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Charles Haley Denied Hall of Fame Again

Haley was a Hall of Fame finalist for the fifth conscutive year



    Charles Haley, the only player in NFL history with five Super Bowl rings, is still not a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

    The vote came in over the weekend and sent defensive end Michael Strahan, receiver Andre Reed, linebacker Derrick Brooks and punter Ray Guy, among others, into Canton. Haley heads up the snubs, along with wide receivers Tim Brown and Marvin Harrison, and running back Jerome Bettis.

    Haley was a Hall of Fame finalist for the fifth consecutive year this year, but where his career speaks for itself, a good majority of fans believe his off-the-field antics and strained relationship with the media has kept him out of the Hall.

    If he had made the cut, Haley would have been the eighth Cowboy voted in since 2006. The last was offensive lineman Larry Allen, who was inducted last year.

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