This is a sponsored post.
I was early, and jumped on the promotional bandwagon late last week with a post noting that current Green Bay Packer outside linebacker coach Kevin Greene is one of the 25 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2010. But I should to clarify that it was a sponsored post.
I'm on the fence about voting for Kevin Greene. As a current Packer coach, he's gotten my attention, but I don't know if the pass rushing specialist really should be in the hall. I do agree with Jan Stenerud, who I interviewed back in October, that P Ray Guy should make into the hall. I'd be stunned if WR Jerry Rice or RB Emmitt Smith didn't make it in. The only other player that really jumps out at me, though all of the players were great or they wouldn't be one of the 25 semifinalists, is DE Richard Dent, who might deserve it for his incredible 1985 season alone.
Follow this link to the Fan's Choice website, and vote your favorite players, or help move ex-Packer WR Sterling Sharpe up higher than No. 22 in the fans voting to show that the official voters made a mistake by excluding him.