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Super Bowl 50 Was The End Of An Era

Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images Marvin Harrison called it a trifecta. Others may call it a hat trick. I call it the end of an era. For me, Super Bowl 50 marked the close of the first chapter of my Colts fandom. And I couldn’t have written a sweeter ending myself. I feel like I’ve spent most of my adult life defending Peyton Manning, his record, and his legacy. Monday morning...
Via The Blue Mare
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrell Owens snubbed in Hall of Fame vote, Brett Favre and Marvin Harrison get in

Terrell Owens, one of the most deserving candidates and a dominant force/nightmare matchup for his opponents for every team he played for (sans the Bills at the end of his career), was not voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Yet for some reason, Marvin Harrison made it in instead. And what’s even worse is that Harrison did not even show up to the induction ceremony to accept...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Marvin Harrison Skipped NFL Honors Because He Was Upset He Didn't Make Hall Of Fame Last Year

Part of the show Saturday night for the NFL Honors is the announcement of the names of the new Hall of Fame class. For some guys it will be something that has been a long time coming, for others it will be on their first try. Only a handful of guys go in every  year so there are always some worthy players left out.Marvin Harrison was left out last year. This year he was not, but...
Via FatManWriting
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Dungy, Harrison voted into Hall of Fame

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- On a weekend where one former Colt is set to play in the Super Bowl, two others are walking into the history books.Former head coach Tony Dungy and wide receiver Marvin Harrison were voted into the Hall of Fame class of 2016 Saturday. Harrison, Peyton Manning's top receiver while with the Indianapolis Colts from 1996-08, holds the record for most catches in...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Tim Brown's Reaction To Marvin Harrison Not Being Present When Name Called As New Hall Of Famer Is Priceless

Next to catching the winning touchdown pass in the Super Bowl, the career milestone every wide receiver hopes to achieve is making the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Next to getting drafted and making that catch it is the highlight of his career. So the announcement that you are in is something you would think a players would move planets to be present for.When Marvin Harrison was not...
Via FatManWriting
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Brett Favre Hall of Fame discussion took less than 10 seconds

Brett Favre was the only “lock” to make it into the Hall of Fame this year, and that can be proven by the amount of time voters spent on his case. According to a few writers who participated in the Hall of Fame vote, the discussion about the former Green Bay Packers quarterback took less than 10 seconds. .@wyche89 reports that the Brett Favre introduction to Hall of Fame...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Brett Favre, Tony Dungy headline Hall of Fame Class of 2016

Brett Favre is heading to Canton. The former Green Bay Packers quarterback was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2016 on Saturday along with seven other former players, coaches and owners. Favre made the cut on his first try, and he was one of 15 modern-era finalists. Joining Favre in the class of 2016 are Tony Dungy, wide receiver Marvin Harrison, tackle Orlando...
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Marvin Harrison Could Help SU Make History Tonight

In the history of professional football, two schools stand above the rest when it comes to Hall of Fame inductees. Notre Dame and Southern California each have 12 members, while Ohio State has the third highest total at nine. After that, two schools – Michigan and Pittsburgh – have eight inductees. Tonight, Syracuse could join […]
Via Otto's Grove
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Rams coach upset with Terrell Owens being a HOF finalist

Mike Martz is not happy at the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s selection committee. Martz pulled no punches in describing how he felt when it was discovered Terrell Owens became a Hall of Fame finalist in his first year of eligibility while fellow Rams players Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt remained semifinalists in their second year of eligibility. “Surprised’ isn’t the word...
Via The Comeback
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Julio Jones, Antonio Brown: more receiving yards than Rams

Jones just recorded 1,871 receiving yards, the second-most in NFL history, while Brown was only 37 yards behind at 1,834, good for fourth place on the list. Each caught 136 passes, tied for the league lead and seven shy of Marvin Harrison’s NFL record of 143. Brown had 10 receiving touchdowns; Jones had eight. ESPN’s Nick Wagoner put those incredible numbers into perspective...
January 04, 2016  |  Discuss

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