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Titans' Bud Adams Still Hoping For Spot In Pro Football HOF After 53 Years In The Sport
Published September 13, 2013
GIVE IT TO THE MAN: In Houston, John McClain writes people cannot "write the history of pro football without" Adams, which is why he "belongs" in the HOF. Even many of Adams' "most vociferous critics acknowledge his part in the formation" of the AFL and the subsequent merger with the NFL. McClain: "I just strongly believe that the role he played in one of the most important eras of professional sports history makes him a deserving candidate who should be selected" (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 9/13).