Former coaches Bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson were announced over the weekend.More news: IPhones Can Now Double As a Security Key for Google Accounts
One former Cowboys legend did not, though.
That was a record until broken by Hall of Fame wide receiver and former San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders Jerry Rice in 1993. He even proclaimed that the National Football League "broke [his] heart." Man. "And they did it like this!"
Drew Pearson's live reaction to missing out on the HOF again.More news: VA Governor Bans Guns on State Capitol Grounds, Declares ‘State of Emergency’
"Pearson was a first-team All-Decade receiver for the 1970s, and the only first-team member of that list who has not been voted into the Hall already", Pro Football Talk reports.
In anticipation of getting the phone call telling Pearson he'd finally received the honor of entering the Hall, almost 40 years after his playing career ended, TV cameras were allowed into his home to capture the moment early Wednesday morning. He's a member of the NFL's 1970s All-Decade team. Cliff Harris was a star for America's Team in the 70s and JImmy Johnson was the architect for the dynasty of the 90s. I feel disgusting for him. There is no Hail Mary without Drew Pearson. His Hall of Fame story deserves to reside in Canton, Ohio forever. "I'm sorry, I'm sorry".
Every year as the pro Football Hall of Fame announces their annual inductees, Raider Nation waits patiently for the powers that be to make an educated and correct decision, to present the most deserving Raiders with the most prestigious of honors.More news: Kim Kardashian Packs Into Barely There Pink Bikini, "About To Pop Out"