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Published: Tuesday, April 29 2014 8:12 a.m. MDT

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Hank Jr
Draper, UT

Simple, he wasn't that good to be in the NFL Hall of Fame. Take nothing away from Pat Tillman though, he was truly a hero and a patriot in my book.

xert
Santa Monica, CA

More importantly, do enough people know that Pat Tillman was used by the Bush Administration and the far right in the same way that Jessica Lynch was? His family said so and although he was a true patriot--I don't think George W would want to be left alone in a room with the Tillman family.

Buffalo1
McLean, VA

Pat Tillman was one of the select few players over the course of several wars that voluntarily gave up a life of wealth, fame, and comfort in order to go downrange for us all. In making the ultimate sacrifice, he entered a Hall of Fame greater than any the mere NFL could bestow. This Ranger already stands in the company of others such as Frank Merrill, James Rudder, Gary Gordon, Randy Shughart, and Gary Littrell, who among others are all heroes for the ages. What the NFL does or doesn't do in its petty and superficial failure to recognize him changes none of this. Lead The Way, CPL Tillman!

FT
salt lake city, UT

Tilman is a true patriot and America mourns his and many thousands of others who died serving our country after 9/11. I don't know if that makes him a Hall of Famer though. God Bless him and his family and all those that have served in the name of freedom.

Ernest T. Bass
Bountiful, UT

HERO.

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Herriman, UT

What he did on the field did not warrant the Hall of Fame. However, I would say walking away from a contract offer, worth millions of dollars, to do what he did, would be doing something, as a football player, that merits the hall of fame.

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