Found February 04, 2012 on CowboysBlog.Net:
PLAYERS: Charles Haley
The voting is a sham, how is Charles Haley overlooked for the NFL Hall of Fame yet again. Chris Doleman and Cortez Kennedy over Haley, you gotta be sh****’ me! What the hell did those guys do for their teams, how much impact did they have, how many rings did they get? So stupid. (5) Super Bowl Rings, for two world-class teams, and impact player for this respective defensive units. Haley was robbed again. Lame.
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