Just reading about the NFLPA and league trying to do something about a real issue which no one cares about, helping former players get decent health care. Ditka or somebody mentioned hall of famer Gale Sayer and I'm thinking, "he was injured, how did he get the stats for the HOF? Answer: He didn't. Chicago media and having somebody on his team die with a tear jerking movie about him was enough. Sayers didn't die. He had knee injuries like many running backs. Became the CEO of a computer company (probably should have gone into public relations based on this fraud). Funny thing is, I saw Sayers. He was wonderful to watch and a huge talent, but like many (200 lbs.) lighter running backs, it seems he didn't have the durability. Did he have a Hall of fame career? Not even close. He didn't have half a HOF career. Two (2) thousand yard seasons, 4956 total yards. That's it! http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/SayeGa00.htm Dillon and Curtis Martin get in twice each by these standards, not to mention the unexceptional Tiki Barber. Sorry Chitown, this guy plays in Detroit or someplace with no movie and he's just a local warm memory and trivia question. The line to whack RayClay starts here, but I am right.