8 best New York Giants missing from professional football Hall of Fame

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The New York Giants have dozens of players who have entered the Professional Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, but there are others the fans love to see awarded with honor.

Here are eight players who are eligible or have exceeded their eligibility which, in my opinion, should (and still can) be considered for the venue.

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Greg Larson, center (1961-73)

Larson played 13 seasons for the Giants, his career starting in the final years of the Giants’ heyday of the 50s and 60s. He would play in 179 games as a giant and was a mainstay in the center from 1963 until retired in 1973, missing only three games during that period.

Larson was largely overlooked due to the fall of the Giants as a franchise under Allie Sherman in the 1960s, but he managed to make the Pro Bowl in 1968.

I do not know if it is worthy of the Hall of Fame, but I am sure it is as good, if not better, than some of the centers that have been dedicated to Canton.



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