Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee
Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee
#PutPatIn – Let's get Broncos owner Pat Bowlen into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
It's time. Put. Pat. In. From his winning ways on the field to his profound effect on the growth of the National Football League, Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is categorically worthy of enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Our goal is to shine a light on Mr. Bowlen's accomplishments for the Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee, as his resume is so strong that election should be a near shoo-in. Here are our goals: Tier 1 – Gather enough signatures (6,161) to match the largest training camp crowd at UCHealth Training Center. Tier 2 – Gather enough signatures (23,000) to match the capacity of Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. Tier 3 – Gather enough signatures (76,125) to match the capacity of Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Pat Bowlen's Hall of Fame credentials: • Pat Bowlen’s Broncos have had more Super Bowl appearances than losing seasons. • Under Pat Bowlen’s ownership, the Broncos own the second-best record in the NFL. • Since Pat Bowlen took over, the Broncos have the third highest winning percentage in American pro sports. • Pat Bowlen’s influence on the television committee has helped increase the NFL’s TV revenue by more than 750 percent. • Pat Bowlen is the only NFL owner who held a major role in the league’s top four components of television revenue, stadium construction, international growth and labor peace. • Pat Bowlen served on 15 NFL committees, including chairman of the Broadcasting and Management Council. Only Dan Rooney and Lamar Hunt - both in the Hall of Fame – served on more. • The Denver Broncos have enjoyed 21 winning seasons, 13 division titles, nine conference championship berths and seven Super Bowl appearances under Pat Bowlen’s ownership. • Pat Bowlen led the Denver Broncos to three world championships in 1997, 1998 and 2015 — Super Bowl XXXII, Super Bowl XXXIII, and Super Bowl 50. • Pat Bowlen’s Broncos are one of only six NFL franchises to win back-to-back Super Bowls. • The Broncos have sold out all 292 home games during Pat Bowlen’s ownership. • Pat Bowlen has donated more than $30 million to charitable organizations in the Denver area since the inception of Broncos charities in 1993. • Pat Bowlen received the Mizel Institute Community Enrichment Award in 2013, the Colorado region’s most prestigious philanthropic accolade. • Under Pat Bowlen’s ownership, the Broncos are the only NFL team to post at least 90 wins in each of the last three decades. • The Broncos have had the most national and prime-time television appearances in the NFL, under Pat Bowlen. • The Broncos were the only AFC franchise to win three conference championships in the 1980s. • Under Pat Bowlen, Denver owns the most winning seasons. • The Broncos rank second in overall wins and Super Bowl appearances, under Pat Bowlen. • The Broncos won an NFL-record seven postseason games in a two-year period under Pat Bowlen’s ownership. • Pat Bowlen’s Broncos became the second team in modern NFL history to go undefeated during regular-season play at home for three consecutive seasons. • The Broncos went nearly a calendar year without a defeat from December 1997 to December 1998. • The Broncos have the best home record in pro football over the past 34 years during Pat Bowlen’s ownership. • In 34 years, Pat Bowlen’s Broncos have had an NFL-low six losing seasons. • Denver has led the NFL in attendance during Pat Bowlen’s ownership, drawing more than 20 million fans.
Demand the NFL Hall of Fame Treat Deceased Inductees as they do the Living ones.
The greatest football players who ever played the game are inducted each year into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. These new members receive a Bust on display in Canton Ohio, a Gold Jacket, and a Ring. Unfortunately the last two only go to those Inductees that are still living. Players like Kenny Stabler, or Junior Seau, and other Inductees who are deceased at the time of Induction do not receive their fair share of awarded gifts that they earned on the gridiron. These heirlooms are a personal and tangible reminder to the family members of an Inductee. They are a physical reminder of the accomplishments and achievements of their dearly departed. Not only that but these items are a tangible link to the feelings and memories families had of their loved one who gave it their all on the NFL football field. Please Support this effort to rectify this injustice. Please demand that the NFL Hall of Fame treat Inductees equally regardless of whether they are living or deceased.
Put Brian Dawkins in the Hall of Fame
Brian Dawkins is an icon. He's the heart and soul of an Eagles team that went to 4 straight NFC Championship Games and a Super Bowl. His love for the fans is legendary...and now he needs our help! There are only 4 safeties that have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The most recent addition, Kenny Easley, wasn't elected until 20 years after his retirement. It's hard to make the Hall as a safety. That's where you come in! Sign the petition, share the petition, and let people know that we want #DawkinsInTheHall
Induct Tom Flores, NFL Oakland Raider Player & Coach into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Tom Flores is one of only two people in NationaL Football League history to win a Super Bowl as a player, assistant coach, and head coach, (Super Bowl IV as a player for the Chiefs, Super Bowl XI as an assistant coach of the Raiders, and Super Bowl XV and Super Bowl XVIII as head coach of the Raiders). Flores was also the first Hispanic starting quarterback and the first minority head coach in professional football history to win a Super Bowl. During his tenure with the Raiders, the team had the highest winning percentage in American professional sports. Coach Flores’ history with the National Football League has warranted his nomination into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Petition for Chuck Howley to be nominated by Veteran's Committee for the Pro Football HOF
Petition for Chuck Howley to be nominated by the Veteran's Committee for induction into Pro Football Hall of Fame. Chuck Howley is a former NFL Linebacker who achieve 5 All-Pro awards, a Super Bowl MVP, and whose stats rank among the best of current Hall of Fame enshrined linebackers. Chuck is no longer eligible for the modern era ballot. This Petition is to seek justice for a massive oversight to be rectified by the Hall of Fame Veteran's Committee by nominating Chuck Howley for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Hall of fame induction long overdue for 49ers prolific running back #33 Roger Craig!
Former San Francisco 49ers running back #33 Roger Craig is a 3 time Super Bowl Champion and first player is NFL football history to rush for 1,000 yard and also receive for 1,000 yards in the same season. Even with these accomplishments, Roger has yet to be inducted in the Professional Football Hall of Fame! As 49ers Alumni, Roger spends his days giving back to the community and making public appearances for his fans. I had the pleasure of meetings Roger several times. He is one of the most sincere and down to earth human being I have ever met. Always has time for his fans and is always a true gentleman. His time is long overdue to be inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame! Please sign my petition and have part in the movement to do what is right! Thank you all for your time and support! Carlos Guillen 49ers Dynasty Forum Championship Rings Depot
DENVER BRONCOS OWNER Patrick "Pat" Dennis Bowlen into the PRO FOOTBALL HALL of FAME
As Broncos Fans, we feel with what Mr. Bowlen has done for the state of Colorado and the franchise of the Denver Broncos, that he deserves to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. As we all may know, Mr. Bowlen stepped down as Broncos' CEO due to his battle with Alzheimer's disease, in July 2014. Even though he has stepped down as acting CEO, his courage, determination and williness to batttle the disease has be an inspiration to his family, the Broncos Players and the whole Broncos Country.
Induct Henry Ellard into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Henry Ellard retired with the second most career receiving yards. At his retirement, he had played more games, had more receptions, and more yards per reception than all but one hall of famer. Though his accomplishments have since been overshadowed in the era of 5,000 passing yard seasons, he played in a time where a balanced attack was the norm. Please induct Henry Ellard into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.