• Super Bytes: The Pro Football Hall of Fame vote

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Feb 1, 2014
    • 2014 a strong football Hall of Fame class

      Not exactly the class Nick Canepa would have voted for, but still strong.
    • Pro Football Hall of Fame 2014: Ray Guy, Michael Strahan among 7 elected

      Two first-time eligible players, linebacker Derrick Brooks and offensive tackle Walter Jones, were selected.
      Source: nola.com
    • Ray Guy becomes first full-time punter to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame

      NEW YORK – It seemed at times that Ray Guy's shot at getting into the Pro Football Hall of Fame had passed. And if he couldn't break through that wall and become the first full-time punter into the Hall, who would? But Guy kept the faith. Even if he was…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Ray Guy in Hall, Tim Brown has to wait

      ALAMEDA, Calif. -- While one former Oakland Raiders player made history Saturday, another will have to wait at least another year for his place in football immortality. Ray Guy became the first punter to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, maki…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Pro Football Hall of Fame set to select inductees

      NEW YORK - The Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee faces an arduous job Saturday, choosing no more than seven inductees, including a maximum of five from the modern era, from a list of 17 finalists. Included in that group is former Cardinals c…
      Source: azcentral.com
  • New Orleans native Aeneas Williams elected to Hall of Fame; former New Orleans Saints kicker Morten Andersen falls short

    Williams, who starred at Fortier High School and Southern University, played 14 seasons in the NFL
    Source: nola.com
    • Aeneas Williams selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame

      Aeneas Williams became a rare bird Saturday night: an Arizona Cardinal selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The former Cardinals cornerback is one of seven men in the class of 2014, which will be inducted into Canton, Ohio, this summer. He is the…
      Source: azcentral.com
    • Andersen not selected for Hall of Fame

      Former New Orleans Saints kicker Morten Andersen wasn’t selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Although he was one of 15 finalists for enshrinement, Andersen was one of the first five candidates eliminated when the panel of 46 selectors…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Claude Humphrey in Hall; Andersen waits

      Morten Andersen said it was time for fellow kicker Jan Stenerud to have company in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Unfortunately, Andersen won’t be joining Stenerud just yet. The former Atlanta Falcons kicker was not voted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday…
      Source: ESPN.com

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Super Bytes: The Pro Football Hall of Fame vote
Pro Football Hall of Fame 2014: Ray Guy, Michael Strahan among …
Ray Guy becomes first full-time punter to make the Pro Football…
Ray Guy becomes first full-time punter to make the Pro Football…
Seven named to Pro Football Hall of Fame
New Orleans native Aeneas Williams elected to Hall of Fame; for…
Aeneas Williams selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Pro Football Hall of Fame set to select inductees