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Chart: Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013

  • August 2, 2013 - 11:42 PM

LARRY ALLEN

Dallas (1994-2005) and San Francisco (2006-07): Seven time All-Pro played both guard and tackle. Elected to 11 Pro Bowls and was on NFL all-decade team of 1990s and 2000s. Won Super Bowl XXX with the Cowboys.

CRIS CARTER

Philadelphia (1987-89), Vikings (1990-2001) and Miami (2002): Wide receiver who was second in NFL history in catches (1,101) and receiving TDs (130) when he retired. Set NFL record in 1994 with 122 receptions.

CURLEY CULP

Kansas City (1968-74), Houston (1974-80) and Detroit (1980-81): Defensive tackle was senior candidate. Helped the Chiefs win Super Bowl IV and was chosen for six Pro Bowls.

JONATHAN OGDEN

Baltimore (1996-2007): Huge (6-9, 345 pounds) offensive tackle was selected as a six-time All-Pro, played in 11 Pro Bowls and helped the Ravens win Super Bowl XXXV.

BILL PARCELLS

N.Y. Giants (1983-1990), New England (1993-96), N.Y. Jets (1997-99), Dallas (2003-06): Coach was 183-138-1 in regular season, 11-8 in postseason. Won Super Bowls XXI and XXV with Giants, lost XXXI with Patriots.

DAVE ROBINSON

Green Bay (1963-72) and Washington (1973-74): Outside linebacker was senior candidate. Won Super Bowls I and II with the Packers and finished with 27 interceptions in 12 NFL seasons.

WARREN SAPP

Tampa Bay (1995-2003) and Oakland (2004-07): Defensive tackle had 96.5 career sacks, was 1999 NFL defensive player of the year, was four-time All-Pro and helped Bucs win Super Bowl XXXVII.

























 

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