dominated Super Bowls V and VI, in addition to having an overall career as dominant or more so than his outside linebacker HOF contemporaries, Dave Robinson, Chris Hanburger, Dave Wilcox or Bobby Bell.

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  • Steven Beckwith - August 21 2013 11:21 AM

    Jerry Kramer inspired me to play football at age 6. His dedication and love for the game of football are an example ALL NFL players should follow. I coached youth football for many years. I showed Mr. Kramer as the example my lineman should use in their practice, games, and off the field. It is with pride that I recommend he be recognized by the HOF for his accomplishments. Green Bay Power Sweep lead blocking by Jerry Kramer....for a lineman it is a thing of beauty.

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  • Steven Beckwith - August 21 2013 11:21 AM

    Jerry Kramer inspired me to play football at age 6. His dedication and love for the game of football are an example ALL NFL players should follow. I coached youth football for many years. I showed Mr. Kramer as the example my lineman should use in their practice, games, and off the field. It is with pride that I recommend he be recognized by the HOF for his accomplishments. Green Bay Power Sweep lead blocking by Jerry Kramer....for a lineman it is a thing of beauty.

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  • Katie - August 21 2013 11:19 AM

    Jerry Kramer should have been in a LONG time ago. Overdue at this point and ridiculous that he has not been enshrined into the HOF

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  • Katie - August 21 2013 11:17 AM

    Jerry Kramer should have been in a LONG time ago. Overdue at this point and ridiculous that he has not been enshrined into the HOF

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  • Daniel Kramer - August 21 2013 11:16 AM

    Jerry Kramer should have gone in in the 1970s.

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  • Daniel Kramer - August 21 2013 11:11 AM

    Jerry Kramer should have gone in in the 1970s.

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  • Joe in Houston - August 21 2013 11:09 AM

    Jerry Kramer. Jerry Kramer. Jerry Kramer. To Messrs Czarnecki, Goldberg, Gosselin, McClain, and Miller, I beseech you to finally correct this gross injustice and push for Kramer's inclusion into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. There have been rumors that a certain sportswriter from WI has held up Kramer's nomination and lobbied against his candidacy, but it is my opinion that while Gale Gillingham was a tremendous OG in his own right, it is Kramer who, by his longevity, excellence and indelible imprint on the game, is certainly worthy in his own right. Indeed, I would characterize his play as ICONIC. Coach Lombardi would be extremely upset to know that Kramer is not in Canton. It is actually an insult to the game and its rich history and heritage that he has been excluded and it's an insult to football fans everywhere that we even have to go through this exercise to advocate for him. His credentials stand on their own. The NFL Network's own show, "The Top Ten Players not in Hall of Fame" has Jerry Kramer as the #1 former player. I would hope that the five of you gentlemen would carry Jerry Kramer's candidacy forward and that someone take up the mantle of speaking on his behalf and FINALLY ensuring his place in football immortality. The man is 77 years old. Do it NOW. Thank you kindly.

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  • MARK - August 21 2013 11:06 AM

    +--+ ++++?¸.•°*”˜˜”*•.¸???¸.•°*”˜? ++(¯`v´¯) ??? ? ? ?? ?? +--`.¸JERRY KRAMER!!! ?? ? ?? ? ? ?? ????? ? ?

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  • Mark Lanagan - August 21 2013 10:45 AM

    Kramer, it's about time. Just do it, please.

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  • Erik Rutherford - August 20 2013 11:06 PM

    Jerry Kramer.......Hall of Famer in my book and millions more! Regardless of the injustice that hall has bestowed on him over the years he is a hall of fame player and deserves this honor! Enough already! Get it done and get Jerry in!

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  • Jay - August 20 2013 07:41 PM

    It's not a true Hall of Fame without Jerry Kramer. It's time to forgive and forget whatever reason he has been left out and give one of the best lineman in the history of the NFL the recognition he deserves.

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  • Gregg Hall - August 20 2013 12:47 PM

    Please put Jerry Kramer in the hall while he is still alive to enjoy it with his family....PLEASE !!!

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  • Brian - August 20 2013 12:32 PM

    Tom Sestak and Butch Byrd. It's criminal they've been overlooked so much for so many years.

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  • Bill McNeil - August 20 2013 12:20 PM

    Jerry Kramer should have been in the HOF years ago! Please correct this injustice. Vince Lombardi himself said Kramer is one of the greatest guards to ever play the game. If that's not a ringing endorsement, then I don't know what is. One of the greatest guards to ever play pro football deserves to be in the HOF.

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  • leonard hagan - August 20 2013 10:32 AM

    please consider one of these great players that have been overlooked for to long, yes Jerry Kramer should be in the hall along with John Brodie, John Hadl, Roman Gabriel,Kenny Stabler, and Jim Plunkett, Gino Cappalletti, if you ask the question can you mention the game without mentioning these players, than you know the answer

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  • Brad Borman - August 20 2013 09:42 AM

    Jerry Kramer. Looong overdue.

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  • John Repp - August 20 2013 07:01 AM

    Jerry Kramer without a doubt. On the best of the first 50 years at guard. Not sure why he isn't in the HOF, it just doesn't make sense. This year is the opportunity to fix that.

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  • John - August 19 2013 08:59 PM

    Jerry Kramer, deserves to be in. His body of work speaks for itself.

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  • John Repp - August 19 2013 08:54 PM

    Jerry Kramer without a doubt. On the best of the first 50 years at guard. Not sure why he isn't in the HOF, it just doesn't make sense. This year is the opportunity to fix that.

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  • PETE DOWNS - August 19 2013 08:46 PM

    "Jerry Kramer, in everyone's opinion, is the best offensive lineman in the league, some say - in the history of the league." Coach Vince Lombardi, 1962

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  • Jeff Zarch - August 19 2013 08:38 PM

    I aggree that Kramer, and Karras belong, but how about Bob Keuchenberg

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  • Tom Olin - August 19 2013 08:28 PM

    I am not going to beg you to vote for Jerry Kramer ... that only seems to make you as rigid as ever. I do hope you understand how foolish you look by not doing it, however.

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  • Mitch - August 19 2013 08:08 PM

    I have always looked at the hall and the players within with great admiration. However, it is becoming more and more difficult to justify the exclusion of Packer great Jerry Kramer. He belongs in the hall with all of the other great players from his era and other eras. This oversight is of such a magnitude that it casts doubt on the entire selection process. I do not mean any disrespect, or to take anything away from the many great players who have been elected. I just hope that Mr. Kramer will be able to enjoy the enshrinement that he so richly deserves.

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  • Mike - August 19 2013 07:21 PM

    It is time for the Hall to enshrine two more all-time Packer greats - Jerry Kramer and Verne Lewellen.

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  • BOBBY RYAN - August 19 2013 06:55 PM

    Dr. Doom...Robert Brazile....Elvin Bethea, Curley Culp and Robert Brazile was the Oilers Defense in the late 1970's. I remember seeing Tony Dorsett's first exhibition game against the Oilers his rookie season in the Astrodome and one one carry Brazile took Dorsett and tossed him on the ground like a rag doll and the Astrodome erupted. A LB from Jackson State doesn't do that to a Heisman Trophy winner and an NFL HOF unless Brazile is a special player himself.....Brazile was the 1970's version of Lawrence Taylor before Lawrence Taylor...

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  • Lynn Bartenhagen - August 19 2013 06:28 PM

    Jerry Kramer. Please. It's way past time.

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  • Liz Zimmerman - August 19 2013 06:28 PM

    Dear NFL Senior Selection Committee, I am writing you about JERRY KRAMER. A Green Bay Packer from 1958-1968. I am actually surprised that he has NOT been inducted into the HOF yet. WHO’S DROPPED THE BALL ON THIS ONE??? I’m sure you know Mr. Kramer’s Statistics, but please let me refresh your memory… ? 2x SUPER BOWL CHAMPION ( I & II ) ? 5x NFL CHAMPION (1961, 1962, 1965, 1966 & 1957) ? 3x Pro Bowl Selection ? 5x First-Team All-Pro Selection (1961, 1962, 1965, 1966 & 1967) ? 1x Second-Team All-Pro Selection ? NFL 1960’s All-Decade Team ? NFL 50th Anniversary Team ? Inducted into the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame (1975) ? Led NFL in field goal percentage in 1962 with an 81.818 % conversion rate ? Finished 4th in the NFL in scoring in 1963 with 91 points. Mr. Kramer played right guard and the Packers won five NFL titles and the first two Super Bowls. Mr. Kramer also served as the team's place kicker in 1962, 1963, and part of 1968. He kicked 29 field goals, 90 extra points, for a total of 177 points. He also kicked 3 field goals and 1 extra point in the Packers 16-7 victory over the New York Giants in the 1962 NFL title game. Yet he is more famous, I believe, for the block (with Ken Bowman) assisting in Bart Starr's winning QB sneak in infamous “Ice Bowl”. SO, WHAT IS THE PROBLEM??? Why has he been overlooked SO MANY TIMES??? I hope that you will take all his statistics, etc. into consideration and place him in the HOF… WHERE HE BELONGS!!! Thank you kindly. Most Sincerely, Liz Zimmerman

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  • Mark Hackbarth - August 19 2013 05:58 PM

    It is a crime that Jerry Kramer is not in the HOF. He is one of the guards on the "NFL's Best of the first 50 years of he NFL" and I believe the only player named on that team that is not in the HOF. He is now 77 years old and way past due.

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  • Rocke Sweaney - August 19 2013 05:49 PM

    I always love it, when the selection process, either for Modern Players, or the Seniors Committee picks, becomes a topic on the HOF webpage. WHY ???? Because the people who know next to nothing about the history of pro football all come out of the woodwork, and try to talk like they know what they are talking about, when in fact, they know NOTHING. Now, I am not going to mention anyones names, but Lets look at two names that someone suggested. Karl Mecklenburg and Tom Jackson. Karl Mecklenburg, well lets see. He last played in 1994, and you need to be retired for AT LEAST 25 years, before you are eligible to be considered by the Seniors Committee. Now, I am no rocket scientist, but I am pretty sure that 1994 + 25 means that Karl won't be eligible until 2019, another SIX years away. Tom Jackson... 3 X Pro Bowler and 4 X ALL - PRO. Not bad, but, even though Tom is from Cleveland, he is NOT Hall of Fame worthy. However, Bronco fan, there IS a Bronco, who is actually # 2 on my ALL-TIME SCREWED LIST, of men that SHOULD be in, that aren't. I am not even going to bother listing his accomplishments, there are so many. As anyone who knows ANYTHING about the HISTORY of pro football knows, The man that I am talking about is OSU BUCKEYE, Randy Gradishar. # 1 on my ALL-TIME SCREWED LIST... All Decade 1940's 8, yes, EIGHT TIMES 1st TEAM ALL-PRO, Al "OX" Wistert. # 3 , Frank, you got that one, Jerry Kramer. # 4, Lavern "Lavvie" Dilweg, and # 5 Fred "Duke" Slater. The committee should just put those five names in a hat, and pull two out. By far the most deserving of all players not yet elected, who are, SAY IT WITH ME, ELIGIBLE !!!!!!!

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  • lynne Springer - August 19 2013 05:38 PM

    Please induct Jerry Kramer. He should have been in there years ago!

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  • Mark R.Daniels - August 19 2013 05:38 PM

    Jerry Kramer & Alex Karras & Tom Jackson.

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  • LEIGH - August 19 2013 05:08 PM

    Jerry Kramer. He so deserves it. Please!

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  • Rocke Sweaney - August 19 2013 05:08 PM

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  • Chris Eliason - August 19 2013 05:06 PM

    Gino Cappalletti

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  • Frank Johnson - August 19 2013 05:01 PM

    Jerry Kramer. Please. It's way past time.

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  • JAN - August 19 2013 04:34 PM

    they should have been in years ago

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  • JAN - August 19 2013 04:33 PM

    two broncos need to be on that list karl meckenberg and tom jackson

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