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Strahan was a sack master and run extraordinaire

Michael Strahan was one of the most complete defensive ends in the National Football League history. Read More

Williams made many QBs miserable

Check out a complete list of quarterbacks intercepted by Aeneas Williams. Read More

Jones paves way for Seahawks history

Walter Jones' outstanding play on the field directly affected the performance of the Seahawks offense. Read More

Reed on the run

Andre Reed’s signature skill was not his ability to catch a pass, it was what he did with the football after he caught one. Read More

Humphrey had a nose for the QB

Although the sack was not an official NFL statistic until after he retired, Claude Humphrey was one of the most feared pass rushers of his era. Read More

Brooks’ Greatest Season

There is little doubt Brooks' greatest season was in 2002 when he earned Defensive Player of the Year honors while leading the Bucs to their first Super Bowl championship. Read More

Hall of Fame Classes with the Most Pro Bowls

Here is a list of the Pro Football Hall of Fame classes with the most combined Pro Bowls. Read More

Foot in Football

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2014-15 Yearbook features an article titled "They Put the Foot in Football” written by Alan Ross. The piece focuses on the Hall of Famers who have handled punting and/or kicking duties during their careers. This online supplement is some of the research completed by Ross to develop his feature for the Yearbook. Read More

One-on-One with Ray Guy

Alan Ross spoke with Class of 2014 Enshrinee Ray Guy to develop an article featured in the Pro Football Hall of Fame 2014-15 Yearbook. Here you can read a transcript of their conversation. Read More

Hall of Famers by State

Pennsylvania leads the way with 30 members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame born in the "Keystone" state. Read More

HOF Bio: Chuck Noll

Noll won four Super Bowl championships in a six-year period. Read More

Photo Gallery: Chuck Noll, Class of 1993

View photos from Noll's career. Read More

Chuck Noll, 1932-2014

Legendary Hall of Fame coach Chuck Noll who turned the fortunes of the Pittsburgh Steelers franchise into the dynasty team of the 1970s passed away at the age of 82. Read More

Hall of Fame Fathers and Sons

Four Hall of Fame members have sons who were active in the NFL during the 2013 NFL season and one who will join the league this year. Read More

Mel Renfro, Class of 1996

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Infographic: Hall of Fame Fathers

13 Hall of Famers have had a father or son play or coach in the NFL. Read More

HOF Profile: Dan Hampton

Dan Hampton was a first-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears in 1979 following an All-America season at the University of Arkansas. Read More

What a "Guy"

The Pro Football Hall of Fame recently received a special package from Class of 2014 enshrinee Ray Guy. Read More

Larry Little receives honorary Doctorate from Bethune-Cookman

Hall of Famer Larry Little received an honorary Doctorate from his alma mater Bethune-Cookman University on Wednesday. Read More

Drafting of the 2014 Class – Aeneas Williams

Williams was a walk-on at Southern University and by his senior season he led the nation in interceptions. Read More

Drafting of the 2014 Class – Michael Strahan

Strahan had a reputation at Texas Southern for sacking quarterbacks. Read More

Drafting of the 2014 Class – Andre Reed

In 1985, the Buffalo Bills used their fourth round pick in the draft to select wide receiver Andre Reed. Read More

Drafting of the 2014 Class – Walter Jones

The Seattle Seahawks traded up in the 1997 NFL Draft in order to select Florida State tackle Walter Jones. Read More

Drafting of the 2014 Class – Claude Humphrey

The Atlanta Falcons, with the third overall pick in the 1968 AFL/NFL Draft, selected Tennessee State defensive end Claude Humphrey. Read More

Inaugural Fan Fest features 100 HOFers

Thousands of fans flocked to the I-X Center to enjoy a weekend celebration of the Game. Those on hand had the opportunity to get up-close and personal with 100 Pro Football Hall of Famers. Read More

Drafting of the 2014 Class – Ray Guy

Ray Guy became the first punter ever selected in the first round of a NFL draft. Read More

HOF Profile: Bert Bell

It was Bert Bell’s idea to hold an annual college draft and his vision came to life in 1936 when the NFL held its inaugural draft. Read More

Drafting of the 2014 Class – Derrick Brooks

Brooks was drafted by the Bucs to shore up a porous defense which had struggled for nearly 15 years. Read More

HOF Profile: Ralph Wilson, Jr.

Once described as the “conscience” of the NFL, Wilson served as the Chairman of NFL Pension Committee and Labor Committee and currently serves on the Board of NFL Charities, the Super Bowl Site Selection Committee, and the NFL’s Expansion Committee. Read More

Photos: Ralph Wilson, Jr.

Photos from the career of Class of 2009 enshrinee Ralph Wilson, Jr. Read More

Ralph Wilson, 1918-2014

Pro Football Hall of Famer Ralph C. Wilson is dead at the age of 95. The founder and longtime owner of the Buffalo Bills he was also one of the original founders of the American Football League. Read More

HOF Profile: Fritz Pollard

In 1921 Fritz Pollard earned the distinction of becoming the first African American head coach in NFL history when the Pros named him co-coach of the team. Read More

Pro Football Hall of Fame Firestone Golf Classic

Play a round of golf with members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame at the prestigious Firestone Country Club on Saturday, May 3, 2014. Read More

Photo Gallery: Hall of Famers at the NFL Honors Show

The 3rd annual NFL Honors Show featured a large gathering of NFL legends and members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Read More

Photo Gallery: Class of 2014

View photos from Feb. 1 when the Class of 2014 was elected to the Hall of Fame. Read More

2014 Finalists vs. HOF DL

Here is how Charles Haley, Claude Humphrey and Michael Strahan stack up against the 33 defensive linemen enshrined in Canton. Read More

Four HOFers featured in Grammys “halftime”

Four members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame will be featured during a two-minute, 30-second “halftime” of the Grammys on Sunday. Read More

2014 Finalists vs. HOF defensive back

See how John Lynch and Aeneas Williams compare to Hall of Fame defensive backs. Read More

Hall of Fame Super Bowl MVPs

Nineteen members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame have earned Most Valuable Player honors in a Super Bowl. Three of them have been named Super Bowl MVP more than once. Read More

2014 Finalists vs. HOF receivers

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Wellington Mara celebrated at Loyola School with “Hometown Hall of Famers™” Presentation

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Green Bay Packers Legend Dave Robinson Celebrated at Moorestown High School with “Hometown Hall of Famers™” Presentation

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Jackie Slater honored as hometown hall of famer

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College Days: Lenny Moore

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College Days: Bob Griese

Bob Griese is one of three Hall of Famers to play at Purdue. Read More

College Days: Reggie White

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Photo Gallery: Dave Robinson receives Hall of Fame ring

Dave Robinson received his Hall of Fame ring during a halftime ceremony at Lambeau Field in Green Bay on Dec. 8, 2013. Read More

College Days: Roger Wehrli

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Larry Csonka honored as hometown hall of famer

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49ers Legend Jerry Rice Recognized at East Oktibbeha County High School with “Hometown Hall of Famers™” Plaque and Presentation

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