Pro Football Hall of Fame
Aeneas Williams, Kevin Greene, and Jerome Bettis make the cut. All have ties to the St. Louis area.
Four retired NFL players with St. Louis ties and one coach make cutdown list.
New traveling display called “Gridiron Glory” will be in St. Louis during the summer of 2013.
Saints interim coach won’t say how he’ll divide QB time during Sunday’s exhibition.
St. Louisan Aeneas Williams makes list, as do Jerome Bettis and Metro-East native Kevin Greene
Linebacker made 8 straight pro bowls. His children (pictured) attended the ceremony.
Through tears, Faulk said Saturday, “Boy this is pretty special … I am glad to be a part of it. This is football heaven.”
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