We’ve all heard the expression, “Can I get your John Hancock?” But what you’re about to read will take this expression to a whole other level. Why? Because you’ll have their signatures. Signatures of the men that you’ll leave the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival with making yourself the instant envy of your friends who couldn’t attend.
So whose signatures might you ask? Select members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014, of course! Take a look at the enshrinees who you could meet in person and secure autographs from, and learn how you can get this access on Sunday at the 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival in a couple weeks!
The Class of 2014 Autograph Session
Throughout his career, Derrick Brooks recorded a total of 1,715 tackles, 13.5 quarterback sacks, 25 interceptions and seven touchdowns. He competed in 10 straight Pro Bowls, 11 total, and was the Pro Bowl MVP in 2005. Brooks is tied for the most touchdowns scored by a linebacker with Bobby Bell, at six each, and is regarded as one of the best players in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers history!
Drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 1968, Claude Humphrey has had an impressive career! He has been credited with 122 career sacks, recorded 14.5 sacks in a season to reach a team-high, and led both the Falcons and the Eagles in sacks for nine of his 13 seasons. Humphrey’s earned All-Pro honors and earned first- or second-team All-NFL eight times.
Ray Guy began stacking up honors on day one with the Oakland Raiders! He was the first punter to be selected in the first round of an NFL Draft, had a career punting average of 42.4 yards, averaged more than 40 yards for 13 of his 14 seasons, only three of his 1,049 punts have ever been blocked, and he punted 619 straight times without a block!
Walter Jones was drafted to the Seattle Seahawks in the first round as the sixth overall pick and played with the Seahawks for 12 seasons. He was the first offensive lineman in Seattle history to be selected for the Pro Bowl, holds the Seahawks record for most All-Star votes with nine, was voted first-team All-Pro six times, and competed in the 2005 NFC Championship game and Super Bowl XL.
Stating that Andre Reed holds a lot of accolades would be an understatement. Reed was selected to the Pro Bowl seven times, was a four-time AFC Champion, boasts 951 total career receptions (10th highest in NFL history), scored 87 touchdowns (11th highest in league history), and competed in four consecutive Super Bowls.
Aeneas Williams competed for both the St. Louis Rams and the Arizona Cardinals. He started in the NFL as a cornerback, but switched to safety with the Rams in his final seasons. Williams has eight Pro Bowl appearances, shares the NFL record for the longest fumble return, competed in the 2001 NFC Championship and Super Bowl XXXVI, and finished his career with 55 interceptions and 807 yards.
**Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances, Michael Strahan will be unable to participate in the Class of 2014 Autograph Session.
Get Access to the Class of 2014 Autograph Session
Now that you’ve read a little into the background of the members of the Class of 2014 that will be at the autograph session, it’s time for you to learn how you too can be there! With
Official Platinum Plus Ticket Packages direct from NFL On Location, you can get one-on-one access to these enshrinees at the Class of 2014 Autograph Session!
Additionally with your Platinum Plus package, you’ll receive access to all three day of the
Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival, complete with VIP access and exclusive amenities.
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So what are you waiting for? Get more information on how you can attend the Class of 2014 Autograph Session at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival by calling 1-877-611-3947 to speak to a representative or visit NFL On Location’s website today.
It’s time for you to meet the Class of 2014!