Legendary Cowboys S Cliff Harris Named to 2020 Hall of Fame Class

Slater Sprinkle Sabol make centennial Hall of Fame class

Slater Sprinkle Sabol make centennial Hall of Fame class

The Dallas Cowboys got a bittersweet announcement on Wednesday, as the Centennial Slate Class of 2020 was announced for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Shortly after Covert was announced, it was revealed that former Bears defensive end Ed Sprinkle also will be among the 10 senior candidates enshrined as part of the Class of 2020.

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Karras will join other Lions players in the Hall of Fame, including Lem Barney, Dick "Night Train" Lane, Doak Walker, Charlie Sanders, Dick LeBeau, Bobby Layne and Barry Sanders.

Slater, born in Normal, Ill., but a former Clinton High School standout, played 10 seasons in the early National Football League, from 1922-31, mostly for the Chicago Cardinals, making four all-NFL squads at tackle when players went two ways.

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At Iowa, Slater was a three-time All-Big Ten lineman and was named a first-team All-American in 1921.

In his four seasons, Slater helped Iowa post a 23-6-1 record. He served as a Chicago assistant district attorney and, in 1960, became the first black member of the Chicago Superior Court. Slater Residence Hall on the Iowa campus is named in his honor.

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Pearson, the receiver of the original "Hail Mary" pass thrown by Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach against the Minnesota Vikings, went on to finish his National Football League career having amassed 7,822 receiving yards in his 11 seasons as a Cowboy, and while that may not seem like much by today's pass-happy standards, it's key to note Pearson played in an era dominated by running backs. Karras passed away in 2012 at the age of 77.

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