All in Whose Family?

Fan commentator Aardvark, in the first of three columns about the Hall of Fame, discusses the criteria that the HOF uses to identify teams and players. Was Bobby Mitchell a Redskins Hall of Famer or a Brown? What about Joe D?<BR><BR><I>Opinions expressed by fan commentators may not neccessarily reflect those of Bernie Kosar or the staff of BerniesInsiders.com.</I>
September 1, 2003

Photo Gallery: Joe D's Big Day

As Browns fans already know, Joe DeLamielleure, a critical component of the Kardiac Kids era Browns (1980-84), was inducted into the Hall of Fame over the weekend. Here are photos of this weekend's festivities from the Associated Press and Getty Images.
August 4, 2003

Spotlight on Canton, Packers

When former Packer receiver James Lofton is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame today, it will be the centerpiece of an entire weekend celebration that prominently features the Green Bay Packers.<P>
August 2, 2003

More Packer legends on board for NFL homecoming

Two of the biggest Packer legends have joined the list of Pro Football Hall of Famers scheduled to attend the NFL Homecoming in Canton, Ohio Aug. 2-4.<P>
July 17, 2003

Packer greats to be represented at Hall reunion

Willie Davis, Forrest Gregg and James Lofton will be in the Packers' contingient at the upcoming Pro Football Hall of Fame reunion in Canton, Ohio later this summer.<P> The NFL is inviting all 144 living members of the Hall to a 40th anniversary celebration. About 120 Hall-of-Famers are are expected to attend, the weekend's festivities which include the Packers-Chiefs preseason game.<P>
June 18, 2003

Joe DeLamielleure Named to Hall

Joe DeLamielleure's thirteen-year career as an offensive guard was recognized today, as the man who dominated in the trenches for the Bills and Browns was named to the Hall of Fame. DeLamielleure helmed lines which broke open holes for OJ Simpson and protected Brian Sipe, and was named All-Pro seven times during his career.
January 25, 2003