30 biggest Hall of Fame snubs in NFL history
Not everyone gets to Canton when they finish their NFL career, but these 30 players have been overlooked when it comes to getting a gold jacket. As Hall of Fame finalists for the class of 2022 get announced, it seems fitting to look at those who have been overlooked by the Hall of Fame and deserv e to get more attention for how great their careers were. These are the top 30 Hall of Fame snubs in NFL history. Who are the biggest Hall of Fame snubs in NFL history? 30. Tiki Barber Tiki Barber was one of the best players on the New York Giants of the late 1990s and early 2000s.
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Green Bay's quarterback isn't happy with the latest news cycle surrounding him.
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During his weekly appearance on the The Pat McAfee Show Tuesday, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers addressed a radio prank that circulated earlier in the week. On Friday, a video posted by the Funhouse Twitter account started to gain national attention.
The video from WFAN’s Boomer & Gio show featured Gregg Giannotti reading a tweet Boomer Esiason received from an unnamed source claiming to know that Rodgers would boycott the Super Bowl if his team made it there because of the COVID-19 protocols.
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Rodgers appeared to take the tweet read on air at face value. He wasn't pleased in his response.
“I've given a lot less f---- the last couple of years, but one thing that I do give a major f--- about is narratives about me,” Rodgers said. “Especially ones that are so ridiculously off-base. And this one was pure comedy for me.”
Rodgers quote Tweeted the video posted by Funhouse and teased it. He, along with quarterbacks Jordan Love and Kurt Benkert also jumped in and found the supposed report hilarious. Not soon after Funhouse posted the original video on Friday, Giannotti clarified that while live on the air, they determined the message was a prank.
Esiason also said that Funhouse edited the video to omit the two radio hosts coming to the conclusion the message had no validity. This was all well before Rodgers took the air on Tuesday.
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It's unclear if Rodgers or McAfee were aware the video was a prank. Either way, Rodgers wasn't a fan of the message being read on air.
“To say some asinine stuff like that deserves a response,” Rodgers added.
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