Hall of Famers in the News

04/20/2015

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HOF President Serves as Guest Speaker at Ronnie Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List Luncheon

Pro Football Hall of Fame President David Baker recently spoke at the Ronnie Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List Luncheon, named after the Gold Jacket.

Baker participated in a Q & A Session and shared stories about his time serving as President of the Hall of Fame with emcee Joe Klatt of Fox sports.

The 2015 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List was also announced during the luncheon. To view the full list and read the story click here>>>

Baker signs an autograph for a fan after the luncheon.

Marino Set for Gold Jacket Great Days

Miami Dolphins legend and Gold Jacket Quarterback Dan Marino will be at the Hall of Fame this Friday to participate in the first-ever Gold Jacket Great Days. Fans will have a rare chance to not only get an autograph, but take your own personal selfie, then hear Marino in a private session, live from the Hall of Fame Hospitality Event Center, interviewed by the world's foremost football historian, Joe Horrigan. They will offer insight and recap one of the greatest drafts in NFL history, the 1983 Draft where six quarterbacks were selected in the first round, with Marino as the 27th pick! Tickets are still available. Purchase Now>>>

Class of 2015 Enshrinees Split on Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota

Former general managers Ron Wolf and Bill Polian, who will be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August, have a knack for finding a franchise quarterback. Both offer their insight into which of the top QB prospects, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, should be selected first in this year’s draft. View Story>>>


Marathon Runner Makes Lifetstyle Change

Pro Football Hall of Fame Marathon participant Ryan Edington changed his life when he laced up his running shoes. He lived an unhealthy lifestyle before deciding to improve himself by running. Since February 2014, Edington has run six half-marathons, 14 full marathons, a 50-kilometer, a 50-mile and a half-Ironman. Today, he will be participating in the Boston Marathon followed by the Hall of Fame Marathon this Saturday. Read all about his lifestyle change>>>

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