Found August 05, 2013 on Football Nation:
In this week's episode, host Dave Holcomb has the pleasure of going through the seven most recent Hall of Fame inductions  and explaining each individual's credentials that make them a Hall of Fame player. The list includes Offensive Guard Larry Allen, Wide Receiver Cris Carter, Linebacker Curly Culp, Offensive Tackle Jonathan Ogden, Head Coach Bill Parcells, Linebacker Dave Robinson, Defensive Tackle Warren Sapp.Next, there are many players who deserve to be inducted into Pro Football's Hall of Fame, but have not been elected yet.  Dave takes a look at three names who should have busts in Canton soon.In the second segment, the show begins with more Hall of Fame news with Art Donovan passing away on Sunday. The defensive tackle won two NFL Championships with the Baltimore Colts and was enshrined in Canton in 1968. Sunday night, Dallas defeated Miami 24-20 in the seasons first game which had a unheard of rookie making a huge play. To finish the segment, Dave discusses two...
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