NFL Any Era Team: Tough enough?
Our Pro Football Hall of Fame panel picked 20 players to make the cut
In the beginning, the roaring, soaring 1920s, the National Football League was widely viewed as a freakish circus act.
Not so long ago, many of the league's players -- earning schoolteacher wages -- were forced to take second jobs in the offseason. In those days, scoring a touchdown was celebration enough. There were no luxury suites, no game-day tweets, no diva wide receivers. When you tore your anterior cruciate ligament, you were done.
Today, instant gratification has left ...
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