About Talk of Fame Network


Over the past five years, Talk of Fame Network has become the go-to source for the inside story on the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s annual selection process, its upcoming candidates and the stories behind why many well-deserving players and coaches seem to have slipped through the cracks and been forgotten. We look at every contemporary player, story, team and trend from the historical standpoint of what has come before and where the game is headed. Today, Talk of Fame is happy to announce it is taken its next step to broaden its audience by joining a new, wider platform - Maven Sports Network - to reach a far larger audience.

Maven has an existing distribution to over 100 million Maven visitors and in less than a year is reaching over a million NFL fans through its network of integrated team channels and its partnership with the SportsXchange. Utilizing proprietary tools that enable real-time video publishing along with Maven’s integrated social platform, NFL experts are quickly building and immersively engaging with enthusiast audiences. Maven’s CEO James Heckman and product team pioneered online sports with Rivals.com and Scout.com. We feel this is the perfect home for Talk of Fame Network.

“Joining with Maven was an easy decision for us,’’ Talk of Fame Network co-host and Hall of Fame voter Ron Borges said. “They have the infrastructure, the support staff and the foresight to create the best NFL Network in the world. With their team content channels integrating with Talk of Fame and all of us fully supporting each other, we feel Maven has become the go-to place for NFL News. Who wouldn’t want to be part of that?’’

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I love your State Your Case articles. Two players to think about for a future installment are Coy Bacon and Rick Caseras. I also thought Jon Morris was an incredible AFL Center.

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