The announcement of the 2012 Pro Football Hall of Fame class airs on NFL Network as part of the network’s Super Bowl XLVI weekend programming on Saturday, Feb. 4, at 5:30pm ET. From NFL Network:
PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2012 ANNOUNCED LIVE ON NFL NETWORK
Enshrinees Unveiled Saturday, February 4 at 5:30 PM ET on Road to Canton: Pro Football Hall of Fame: Class of 2012 presented by Allstate
In a special ceremony the day before Super Bowl XLVI, NFL Network will announce the 2012 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinees on Saturday, February 4 at 5:30 PM ET on Road to Canton: Pro Football Hall of Fame: Class of 2012 presented by Allstate.
From the Super Bowl Media Center in Indianapolis, Fran Charles hosts alongside Hall of Fame quarterbacks Dan Fouts and Warren Moon. They will be joined by the new enshrinees and current Hall of Fame members for interviews. In addition, the show will cover the process that determines who is inducted and the toughest decisions that were made this year. Portions of the announcement ceremony will also be available live on NFL.com.
Allstate is in its first year as the presenting sponsor of The Road to Canton: Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement show. As part of its three-year partnership with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Allstate is also honoring Hall of Famers with its “Hometown Hall of Famers” program, a national initiative that honors the hometown roots of pro football’s greatest players with special ceremonies and plaque dedication events in local communities.
Finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2012 are Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Jack Butler, Cris Carter, Dermontti Dawson, Edward DeBartolo, Jr., Chris Doleman, Kevin Greene, Charles Haley, Cortez Kennedy, Curtis Martin, Bill Parcells, Andre Reed, Willie Roaf, Will Shields, Dick Stanfel, and Aeneas Williams. For more information, please visit www.profootballhof.com.
Following the Hall of Fame announcement, NFL Network continues its live coverage at 7:00 PM ET with a one-hour NFL Total Access at the Super Bowl. Then at 8:00 PM ET, the Super Bowl Saturday Night debuts on NFL Network.
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