The inaugural Pro Football Hall of Fame Fan Fest was held May 3-4, 2014 at the I-X Center in Cleveland. The Fan Fest opened with a private reception for Powerball winners that featured 100 Hall of Famers on hand.
Larry King (right) hosted a panel that included Hall of Famers (L-R) Harry Carson, Barry Sanders, and Jim Brown.
The NFL's all-time winningest coach and John Carroll University alum Don Shula posed with the school’s football team.
Steelers great Jack Ham signed a replica Vince Lombardi Trophy for a fan.
A young football fan tests his skills in the “Mini Combine.”
Terry Bradshaw sings a song in his one-man show titled "Terry Bradshaw: America’s Favorite Dumb Blonde…My Life in Four Quarters.”
Hall of Famers Michael Irvin and Marshall Faulk discussed the upcoming 2014 NFL Draft.
Hall of Famers Larry Wilson, Joe DeLamielleure and Raymond Berry talked about how football helped shape their life. The popular Roundtable was hosted by Larry King.
Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe coached a youth football team.
Hall of Fame offensive lineman Bruce Matthew posed for a photo with an excited fan.
Hall of Famers Bobby Bell, Curley Culp, Paul Krause, Tom Mack and moderator Pete Fierle of the Hall of Fame shared a laugh during a Roundtable on Sunday.
Raiders legend Art Shell coached a group of youth football players.
Hall of Fame DE Carl Eller posed for a photo with a fan.
Cleveland sports personality Michael Reghi (left) and Joe Horrigan of the Hall of Fame (right) kept the conversation rolling with Hall of Famers Lem Barney, Randall McDaniel, Walter Jones, Jackie Slater, Mel Renfro and Bob St. Clair.
The 100-yard indoor football field was filled with constant activity during the two-day Fan Fest.
Hall of Fame guard John Hannah greeted a fan during one of the autograph sessions.
The Hall of Fame Store featured a variety of merchandise for fans of all teams.
A fan tested his arm in the "Quarterback Challenge."
A father and daughter posed in front of Don Shula's bust.