Former Jaguars running back Fred Taylor did not think he was well appreciated.
Taylor, who had already complained about being voted the second best player in the history of the Jaguars, said on the NFL network that he also thought he should figure at the Professional Football Hall of Fame.
"Of course, I think I belong," Taylor said. "It's not in my hands. I think the voters, after a deep dive, will understand that I also belong to this place. I really believe that my career has been solid and I hope the writers will understand it one day. "
Taylor was a good player in Jacksonville, with seven seasons of 1,000 yards. But Taylor has never been considered the best running back of the NFL. He has never been an elite first team player and has never been in the league's Top 5 in rushing yards. Taylor has never been one of the 15 Hall of Fame finalists, and he is unlikely to qualify one day.