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Pro Football Hall Of Fame Calls Up Sapp, Parcells, Ogden, Allen and Carter Updated Feb 2, 2013
The NFL's next Hall of Fame class, just announced, has a few dudes the TV made famous. There's Bill Parcells, who made a coaching career of winning two Super Bowls with the Giants and then convincing other teams believe he might ever do it again; Chris …
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  • Favre-Rodgers: 'That was awkward' Feb 2, 2013
    After a long night of writing, I finally got a chance to roll back the DVR and check out the surprise joint appearance of the Green Bay Packers' two most recent starting quarterbacks during the NFL Honors awards show. Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers, who …
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  • Favre-Rodgers: And you thought ... Feb 2, 2013
    Posted without comment (for now) from NFL public-relations man Brian McCarthy, who snapped a picture of the Green Bay Packers' two most recent starting quarterbacks backstage at the NFL Honors award show in New Orleans. I'll have more on the reunion of …
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  • Dave Robinson: More Lombardi-era HOFers Feb 2, 2013
    It's easy to get lost in the shuffle when you played during the golden age of the NFL's most celebrated franchise. Dave Robinson was an elite playmaking linebacker on some of Vince Lombardi's best Green Bay Packers teams, but it took 38 years after his …
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  • Hall of Fame wait over for Cris Carter Feb 2, 2013
    As you might have heard, three of the four Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists with NFC North ties were elected Saturday to the class of 2013. Minnesota Vikings receiver Cris Carter and senior nominees Dave Robinson (Green Bay Packers) and Curley Culp (…
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  • Kraft describes Brady’s future as a “dual decision” Feb 2, 2013
    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been saying for the past few years that he wants to play “10 more years.”  At some point, however, his career could conclude on a team other than the Patriots. Brett Favre ultimately wanted to play longer than the P
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