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  • Author:
    Barney Brantingham
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    1880352206
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    978-1880352205
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    Albion Publishing Group (1992)
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But the man behind integration of the Rams was a Los Angeles journalist named Halley Harding

But the man behind integration of the Rams was a Los Angeles journalist named Halley Harding. The Rams, having decamped from Cleveland because of low attendance, needed a place to play in . and the giant Coliseum fit the bill. As I wrote in my book Pro Football Hall of Fame, people are surprised to learn that before turning to a career as a singer and actor, Paul Robeson played end for pro teams in Akron, Ohio, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the 1920s. At 6’3″ and 217 pounds, he was a Walter Camp All-American and Phi Beta Kappa at Rutgers.

Third time is the charm for former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, as he and four others were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Feb. 4, 2017. Hannah Gaber/azcentral. What happens when you put 48 writers, broadcasters and members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in a room for nine hours?

Bobby Bowden, the best ever in my book, to coach college football. Mike, I appreciate the hard work, man, behind the scenes, lifting weights, running each other, challenging each other before dark, before everybody got in the building.

Bobby Bowden, the best ever in my book, to coach college football. Coach Bowden, I know you're watching. I appreciate it, Mike, and I appreciate your friendship today. Next, I'd like to thank the right foot of Martin Grammatica.

Former Dallas Cowboys player Drew Pearson was visibly frustrated and emotional after being passed over for the Pro Football Hall of Fame this week. Pearson - a Super Bowl champion who played for the Cowboys from 1973 to 1983 - watched a televised presentation of the 2020 Hall of Fame class with friends and family on Wednesday, hoping this would finally be the year he would be given the honor. They broke my heart, a frustrated Pearson, 69, is heard saying in a video posted to Twitter by WFAA anchor Jonah Javad.

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