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Trivia Question of the Day

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Here is today's Trivia Question:

In their histories,  the 4 teams in the AFCN  (Browns, Bengals, Ravens, Steelers).....have had  11 either WRs or TEs or combination receiving role  who have played for these teams make the Hall of Fame.   This figure also includes any  WR/TE that had a "cup of coffee" with any of these teams.

Name these   11  WRs/TEs

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Bonus Question:

Who was the last player who was designated officially as a Fullback to make the  HOF? 

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We should know these (until you go to list them):

Ozzie of course our #1.  Then Warfield,  Swann, Ward, Stallworth the best Steeler, Tommy McDonald, the rest must go back a bit or are the cup of joe guys.

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11 hours ago, mjp28 said:

We should know these (until you go to list them):

Ozzie of course our #1.  Then Warfield,  Swann, Ward, Stallworth the best Steeler, Tommy McDonald, the rest must go back a bit or are the cup of joe guys.

Highlighted are correct.   Ward is not in HOF. 

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In their histories,  the 4 teams in the AFCN  (Browns, Bengals, Ravens, Steelers).....have had  11 either WRs or TEs or combination receiving role  who have played for these teams make the Hall of Fame.   This figure also includes any  WR/TE that had a "cup of coffee" with any of these teams.

Name these   11  WRs/TEs

Answers, by team:

Ravens:    Shannon Sharpe

Bengals:  Charlie Joiner,  Terrell Owens  (I don't even remember him playing for the Bengals, but he did for a year)

Steelers:  John Stallworth,  Lynn Swann

Browns:    Dante Lavelli,  Mac Speedie, Tommy McDonald,  Paul Warfield,  Ozzie Newsome

Note:  the Browns have as many as the other 3 teams combined.

Bold means that the team was the primary team that the player played for in his career.   Non-bold means these players just had a "cup of coffee" with that team.  (usually only 1-2-3 years at most)

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