Established in 1963, the Pro Football Hall of Fame stands as the ultimate testament to the rich history and unparalleled excellence of the National Football League (NFL). Nestled in Canton, Ohio, the hallowed halls of this esteemed institution pay homage to the legends, icons, and trailblazers who have left an indelible mark on the gridiron. From gridiron titans who dominated the game with unmatched skill and athleticism to visionary coaches and administrators who shaped its evolution, the Pro Football Hall of Fame serves as a shrine to the enduring legacy of the greatest sport there is.
Kicking off a rundown of the greatest athletes to rock every jersey number from 00 to 99 is like diving into a treasure trove of…Read More
20. Buck Ewing A trailblazer. Buck Ewing set the standard for the modern catcher in the late 19th century. What made Ewing stand out wasn’t…Read More
Throughout the history of the NFL, the position of the tight end has been vital. The only true hybrid position, a tight end is asked…Read More
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In the NBA, trades often serve as pivotal moments that shape the destiny of franchises. While some deals propel teams to glory, others leave lasting…Read More
33. Johnny Manziel (22nd Overall, 2014 — Cleveland Browns) Johnny Manziel went from a relative unknown to a household name after a memorable 2012 Heisman-winning…Read More
Around the same time reports emerged stating the Seattle Seahawks had restructured Geno Smith’s contract, similar reports came out surrounding Derek Carr’s deal with the…Read More