Gold Jackets in the News - July 7, 2015


Stay up-to-date on your favorite Hall of Fame players. Check out these stories and see what’s new!



Honoring Sanders

Detroit Lions Legend and Hall of Fame tight end Charlie Sanders passed away last Friday. Known for being one of the most prolific pass catchers in Lions history, Sanders also left a legacy off the field. He mentored many players as both an assistant coach and Gold Jacket. Herman Moore was one of the players he helped. Check out the story>>>

The Lions also put together this great tribute video>>>








Brown Compares His Game to Current WR

The game of football has evolved since Class of 2015 enshrinee Tim Brown suited up. Brown spoke with ESPN Radio over the weekend about which current wide receiver he believes has similar skills set to him while he was playing. Find out which player Brown is talking about>>>


From QB to Broadcaster

Gold Jacket Len Dawson began his broadcasting career in 1966 as a sports anchor with KMBC Radio and sports director for KMBC-TV while still playing quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. Dawson explains how and why he made the transition into broadcasting. More>>>


Dorsett to Speak at Florida Tech

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett will be the featured keynote speaker at the fourth annual “Inside The Huddle” event held at Florida Tech. Previous speakers included Howard Schnellenberger, Doug Flutie and Barry Alvarez. Full Story>>>




Like Father Like Son

Michale Irvin’s son, Michael Irvin Jr., has committed to play football at the University of Miami. The Gold Jacket had a stellar career at “The U” and was selected 11th overall in the 1988 NFL Draft. Check out highlights of Irvin Jr.>>>







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