A Little About
The Hall of Fame Roundtable is a new speaker series at The Pro Football Hall of Fame, kicking off on April 2. Join Hall of Fame Running Back Thurman Thomas and Peter King of Sports Illustrated’s The MMQB for an evening discussion about football with a focus on the upcoming 2014 NFL Draft.
General admission is just $30 and includes a tour of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Upgrade to a V.I.P. admission for $45 and you will receive a tour, an autographed photo an exclusive pre-roundtable meet and greet with Thurman Thomas and Peter King and preferred seating during the roundtable discussion.
The Hall of Fame Roundtable will take place in our new Event Center starting at 6:30 p.m. The V.I.P. meet and greet will start at 5:30 p.m. Cash bar will be available.
Seats are limited, reserve your tickets today!
Peter King’s popular Monday Morning Quarterback column on SI.com has been a must-read by football fans and NFL insiders for years. In 2013, Sport Illustrated’s The MMQB, headed by King, launched and is regarded as one of the most dynamic, entertaining, and in-depth websites dedicated to the NFL. King also serves as a reporter for NBC’s Football Night in America studio show. He has been recognized with numerous awards throughout his career including two AP Sports Editors Awards for excellence in sports journalism and was named the 2010 National Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. King was awarded the prestigious Dick McCann Memorial Award by the Pro Football Writers of America in 2009.
Thurman Thomas was selected in the second round, 40th player overall, in the 1988 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills. He instantly became a vital piece of the Bills’ high-powered “no-huddle” offense that vaulted Buffalo to an unprecedented four straight Super Bowl appearances. The NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 1991, a five-time Pro Bowler, and a member of the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1990s, Thomas led the NFL in yards from scrimmage a record four consecutive seasons. Thomas retired after 13 seasons, which included one final year with the Miami Dolphins, with a career total of 12,074 yards rushing and an additional 4,458 yards on 472 catches. He was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007.