NFL Hall Of Famers Demand Health Insurance & Annual Salary For Life Or They’ll Boycott Ceremony

After the controversy between Terrell Owners and the Hall of Fame subsided, another has stemmed.

A notable group of members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame are demanding health insurance and an annual salary from a share of the league’s revenue of they will boycott future induction ceremonies.

A letter has been sent to  NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on behalf of the Hall of Famers, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith, and Pro Football Hall of Fame and CEO David Baker that outlines the their grievances.


22 Hall of Famers including, including Hall of Fame Board chairman Eric Dickerson, Marcus Allen, Mel Blount, Derrick Brooks, Jim Brown, Earl Campbell, Richard Dent, Carl Eller, Marshall Faulk, Mike Haynes, Rickey Jackson, Ronnie Lott, Curtis Martin, Joe Namath, John Randle, Jerry Rice, Deion Sanders, Bruce Smith, Jackie Smith, Lawrence Taylor, Kurt Warner and Sarah White, the widow of Reggie White, all signed their names.