After announcing his retirement after 14 years of NFL football as a Buccaneer, the next stop for legendary linebacker Derrick Brooks is the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Buccaneers Ring of Honor. But Brooks thinks a handful of his teammates deserve to be enshrined in Canton, too.
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After playing in 224 consecutive games and being honored with 11 Pro Bowl appearances and the 2002 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award during his 14 magnificent years in Tampa Bay, linebacker Derrick Brooks is destined for enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. During his retirement ceremony at One Buccaneer Place on Thursday, Brooks revealed the names of several teammates from the Super Bowl XXXVII-champion Bucs squad that also deserve to make the Hall of Fame.
Read what Brooks said in a story that Pewter Report publisher Scott Reynolds filed for Fox Sports on FoxSportsFlorida.com by clicking here.
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