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Sat, 04 Feb 2012 20:06:29 -0800
Former New York Jets RB Curtis Martin highlights the 2012 National Football League Hall of Fame class announced Saturday, Feb. 4. The Hall of Fame committee also selected former Minnesota Vikings DL Chris Doleman, former Seattle Seahawks DL Cortez Kennedy, former Kansas City Chiefs LT Willie Roaf and former Pittsburgh Steelers C Dermontti Dawson. The senior committee also gave the nod to former Pittsburgh Steelers CB Jack Butler.
Sat, 07 Jan 2012 19:23:58 -0800
Fifteen modern-day finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame were announced Saturday, Jan. 7, and they are joined by two senior nominees. A selection committee in Indianapolis will meet in Indianapolis Feb. 4 to determine the 2012 Hall of Fame class. RB Jerome Bettis (Steelers), WR Tim Brown (Raiders), , CB Jack Butler (senior - Steelers), WR Cris Carter (Eagles, Vikings), C Dermontti Dawson (Steelers), owner Edward DeBartolo Jr. (49ers), DL/LB Chris Doleman (Vikings, Falcons, 49ers), LB/DL Kevin Greene (Rams, Steelers, Panthers), DL/LB Charles Haley (49ers, Cowboys), DL Cortez Kennedy (Seahawks), RB Curtis Martin (Patriots, Jets), head coach Bill Parcells (Giants, Patriots, Jets, Cowboys), WR Andre Reed (Bills), OT Willie Roaf (Chiefs), OG Will Shields (Chiefs), OG Dick Stanfel (senior - Lions, Redskins) and CB Aeneas Williams (Cardinals, Rams) are the finalists.
Sat, 07 Jan 2012 19:22:43 -0800
Former Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints OT Willie Roaf is among modern-day 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Hame. The finalists were announced Saturday, Jan. 7.
Wed, 21 May 2008 09:37:52 -0700
NewOrleansSaints.com reports former New Orleans Saints OT Willie Roaf will be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame Friday, September 26. Roaf played nine seasons with the Saints from 1993-2001.
Wed, 13 Sep 2006 15:02:55 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs team president Carl Peterson spoke at length with OT Willie Roaf Tuesday, Sept. 12, and based on the conversation the Chiefs are going to change his roster status from Reserve/Did Not Report to Reserve/Retired.
Wed, 13 Sep 2006 08:18:27 -0700
Elizabeth Merrill, of the Kansas City Star, reports retired OT Willie Roaf (Chiefs) will hold a news conference Thursday, Sept. 14, reiterating that he will remain retired from pro football.
Fri, 25 Aug 2006 16:52:00 -0700
Elizabeth Merrill, of the Kansas City Star, reports the Kansas City Chiefs would still like retired OT Willie Roaf to reconsider his decision and return to the team. "I will give him ample opportunity to change his mind," said team president/general manager Carl Peterson. "I know what he said, but I also know what he told his agent. His agent thinks that Willie still wants the door open for the opportunity to come back. I'm going to respect that."
Thu, 17 Aug 2006 15:17:11 -0700
Adam Teicher, of The Kansas City Star, reports retired OT Willie Roaf (Chiefs) spoke publicly Wednesday, Aug. 16, on ESPN2's "Cold Pizza," where he said conjecture the he just wanted to miss training camp was wrong. Roaf said, "I'm not one of those guys who's going to miss all the camp and then come back and play football. I don't think that's fair to my teammates and to the fans and everybody to do it like that. If I'm going to be there, I'm going to be there and be committed to the team." He added that he would consider returning to play in 2007. "I'm done right now. I can't say never say never. You know Deion (Sanders) came back. [Kansas City Chiefs OT] Kyle Turley came back later on. But this year, I'm done."
Tue, 15 Aug 2006 07:26:02 -0700
During his press conference Monday, Aug. 14, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Herman Edwards discussed the status of retired OT Willie Roaf. "I have not spoken to Willie. As I've said, I've been dealing with these guys," Edwards said. "Once training camp breaks – which will be next week – I'll try to call him and find out what he really wants to do because at that point – next week – we've got to make some decisions and he's got to make some decisions. Maybe he already has."
Sat, 12 Aug 2006 23:43:04 -0700
Paul Domowitch, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports Kansas City Chiefs RB Larry Johnson has found new motivation now that he's been handed the starting job. Johnson wants to prove wrong the doubters who believe his numbers will dwindle not that OT Willie Roaf is retired. Johnson said, "They act like we only ran it in one direction last year. Like we ran the ball 99 percent of the time to Willie's side and 1 percent to the other side. With or without Willie, we have a good offensive line. With or without Willie, I'm going to get my yards. Nobody's going to stop me."
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