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Gridiron Glory open for Super Bowl XLIX

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame traveling exhibit opened in Phoenix, Ariz. on January 24, 2015 as part of Super Bowl XLIX festivities. Read More

Class of 2015 Semifinalist Profile: Charles Haley

Haley has won more Super Bowls (5) than any other player in NFL history. Read More

Lynch vs. HOF DBs

Here’s how John Lynch stacks up against the defensive backs enshrined in the Hall of Fame. Read More

Local schools receive donation

The Pro Football Hall of Fame in conjunction with Extreme Networks, Inc. today announced a significant equipment grant to Perry Local Schools. Read More

“The Chief” Sportsman

The National Football League has announced that it will name its annual award recognizing outstanding sportsmanship on the playing field in honor of the Hall of Fame owner Art Rooney, Sr. Read More

Inventor of Instant Replay's Legacy Lives on

The inventor of instant replay Tony Verna changed the way we watch football. Read More

Jones Gives Back to Alma Mater

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2015 Finalist Profile: Jimmy Johnson

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2015 Finalist Profile: Orlando Pace

Orlando Pace was the offensive lineman selected as top pick of draft since 1968. Read More

Pace vs. HOF OL

Here’s how Pace stacks up against the offensive linemen enshrined in the Hall of Fame. Read More

2015 Finalist Profile: Mick Tingelhoff

Mick Tingelhoff started all 240 games over 17-season career. Read More

Hall of Famers Shine Bright in the Spotlight

Check out the list of the Super Bowl records currently held or shared by the best to every play professional football. Read More

Tingelhoff vs. HOF OLs

Here’s how Tingelhoff stacks up against the offensive linemen enshrined in the Hall of Fame. Read More

History Favors Seahawks in SB XLIX Matchup

If history is an indicator of which team will win Super Bowl XLIX, the odds favor Seattle. Read More

Finalist Profile: Terrell Davis

In 1998 Terrell Davis became fourth player in history to rush for 2,000 yards in a season. Read More

Robert Kraft's Milestone Football

New England Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft reached 250 career wins when the Patriots defeated the Jets 17-16 during week 16 of the 2014 season. Read More

Andersen vs. Stenerud

See how Andersen stacks up against Gold Jacket Jan Stenerud. Read More

Davis vs. HOF RBs

See how Davis stacks up against those runners enshrined in the Hall of Fame. Read More

Harrison vs. HOF WRs

See how Harrison stacks up against the wide receivers enshrined in the Hall of Fame. Read More

2015 Finalist Profile: Ron Wolf

Recognized as one of finest personnel men in pro football. Read More

Marcus Allen sits down with bleacher report

Marcus Allen doesn't hold back with bleacher report when he talks about how he feels when someone breaks his record, what it takes to have a Hall of Fame career and more. Read More

Brady Surpasses Montana for Most TD Passes in Postseason

Tom Brady made history when he threw three touchdown passes to beat the Ravens on Saturday. Read More

Hall of Fame Fan Vote Results

Fans had the opportunity to voice their opinion and vote on who they think should be a part of the ’15 finalists. Find out how the results compare to the HOF selection committee's choices. Read More

Football and Cris Carter

Football shaped Cris Carter’s life. Watch this video to see how. Read More

The Ice Bowl

Played at Lambeau Field on December 31, the temperature at game time registered a frigid 13 degrees below zero. Read More

Class of 2015 Finalists Announced

Three first-year eligible nominees – Junior Seau, Orlando Pace, and Kurt Warner – are among the 15 Modern-Era Finalists who will be considered for election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Read More

Panthers Attempt to Make Postseason History

The Carolina Panthers could make history with a win on Saturday. Find out how. Read More

Live TV Announcement '15 Finalists

For the first time ever the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 15 Modern-Era Finalists will be announced live from the Hall of Fame on national television. Read More

Playoff Season: Standard of Excellence

NFL EVP, Football Operations Troy Vincent shared this message with players and coaches as the playoffs begin. Read More

Gold Jackets Participate in U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Gold Jackets Marcus Allen, Anthony Muñoz, Lynn Swann and Rod Woodson have been in San Antonio, Texas this week to take part in the U.S. Army American Bowl. Read More

Wild Card Gold

Many players with bronzed busts in Canton left their imprints on Wild Card games of the past. Read More

Weekly Top 20 - Through Week 17

Many active players rank among the career leaders in main statistical categories. See the lists that are updated throughout the 2014 NFL season. Read More

Team-by-Team single-season rushing leaders

DeMarco Murray topped all runners in 2014 with 1,845 rushing yards which also established a new Cowboys single-season rushing mark. Here is a team-by-team look at season rushing record holders. Read More

Monday Nuggets: Week 17

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Mission is to: Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values & Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE. We found many samples from Week 17 that align with our Mission, Vision, and Values! Read More

Rodgers' 700/25,000 Club Jersey

Aaron Rodgers' jersey from when he became the fastest quarterback to reach 25,000 career passing yards in the fewest attempts. Read More

The NFL's Longest Game

The 1971 AFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins, played on Christmas day, was a seesaw battle of touchdowns and field goals that didn’t end until halfway through a second overtime period. Read More

Weekly Top 20 - Through Week 16

Many active players rank among the career leaders in main statistical categories. See the lists that are updated throughout the 2014 NFL season. Read More

A Pair of Gold Jackets to Serve as Coaches for U.S. Army All-American Bowl

Marcus Allen and Rod Woodson have been selected as honorary coaches for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which features the country’s finest high school players. Read More

Monday Nuggets: Week 16

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Mission is to: Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values & Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE. We found many samples from Week 16 that align with our Mission, Vision, and Values! Read More

Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE: Edition 13

The mission of the Pro Football Hall of Fame is to Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values, Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE. Each Friday, ProFootballHOF.com features stories from the football world and beyond that illustrate the celebration of excellence! Read More

Ray Guy - Heart of a Hall of Famer Program

Watch Oakland Raiders legend and Gold Jacket punter Ray Guy participate in the Hall of Fame's Heart of a Hall of Famer series. Read More

Barry Sanders' Favorite Running Backs of Today and All Time

Gold Jacket Barry Sanders talk about some of the best players to ever carry the football on bleacherreport.com. Read More

Hall of Fame Village

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Trustees recently approved in concept a master plan to develop the current campus into a “Hall of Fame Village.” Find out everything you need to know about the village here. Read More

Weekly Top 20 - Through Week 15

Many active players rank among the career leaders in main statistical categories. See the lists that are updated throughout the 2014 NFL season. Read More

Monday Nuggets: Week 15

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Mission is to: Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values & Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE. We found many samples from Week 15 that align with our Mission, Vision, and Values! Read More

Earl Campbell

The first player to earn All-Southwest Conference honors four years, Campbell was a consensus All-America and the Heisman Trophy winner in 1977. Read More

Tony Dorsett

A four-time All-America at Pittsburgh, Dorsett also won the 1976 Heisman Trophy. Read More

O.J. Simpson

A two-time All-America from the University of Southern California and the 1968 Heisman Trophy winner, Simpson was one of history's most heralded rookies when the Buffalo Bills selected him as the No. 1 player in the entire 1969 draft. Read More

Roger Staubach

Staubach first starred as a quarterback at the U. S. Naval Academy, where he was a Heisman Trophy winner as a junior in 1963. Read More

Doak Walker

A three-time All-America and the 1948 Heisman Trophy winner while at Southern Methodist, Doak Walker brought glowing credentials to pro football when he joined the Detroit Lions in 1950. Read More

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