Pro Football Hall of Fame
Oakland Raiders legend Ray Guy became the first punter elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday, 23 years after he left the game.
The hang time is over for Ray Guy, longtime punter for the Oakland Raiders. After 23 years, Guy is the first punter elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
John Madden said it was a special class he saw inducted into the pro football Hall of Fame in Canton over the weekend.
“I played the game for the love and respect of the people I played with and against,” said Warren Sapp, who spent the final fours years of his career with the Oakland Raiders.
John Madden is back in the Madden Cruiser on his way to the Pro Football Hall of Fame festivities in Canton, Ohio.
Former Oakland Raiders defensive lineman Warren Sapp and former San Francisco 49ers offensive linemen Larry Allen were among the class of 2013 inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
NFL Hall of famers have a tendency to lean toward greatness and Dan Marino is no different. He’s particularly impressed with the play of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
An oddity for this Super Bowl has both teams’ former owners as finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
John Madden toured several NFL training camps on the Madden Cruiser with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell before attending the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton over the weekend.
The Oakland A’s edged the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 in 15 innings over five hours Monday night. Oakland reliever Jerry Blevins said the team shared a box of donuts from a fan just before the game-ending rally. John Madden told the KCBS morning crew he wasn’t surprised the donuts came from the bullpen.