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Osi Umenyiora

Osi Umenyiora was a vital part of the New York Giants success in late 2000’s and early 2010’s, most notably helping them win two Super Bowls. The British born pass rusher holds the single season record for forced fumbles and was a two time First Team All Pro. He may not make it to the Hall of Fame, but fans of the G-Men will never forget what he did for that franchise.

Osi Umenyiora Retires

Perhaps it did not get the attention it should have but former New York Giant and two-time Super Bowl Champion, Osi Umenyiora retired this week.

Umenyiora, a former second round draft choice out of Troy, would shine the brightest when the pressure was on and Umenyiora would make two Pro Bowl Teams along with a pair of All Pro Selections.  The Linebacker would record 85 Quarterback Sacks, including three seasons where he recorded two digit Sack campaigns.

The Nigerian born player was a major force in the G-Men’s last Super Bowl win and while he is unlikely to be honored by Canton, it is very possible that the Giants will honor him in some capacity now that his playing career is over.

We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to thank Osi Umenyiora for the memories and wish him the best in his post NFL playing career. 



The 2020 Football Futures are up!

It is always onward and upward for us at Notinhalloffame.com, and as such we wanted to take the time to update our Football Futures section.  This is the portion of the website where you have the opportunity to let us know your opinion as whether retired players who are not yet eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame should be enshrined in Canton.  This process also helps us establish where these players should be ranked once eligible.

We already had the Football Futures from 2016, 2017 and 2018 up, and recently we have updated our 2017 Football Futures and our2018 Football Futures Section, and recently we unveiled the brand new 2019 Football Futures Section.

We have one more section in Football that we put up, and yes, you guessed correctly with the new 2020 Football Futures.

The 2019 Football Futures consist of:

Brandon Lloyd, a Wide Receiver who was a one time Pro Bowl Selection.

Brett Keisel, a Defensive End who won two Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers and was a one time Pro Bowler.

Chris Myers, a Center who chosen for two Pro Bowls.

Cortland Finnegan, a Cornerback who went on one Pro Bowl.

Darnell Dockett, a Defensive Tackle who was a three time Pro Bowl Selection and played his entire career with the Arizona Cardinals.

John Abraham, a Defensive End who was a five time Pro Bowler, a two Time First Team All Pro and a member of the 100 Sack club. 

Justin Smith, a Defensive End who was a former Defensive Player of the Year and a five time Pro Bowl Selection.

Lance Briggs, a Linebacker who was a seven time Pro Bowl choice, a one time First Team All Pro who spent his entire career with the Chicago Bears.

Mat McBriar, a Punter who was a two time Pro Bowler who twice led the NFL in Yards per Punt.

Maurice Jones-Drew, a Running Back who was a three time Pro Bowl Selection and was twice named the NFL Alumni Running Back of the Year. 

Michael Roos, an Offensive Tackle who went to one Pro Bowl.

Nick Hardwick, a Center who went to one Pro Bowl and played his entire career with the San Diego Chargers.

Osi Umenyiora, a Defensive End who won the Super Bowl twice with the New York Giants and was also a two time Pro Bowl Selection.

Patrick Willis, a Linebacker who went to seven Pro Bowls and was chosen for five First Team All Pro teams. 

Ryan Clark, a Safety who was a one time Pro Bowler and a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XLIII Team.

Thomas DeCoud, a Strong Safety who went to one Pro Bowl.

Troy Polamalu, a Safety who anchored the Pittsburgh Steelers to Super Bowls and was a four time First Team All Pro Selection as well as being a former Defensive Player of the Year.

Wade Smith, an Offensive Lineman who went to one Pro Bowl.



Regular visitors to the website, you know what we want you to do!

Take a look at this new section and let your voice be heard.  Cast a vote and offer your opinion on this group of gridiron greats.

At the end of this football season, we will add anyone else who should belong in the 2020 section, namely those who have not retired yet but have not suited up for an NFL team this season. 

As always we here at Notinhalloffame.com thank you for your support and pledge to continue to bring you more Hall of Fame related content!



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