The NFL season officially kicks off next week with the Hall of Fame Game! The Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens will take a break from training camp to head to Canton and get the season underway. With an offseason full of action wrapping up, we thought we'd take a look at some of the biggest stories that will materialize at the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium on August 2.
We are gearing up for the biggest party of the year at the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls! We can't wait to see you in Canton as a new set of gold jackets are handed out to some of the most recognizable faces in football's vast lore. Whether you're there to celebrate a particular player or going to soak in the grandeur of it all, we know this will be a weekend to remember!
Every person that enters the Pro Football Hall of Fame has the right to be considered an all-time great on the field, but not all of them were born with the skill of public speaking. But there is a select few who have the skill and put in on full display in front of an audience in attendance to honor their legacy and playing career.
Before the biggest names in football take the step into Pro Football HOF immortality, they need to be presented. For some players the selection of their presenter is an immediate decision, but for others it can take months of contemplation. But with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls quickly approaching, all eight inductees have made their choices. Today we’re looking at the first four presenters for the 2018 Enshrinement Ceremony:
What an incredible Pro Football Hall of Fame Class, right? It's no wonder packages and tickets have been flying off the shelves. In fact, we are almost sold out! Even though all of our multi-day packages are gone, we do still have Single Day Packages available for the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday and the Enshrinement Ceremony on Saturday.
See below to learn more about what is included!
The Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls is filled with so many fun activities! But you may be wondering, what all is there to do in Canton? Besides all of the excitement happening on the Hall of Fame grounds, there is also plenty to see and do around the town. Read below for a few great places to eat and see while you’re in Canton.
We finally have a class and this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Class is quite impressive. The new class of Enshrinees was announced at the NFL Honors. The newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame are contributor Bobby Beathard, linebacker Robert Brazile, safety Brian Dawkins, guard Jerry Kramer, linebacker Ray Lewis, wide receiver Randy Moss, wide receiver Terrell Owens, and linebacker Brian Urlacher.
Tomorrow is the big day – the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 will be announced, and we’re perched on the edge of our seats waiting in anticipation! There are currently 15 finalists and we’ve been diving into their careers to show just how they made the cut. Today, we’re looking at the last five finalists and it’s a good list.
We’re just five days away from the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 announcement and we couldn’t be more excited! There are 15 finalists as of right now and this class will be narrowed down to a maximum of 8. Being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame is a tremendous honor. Working hard to get to the Hall of Fame is no easy feat and each of these men would make fine additions to the Hall. We’ve already covered five of the fifteen finalists. Here are look at the next five finalists.
We are just a few short days away from finding out who made the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2018 Class! There are currently 15 finalists and this number will be chopped down a maximum of 8. Being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame is an enormous honor. While most players don’t set out to become Hall of Famers, they certainly set out to do their best and head to a Super Bowl. This year’s pool of finalists have done just that. Over the next few days, we’re going to look at each finalist.