Mike Haynes: It's "A Little Embarrassing" For HOF Finalists Who Don't Get InHaynes was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1997 – his third year on the ballot
Andre Tippett: The Game Shouldn't Be Played That WayThe Hall of Fame linebacker understands the importance of player safety but feels new rules have put NFL defenders in a no-win situation
Feinstein: Bonds, Clemens Don't Belong In Hall; Might Be Time For New VotersPutting Barry Bonds or Roger Clemens in Cooperstown would be "disgusting," John Feinstein wrote, and too many voters fail to realize that
Steve Phillips: Put Bonds, Clemens, McGwire And Other PED-Era Greats In CooperstownThe Hall of Fame is a museum documenting the history of the game, Phillips said, so put the best players in and tell the story of each era
Jeff Passan: I Will No Longer Cast A Ballot For Baseball Hall Of FameJeff Passan knows that filling out a Hall of Fame ballot is one of the greatest honors a baseball writer can have. But he's giving it up.
Priest Holmes: I'm "Absolutely" A Hall Of FamerPriest Holmes was one of the best running backs of his era – and utterly unstoppable from 2001-03
LaDainian Tomlinson: Meeting Emmitt Smith Changed My LifeThe recently inducted Pro Football Hall of Famer discussed his career, his childhood heroes, and Adrian Peterson, among other topics
Taylor: My Numbers Speak For Themselves, I Should Be In Hall Of FameFred Taylor believes his numbers are worthy of Canton – and he might be right
Easley: I Didn't Watch Football For 15 Years, Needed Divorce From GameKenny Easley, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend, discussed the kidney ailment that cost him his career
Raines, Bagwell, Rodriguez Headline MLB 2017 Hall Of Fame ClassThree players earned induction into the Hall including one first ballot selection.
Brown: 2015 Hall Of Fame Induction Was One For The AgesJake Brown looks back at the atmosphere of Hall of Fame Induction weekend in Cooperstown.
John Feinstein Blog: Writers Should Keep Voting For Hall Of FameJohn Feinstein analyzes this year's MLB Hall of Fame induction and the future of the HOF.

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