Morgan is another good mention...he was a better receiver than Irving Fryar when Fryar first came into the league in 1984. But just like I mentioned earlier....there is quite a log-jam at the receiver position so there's going to be some HOF worthy players left out for a while. He should get some love too...but the list is stacked so I'm not sure where I would put Morgan in. Maybe in place of Fryar....not so sure. But this whole process makes the debating part much more interesting....:icon_cool: **********Automerged Doublepost********** Another Honorable Mention.... Andre Rison Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders 1989-2000 5x Pro Bowl Selection (1990,1991,1992,1993,1997) 1x AP First Team All-Pro Selection (1990) 3x AP Second Team All-Pro Selection (1991,1992,1993) Super Bowl XXXI Champion (Green Bay Packers - 1996) Won Grey Cup with Toronto Argonauts (2004) Pro Football Weekly First Team All-Conference (1990) UPI First Team All-Conference (1990) Pro Football Writers First Team All-NFL (1990) Newspaper Ent. Assoc. First Team All-NFL (1990) Pro Football Weekly First Team All-NFL (1990) Sporting News First Team All-NFL (1990) Newspaper Ent. Assoc. First Team All-NFL (1991) Newspaper Ent. Assoc. Second Team All-NFL (1992) 743 Receptions 10,205 Receiving Yards 84 Receiving Touchdowns 13.7 Yards Per Catch Led NFL in Receiving Touchdowns in 1993 (15) Set NFL Record with scoring a touchdown with 7 different teams Fifth Receiver in NFL history to score 60 touchdowns in first 6 seasons Second all-time in NFL history in receptions in first six seasons (475) **********Automerged Doublepost********** Rison's overall numbers should earn at least some looks for Hall of Fame candidacy. But what may ultimately prevent him from getting inducted besides bouncing around the league is his controversial comments and behavior off the field....including ripping Browns' fans in 1995 after lashing out from their impending relocation to Baltimore and booing him after a bad game against the Packers. "We didn't make the freaking move. So, for all the booers, heck you too. I'll be glad when we get to Baltimore, if that's the case. We don't have any home-field advantage. I've never been booed at home. Baltimore's our home. Baltimore, here we come." Also claiming he was better than Jerry Rice....saying he would make his own HOF.... and having his mansion burned down by his former girlfriend, the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes of TLC, resulting in the loss of all his possessions. But I hear he has his own football academy and is helping youth's improve their game to the fullest. It's good to hear he is giving back to the game by helping kids reach their full potential on the field and stress the importance of a good education.