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Steelers News: Will legendary Steelers scout Bill Nunn ever get the call from the Hall of Fame?

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The Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 season is officially over. After finishing the year 8-8, the Steelers, and their vast fan base, has another long offseason awaiting them. Just because the games are done doesn’t mean we stop providing you with features, commentary and opinions to tide you over throughout the offseason!

Today in the black-and-gold links article we take a look at whether or not legendary Steelers scout Bill Nunn will ever get inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Let’s get to the news:

  • Bill Nunn is a legend around the Pittsburgh Steelers, but will he ever get the national recognition and be inducted into the Hall of Fame?

Labriola on why the doors should open for Nunn

By: Bob Labriola, Steelers.com

Ready or not, here it comes:

• At the risk of contributing to the Hall of Fame hangover gripping the nation’s NFL fans around this time, I have something to get off my chest.

• Bill Nunn deserves to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

• Nunn deserves it, not just because he was the artist behind the greatest draft in NFL history, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 1974 version that produced four Hall of Fame players over the first five rounds and a fifth in the form of an undrafted free agent linebacker turned safety.

• Nunn deserves it, not just because of John Stallworth from Alabama A&M, and Mel Blount from Southern, and L.C. Greenwood from Arkansas AM&N, and Frank Lewis from Grambling State, and Dwight White from Texas A&M Commerce, and Ernie Holmes from Texas Southern, and Joe Gilliam from Tennessee State, and the countless others he was responsible for bringing to Pittsburgh during a six-year period that saw the Steelers metamorphosize from laughingstocks to a dynasty.

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  • No more team meetings this spring. Which means we won’t hear from Mike Tomlin until the NFL Draft.

NFL statement on Annual Meeting

The NFL issued the following statement on Thursday regarding their Annual Meeting.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell notified the clubs today that after careful consideration and consultation with medical experts, the NFL’s annual meeting scheduled for March 29-April 1 has been canceled.

There will be full consideration and votes on any open football issues, including playing rules, bylaws, and resolutions, as well as other business matters that were on the agenda for the Annual Meeting, at the Spring meeting scheduled for May 19-20. Most of the first day will be dedicated to football-related issues. Head coaches and general managers will participate in the meeting.

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  • Vance McDonald admits 2019 was a rough season.

McDonald admits he took ‘steps backwards’

By: Teresa Varley, Steelers.com

Shortly after the 2019 season ended, Vance McDonald sat back in his chair, quietly thinking back on the year.

For a player who has always been his own worst critic, he didn’t hold back when he offered an evaluation of his 2019 season.

”I think I took some steps backwards unfortunately as a player,” said a candid McDonald. “I don’t even need a coach to give me criticism because I have too much of it already. I think of it as having almost that edge in 2018, being known for having that play with the stiff arm, the run after whenever I would have a reception. I didn’t have as many of those. It makes me want to attack this offseason and next season that much harder.

”I think offensively it was a much different team. It forced players to take a hard look at where we are, our personnel, the ever-changing lineup because of injuries and so forth. They can all be excuses, but at the same time they all present specific things we have to overcome and adjust to. It took some adjusting.”

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