Peyton Manning is dominating Super Bowl week in Indianapolis, and Hall of Fame TE Shannon Sharpe said Monday the Colts must prepare themselves to make an unpopular decision.
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NFL.com is in Indianapolis soaking up the scene at the Super Bowl XLVI Media Center.
What were the six most memorable moments from Saturday night’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony? Adam Rank has you covered in his Hall of Fame addition of “Pick Six.”
After Ed Sabol‘s inspirational video and Shannon Sharpe‘s powerful speech and selfless tribute to his older brother, it was Deion Sanders who stole the show with an poignant tribute to his mother.
Shannon Sharpe‘s brother, Sterling Sharpe, explains how his brother was able to use his tremendous work ethic to revolutionize the tight end position and in turn get to the Hall of Fame.
Our camera catches a candid moment with 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinee Shannon Sharpe.
Without a doubt the best arrival for Hall of Fame weekend goes to Deion Sanders, who rolled up to the McKinley Hotel in a red and black RV, fit for, well, Deion.
Shannon Sharpe was a seventh-round draft choice in 1990 from Savannah State who would eventually become a three-time Super Bowl champion with the Broncos and Ravens. Even more significant is that Sharpe was one of the first to represent the current breed of NFL tight ends.
Coverage of Saturday’s Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony actually begins Monday with 12 hours of original programming on NFL Network – culminating, of course, with live coverage before, during and after the ceremony Saturday night in Canton, Ohio.
Posted: Wednesday, February 9th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2011 Pro Bowl, Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews, Deion Sanders, Devin Hester, Larry Fitzgerald, Marshall Faulk, Mike Smith, Shannon Sharpe, Super Bowl XLV, Tony Gonzalez
Hey NFL fan! It’s Ralph Lanier Jr., your NFL Director of Fandemonium here to tell you all about my phenomenal experiences at the 2011 Pro Bowl and also Super Bowl XLV. It’s been a busy and exciting couple of weeks and sadly, these are my final two entries.
Posted: Friday, September 24th, 2010 | Craig Ellenport Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Antonio Gates, Bill Walsh, Brett Favre, Chad Henne, Drew Bledsoe, LaDainian Tomlinson, Marv Levy, Matt Ryan, Michael Vick, Ottis Anderson, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Roddy White, Shannon Sharpe, Terrell Owens, Tim Hightower, Tony Romo
Want to impress your pals when you gather to watch the Week 3 action Sunday? As we pored through the voluminous stack of notes prepared this week by the crack NFL Network staff for the NFL GameDay Morning crew to use, we pulled out a few nuggets you can use as fun facts or tough trivia:
Posted: Sunday, September 19th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Andre Johnson, Antonio Brown, Antonio Gates, Brett Favre, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Johnson, Clay Matthews, Curly Lambeau, David Garrard, Doak Walker, Donovan McNabb, Elvis Grbac, Jahvid Best, Joe Flacco, LeSean McCoy, Lynn Chandois, Mark Sanchez, Marvin Harrison, Matt Schaub, Michael Vick, Mike McCarthy, Mike Shanahan, Mike Tomlin, Mike Williams, Randy Moss, Shannon Sharpe, Troy Polamalu, Vinny Testeverde, Wes Welker
With Week 2 almost in the books, here’s a look at a few key statistics and notable numbers from Sunday’s action from George Li on the NFL Network research desk.
The Senior Bowl, combine and pro day workouts are perhaps most important for unheralded players from non-BCS schools. It is their chance to establish themselves as legitimate pro prospects, and make up ground on the more famous players they are competing against for draft position. Wayne State’s Joique Bell is one such player.
Posted: Saturday, September 19th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Marshall, Brett Favre, Chris Baker, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Gary Guyton, Green Bay Packers, Jerod Mayo, Joshua Cribbs, Minnesota Twins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Shannon Sharpe, Todd Heap
Former Broncos TE Shannon Sharpe, just days away from his induction into the team’s Ring of Fame, offered a few choice words directed toward disgruntled Denver WR Brandon Marshall.
Posted: Friday, August 7th, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Andre Reed, Bill Cowher, Bill Parcells, Brett Favre, Cris Carter, Curtis Martin, Deion Sanders, Don Hutson, Eddie George, Emmitt Smith, Hall of Fame, Jerome Bettis, Jerry Rice, Junior Seau, Marshall Faulk, Michael Strahan, Shannon Sharpe, Tim Brown
Bad news for some of the fringe players waiting on the Hall of Fame, like Cris Carter, Shannon Sharpe and Andre Reed. That wait could become even longer as Emmitt Smith and Jerry Rice will be taking two of the available spots in the 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame class.