Pat Tillman To the Hall of Fame?

June 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com posted an interesting story yesterday, Memorial Day, about Pat Tillman.
He takes the "misconduct should disqualify a player from the Hall of Fame" argument and turns it on it's head by arguing that a player with the most honorable conduct should be put in the Hall.
His number one player, the late great Pat Tillman, formerly of the Arizona Cardinals and the Army Rangers.
Of course any of us football fans know the story. 
Not long after 9-11 Pat Tillman suspended his NFL career to go fight for his country in Afghanistan.  During his time of selfless service Tillman was killed by friendly fire.
Pat's courageous service for his country, especially when you realize the money he walked away from, and tragic death in that service are certainly things to be remembered, but does the merit getting into Canton?
Honestly, I don't think it does, at least not in a traditional sense.
I've always thought the Hall of F...

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