Orlando Pace first visited the Pro Football Hall of Fame when he was in high school. He'll return this summer as a member.
Kevin Greene found himself in the unenviable spot of being all too familiar with the hurry-up-and-wait approach that goes with being on the ballot.
Rams running back Todd Gurley was honored as the NFL's top offensive rookie just 16 months removed from a torn ACL he suffered while at Georgia.
Kurt Warner, who missed out on Hall of Fame induction for the second year in a row, says his unconventional path to the NFL makes him proud.
Ron Wolf took a chance on Brett Favre, and now they're both in the HOF.
Not only did former Redskins offensive lineman Joe Jacoby have the physical and mental gifts to play in the NFL, he also had solid character.