>>Pro Football Hall Of Fame Enshrinement Saturday
(Canton, OH) -- The Pro Football Hall of Fame is set to induct its Class of 2014 this weekend. Linebacker Derrick Brooks, punter Ray Guy, defensive ends Michael Strahan [[ STRAY-han ]] and Claude Humphrey, tackle Walter Jones, wide receiver Andre Reed, and cornerback Aeneas Williams will all be enshrined in Canton tomorrow. The weekend will be culminated by the annual Hall of Fame Game between the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
>>Giants Battle Bills In Hall Of Fame Game
(Canton, OH) -- The NFL preseason kicks off this weekend with the annual Hall of Fame Game. This year's contest pits the New York Giants against the Buffalo Bills Sunday night at Fawcett Field in Canton, Ohio. It culminates Hall of Fame weekend, with the 2014 Class inducted on Saturday. The Giants will be looking to bounce back from a 7-and-9 season last year that was derailed by an 0-and-6 start. The Bills finished last in the AFC East last year at 6-and-10. The preseason begins in earnest with six games on Thursday, including the a Super Bowl rematch between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.
>>Niners, Harbaugh End Contract Discussions
(Undated) -- The San Francisco 49ers and head coach Jim Harbaugh are putting an end to contract talks until after the season. CSN Bay Area says team CEO Jed York and Harbaugh spoke Wednesday and decided to hold off on talks until after 2014. Harbaugh is going into his fourth season with the Niners after coming over from Stanford. He signed a five-year, 25-million-dollar deal and is 36-11-and-1 so far during his time at the helm.
>>Seahawks' Lynch Ends Holdout
(Renton, WA) -- "Beast Mode" is ready to play football. Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch reported to training camp Thursday. Lynch had been seeking more money and according to Pro Football Talk, the team has bumped his salary for this season from five-million-dollars to 6.5-million. The 'Hawks moved 500-thousand-dollars from his 2015 salary to this year and added another one-million-dollars by guaranteeing two incentive bonuses. The team also agreed not to fine Lynch for time he's missed during the holdout. The 28-year-old rushed for more than 12-hundred yards and 12 touchdowns for the Super Bowl champions last season.