Hank Stram, a legend in Kansas City sports history, died Monday in New Orleans following a lengthy illness. He was 82.
Bob Brown, who was an OT for the Raiders, Eagles and Rams had a working-class attitude.
Al Davis, the Raiders controversial owner who has three Super Bowl rings and has antagonized his fellow NFL owners with lawsuits, will be profiled on Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET.
Hank Stram, one of the most vibrant football personalities ever, said nothing and still moved the crowd on Sunday.
They starred on NFL Sundays, so it's fitting that's when they will enter the Hall of Fame.
In 15 seasons, Hank Stram coached the Chiefs franchise to three AFL titles and two Super Bowl appearances.
Tex Schramm helped build the Dallas Cowboys into "America's Team" and was instrumental in the NFL's evolution and popularity.
Frank "Pop" Ivy, the only coach to direct teams in the NFL, AFL and Canadian Football League, has died. He was 87.
A day before his estranged former team plays in the Super Bowl, Marcus Allen was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Jan. 25.
Bios for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2003.
Sid Gillman, the Hall of Fame football coach who was one of the masterminds behind the West Coast offense used by several of the NFL's best teams, died early Jan. 3.
Joe Foss, the first commissioner of the American Football League, died Jan. 1. He was 87.
With the holiday season upon us, ESPN Classic celebrates some of the best moments in sports history with a Classic presentation of "Do You Believe in Miracles" on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 24-25.
Dick Butkus left opponents such as Bart Starr looking "like Oscar Bonavena after Cassius Clay had finished with him," wrote the Chicago Tribune.
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