The 10 Players Most Deserving of Being in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dean HyblAnalyst IAugust 8, 2009

The 10 Players Most Deserving of Being in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

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Best of the Rest

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    14 Nov 1999: Cris Carter #80 of the Minnesota Vikings carries the ball as he is chased by Sean Harris #55 of the Chicago Bears at the Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Vikings defeated the Bears 27-24 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Daniel

10. Drew Pearson – Dallas Cowboys – 1973-1983

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9. Ken Anderson – Cincinnati Bengals – 1971-1986

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8. Roger Craig – San Francisco 49ers/Los Angeles Raiders/Minnesota Vikings – 1983-1993

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    16 Oct 1988: Running back Roger Craig of the San Francisco 49ers runs down the field during a game against the Los Angeles Rams at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, California. The 49ers won the game 24-21.

7. Jim Tyrer – Kansas City Chiefs/Washington Redskins – 1961-1974

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6. Johnny Robinson – Kansas City Chiefs – 1960-1971

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5. Cliff Branch – Oakland Raiders – 1973-1985

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4. Chuck Howley – Chicago Bears/Dallas Cowboys – 1958-1973

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3. John Randle – Minnesota Vikings/Seattle Seahawks – 1990-2003

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    24 Dec 2000: John Randle #93 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates after he pressured Indianapolis Colts'' quarterback Peyton Manning into throwing an incomplete pass during the first half at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory C

2. Shannon Sharpe – Denver Broncos/Baltimore Ravens – 1990-2003

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    DENVER - SEPTEMBER 8:  Tight end Shannon Sharpe #83 of the Denver Broncos pumps his fists in the air as he is introduced to the crowd before the season opener against the St. Louis Rams on September 8, 2002 at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado.  (Phot

1. Jerry Kramer – Green Bay Packers – 1958-1968

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