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NFL Hall of Fame 2019 Inductees – Part 2

This Saturday we get to see 8 more gridiron giants inducted as part of the NFL Hall of Fame 2019 inductees celebration.  Last week we covered the first four members in the episode titled NFL Hall of Fame 2019 Class – Part 1.  I recommend you listen to this episode first if you have not done so. 

This week we cover a brief overview of the rest of the members being inducted on August 3rd.  The episode covers the players in alphabetic order.  Here are the rest of the 4 members:

Ty Law (modern) – cornerback for New England Patriots (1995-2005) New York Jets (2005, 2008) Kansas City Chiefs (2006-2007) Denver Broncos (2009)

Kevin Mawae (modern) – center and guard for Seattle Seahawks (1994-1997) New York Jets (1998-2005) Tennessee Titans (2006-2009)

Ed Reed (modern) – safety for Baltimore Ravens (2002-2012) Houston Texans (2013) New York Jets (2013)

Johnny Robinson (senior) – safety and running back for Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs (1960-1971)

A couple weeks ago I covered the Pro Football Hall of Fame 2018 Recap.  In this episode, I also gave a quick overview of how players are voted into the Hall.  I recommend checking this episode out before listening to this week’s episode, as well.

Note – The article below covers the topic of this week’s episode in detail.  There are many links throughout the article to enhance your learning of the history of the NFL.  A few of these may be Amazon links.  As an Amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.  Keep scrolling to get to the article.


About the author, Arnie Chapman

My name is Arnie Chapman, and I am the host of The Football History Dude, a podcast dedicated to teaching fans about the rich history of the NFL. The show officially launched on 4/15/18, and I have not looked back. I have always been passionate about football, and learning about the history of the game has intrigued me, as well. I'm asking you to come along with me on my DeLorean to travel back in time and learn about the yesteryear of the gridiron. To get started, you can go to my website for more details.

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