2017 Football Eligibles

An above average player who spent most of his career with the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Kampman collected over 50 Quarterback Sacks and was named to two Pro Bowls. Kampman had 15.5 Sacks in 2006, which put him second overall in the league that season.

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Spending his entire career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Defensive End, Aaron Smith would help the franchise win a pair of Super Bowls and was considered by most to be an above average Defensive End. Realistically, Smith was a solid supporting player in those championships and is not likely to receive a lot of support for Canton.
A Cornerback who made two Pro Bowls with the Green Bay Packers, Al Harris was a large part of Green Bay’s Super Bowl XLV Championship Team. While Harris would become widely known in the National Football League for his work in Green Bay, realistically the best he can likely hope for is a place in the Green Bay Packers Hall…
For a two year period (2007 & 2008) Albert Haynesworth was considered the best Defensive Tackle in Football, though shortly after he would become one of the worst free agent signing in the game’s history. Perhaps his legacy has not been completely decided, but before his career fell apart (do to his own attitude and reduced conditioning, those last two…
Quietly assisting his team to the Super Bowl twice, Bob Sanders played Strong Safety for the bulk of his career with the Indianapolis Colts where he did win a ring and was named the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2007. Sanders, who may not have received the same play that other Colts did, was a vital part of…
From the state of Iowa, and himself a product of the Iowa Hawkeyes, Casey Wiegmann enjoyed a very long career in the National Football League and started 200 of 227 Games Played. Wiegmann was a Pro Bowl selection in 2008.
Playing his entire professional career with the Green Bay Packers, Chad Clifton started 160 of his 165 Games at Offensive Tackle. Clifton would become a two time Pro Bowl selection and was a member of the Green Bay Packers Team that won Super Bowl XLV.
A Pro Bowl selection in 2010, E.J. Henderson would play all nine of his NFL seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. Henderson was regarded as one of the men with the highest characters in the game as was shown by his winning of the Ed Block Courage Award in 2009.
Jake Delhomme was an undrafted Quarterback out of Louisiana-Lafayette who managed to play backup for his home state New Orleans Saints, but it was across the division in Carolina where he would have his greatest success. As a Panther, he would take the team to their first ever Super Bowl (they didn’t win) and made a Pro Bowl in 2005.…
A First Team All-Pro in his rookie season (though he never did receive that honor again), Jeremy Shocky was brash, cocky and opinionated, but most of all a very good Football player. Shockey would record over 500 receptions, very good numbers for a Tight End, but was also regarded in the NFL as a very good blocker. He would win…
“Big” John Henderson would spend the majority of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars and it was there that he would make his two Pro Bowls. Sadly for Henderson, he rarely played for a winner, and was one of the few bright spots in the teams he played for on the professional level.
The first two seasons of Joseph Addai’s career were very good as he would exceed the 1,000 Yard mark Rushing and would make the Pro Bowl in 2007. Addai was a vital member of the Colts lone Super Bowl in Indianapolis, as he would catch 10 passes, a record for a Running Back in the Super Bowl. Injuries would take…
Although Kris Dielman was undrafted from Indiana, he would sign on with the San Diego Chargers who would learn that snagged someone special. Dielman would slowly work his way to the starting lineup and than to Pro Bowl level, earning four straight trips to Hawaii. Sadly complications from a severe concussion forced him to an early retirement.   He is not…
For a couple of years, Larry Johnson was near the top of the world of Running Backs, and posted two consecutive seasons as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs where he would eclipse 1,750 Rushing Yards. He would earn two successive trips to the Pro Bowl at that time but while he would rush for over 6,000 Yards in…
Known for leading the Philadelphia Eagles Secondary for years, Lito Sheppard came out of the University of Florida and dazzled fans with his speed and would make First Team All Pro honors in 2004, and adding a pair of Pro Bowl selections to his resume. Sheppard was a popular figure in Philadelphia, but likely does not have the Hall of…
Although Marion Barber never rushed for over 1,000 Yards in an NFL season, he was a Pro Bowl selection in 2007 and was known for his power running game. Barber was a very popular player in Dallas, and though he won’t seriously be considered for Canton, he definitely made his mark in “Big D”.
Matt Light was one of the major stars of a successful New England Patriots Offensive Line and was a large cog in a machine that earned three Super Bowls while he was their Center. Light was a three time Pro Bowl Selection, a one time First Team All Pro and would also win the 2007 Tuesday Morning Quarterback non-QB/non-RB Award.
Mike Sellers actually greater fame in the Canadian Football League, but the versatile player would emerge as a Pro Bowl Selection in 2008 as a Fullback; this despite being a very prolific runner in the CFL. That adaptability allowed, Sellers a much longer career than most of his peers, and while that is not likely to get him inducted to…
Neil Rackers had a solid twelve season run as a Place Kicker in the National Football League and would twice lead all kickers in Field Goal Percentage. Rackers also led the NFL in successful Field Goals over 55 Yards twice and also in Field Goals made once. Place Kickers have a hard time getting noticed by Canton, let alone someone…