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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Willie Roaf
Willie Roaf was in an unfamiliar role _ the center of attention in front of a large crowd, being singled out for something good.
Curtis Martin has gone from the mean streets of Pittsburgh to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Three of the NFL's top 10 career rushers and one of its most dynamic cornerbacks lead a star-studded group of candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Running backs Curtis Martin, Jerome Bettis and Marshall Faulk and cornerback Deion Sanders are among 15 finalists announced Sunday for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2011.
Running backs Curtis Martin, Jerome Bettis and Marshall Faulk are among 26 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2011.
Deion Sanders, Curtis Martin, Marshall Faulk and Jerome Bettis are among the first-year eligible candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2011.
"You know, it's an offensive lineman," said Roaf, who was very hard to get around on the field.