During last night’s halftime of the Thursday Night Cincinnati VS Cleveland game, Pro Football Hall of Fame President, David Baker was in a pre-recorded segment announcing that Joe Buck, who was broadcasting that game with Troy Aikman won the Pete Rozelle Award. The annual winner receives automatic entry to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Pete Rozelle Award was first given in 1989, with one of the past inductees being Jack Buck, the father of Joe. Buck is a previous Emmy winner, and he has called six Super Bowls.
We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to congratulate Joe Buck for earning this honor.