By clicking on the "Sign Guest Book" button at the bottom of this page and filling in the blank fields, you can add your name to a list of fans who want to see former Denver Broncos running back Floyd Little, among other Broncos, join John Elway in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and leave a message for the great No. 44!
Greg Aksamit Thornton, Colorado Jan.15.2013 | 11:59 am mst Where to start! Floyd is easily the most impactful sports figure in my life! I grew up watching and idolizing, as #44 darted through small holes for the Broncos. With Floyds football cards hanging on my wall, wondering how the Broncos would ever manage without him. He is a true hero and and upstanding man. As I sit here typing this message wearing my #44 Little HOF cap from Canton. One of the highlights of my life was watching Floyd with my younger brother be inducted to the Pro football hall of fame in Canton. I met his son Mark and relayed to him how important his dad was in my life as I grew up without a father. He was and is a true example of humility, character and tanacity. Thank you Floyd for so many memories and great moments in my life. God speed #44!
jack barker oxnard, california Sep.09.2012 | 12:08 pm mst Floyd Little to the HOF! Enough said!
Jennifer Verraneault New Haven, CT Jan.14.2012 | 7:40 pm mst I would like Mr. Little how moved I am by his Walter Camp 2011 Awards Dinner Speech this evening. I do not follow football as much as my dedicated significant other does, however I did have a pleasure of tuning in to ESPN3 online and caught your speech. I am so happy I caught it!
Bob Holder Roswell, Georgia Dec.10.2011 | 9:47 am mst Floyd Little was so great to watch. I would set in Mile High and just marvel at his runs. Johnson driving him to his retirement party was special. Floyd was the Broncos for those years. Over a 1000 yards with the “Barely Audible Broncos” no one else could have done it. He is Hall of Fame in my book and needs to be.
Bob Holder Roswell, Georgia Dec.10.2011 | 9:45 am mst Floyd Little was so great to watch. I would set in Mile High and just marvel at his runs. Johnson driving him to his retirement party was special. Floyd was the Broncos for those years. Over a 1000 yards with the “Barely Audible Broncos” no one else could have done it. He is Hall of Fame in my book and needs to be.
david persichitte lakewood, colorado Nov.29.2011 | 5:33 pm mst Way to go Floyd u know my number in football is 44
John R. Los Angeles, CA Sep.11.2010 | 11:16 am mst I remember sitting in Archbold Stadium as a Syracuse freshman, being captivated by a brilliant senior running back. The more I learned of him, the more inspired I became. You are truly a class act and a remarkable person. Congratulations on a LONG overdue honor.
Al D.Massachusetts Sep.06.2010 | 10:26 am mst I wrote the class yearbook articles on the 1960 Hillhouse football season, so I knew even then that Floyd Little was going to be something special. What a treat it was to follow his career at Bordentown, Syracuse, and Denver. Bravo, Floyd. All best wishes to you.YTU
Mitch Applewhite tomball, tx Sep.05.2010 | 6:38 pm mst Born in 1960 and rasied in Bronco Country # 44 Floyd Little Was my Hero and needless to say #44 has always been my favrotie # Way to GO FLOYD LITTLE THIS MAKES MT 50th
Travis L. Rudd Charlotte, NC Aug.29.2010 | 9:36 pm mst Mr. Little, congratulations on being selected into the Pro-Football HOF; I listened to that your speech over and over. My favorite quote was, "none of us is anything until the least of us is something". It brought tears to my eyes! I just want to say thank for making a difference in my life. Love you man!!
Richard Pennington Seoul, Korea Aug.22.2010 | 5:07 am mst I am old enough to remember Floyd Little at Syracuse as well as his career with the Broncos. Truly a great player and a HOFer. The recent Sports Illustrated story about him and Tom Mackie was inspiring!
Jim Keller Highlands Ranch, Colorado Aug.13.2010 | 10:34 am mst My friend, Brian, and I, attended the HOF ceremonies this past weekend and were thrilled with your induction. We had the great opportunity to get your autograph, hand shake, and picture taken. We also got to meet your son, Marc; both you, and him, stole the show during the induction ceremony Saturday night! Congratulations on an honor long overdue. Welcome to the Pro Football HOF!
Jo Anne Omaha, NE Aug.11.2010 | 9:24 am mst I remember watching you play and my folks talking about you. I truly enjoyed your HOF speech and you are still a class act today as you were when you played. God bless you and your lovely family.
Barbara Ferne Canton, Ohio Aug.09.2010 | 8:40 am mst As a life long resident of Canton, OH, I have been to many, many HOF events,and heard many HOF speeches. But yours was the most impressive and beautiful, I have ever heard. You are an amazing individual, and your beautiful family reflects your strength and character. I hope you enjoyed yourself in Canton this weekend and will return often in the future.
Ken C Furman San Antonio, Texas Aug.08.2010 | 7:50 pm mst As a High School Senior in Golden and a friend of Ron Gardin who knew you growing up in New Haven and was practicing with the Baltimore Colts in the summer of 1970 in Golden, I will alwasys cherish the time you gave to Ron and me when we visited your training camp in Denver that summer. You radiated class in all you were and did as a Bronco ... and again last night in Canton. Ron Gardin surely is proud of you in Arizona as I am here in Texas. God Bless You!
Laura Wheelock Golden, CO Aug.08.2010 | 1:19 pm mst You are Epic, a true legend!! Not only did you bring amazing game to the Broncos, but your personality is just as amazing!! I watched your Hall of Fame speech today and wish with all my heart I could meet you and shake your hand! Your speech struck a chord in me about the legacy I want to leave behind and the pride I want my family, particularly my son-especially as a single parent! Your passion and articulation of your own life lessons truly, truly resignated within me. Thank you for everything you are to each one of us as your fans!
Gina (Little) Ashby Centennial, CO Aug.08.2010 | 9:42 am mst Congratulations Floyd - it is well deserved and long overdue! My maiden name is Little, and I grew up watching "my brother" play great football. I have wonderful memories of sitting in the stands with my Dad - Big Ed Little - and cheering on you and my beloved Broncos...and still do! Thanks for the memories!
Meredith Geisler Potomac, MD Aug.08.2010 | 9:17 am mst Congratulations Floyd! This achievement is long overdue and well-deserved. You are wonderful, warm, and classy and we could not be happier for you. On behalf of all of your friends from the fabulous S.S. Norway days..."WHEN FLOYD WINS, EVERYBODY WINS!!!" Enjoy your weekend! Love, Meredith & Barry Geisler
Carol Hipchen College Station, Texas Aug.08.2010 | 9:12 am mst As a little girl I can remember watching you play with the Denver Broncos. In a house of Bronco fanatics, you were our number one! Congratulations and thanks for the memories!
andy underdahl tigard, oregon Aug.08.2010 | 7:50 am mst i would like to congratulate you for getting in the hall of fame where you belong .a life long Denver Bronco fan
arnold katz dallas, tx Aug.08.2010 | 6:25 am mst I was so proud of you last night. Every fan of yours now has closer on what was a fantastic career
God bless you and your family
Joe Dittrich Salem, NH Aug.07.2010 | 11:23 pm mst Congratulations, Mr. Little. This honor is long overdue and extremely well deserved. May the Lord continue to bless you and your family.
Ken Rutledge Arvada, Colorado Aug.07.2010 | 10:32 pm mst Congratulations on an honor that is long overdue! As great a running back as your 2010 HoF classmate Emmitt Smith was, if you had played behind an offensive line anywhere near the caliber of those he had, Smith would have been going in today as the #2 all time rusher. You brought so many great memories to all of us here in Colorado, and you laid the foundation for making the Broncos the outstanding franchise they have become. Thank you, Floyd Little!
Mark Swasey Grass Valley, CA Aug.07.2010 | 7:17 pm mst Floyd, 1) You made Denver a city, 2) You are a better person then this award. 3) I feel bad you missed the Broncos good times.
Thank You so much,
Jay Portland, OR Aug.07.2010 | 6:50 pm mst I was only 3 when Floyd retired, so I never got a chance to see him play, but as a long time Bronco fan I thank him for his hard work, all he overcame, and creating a great foundation that the Orange Crush, Elway, and TD were able to build upon. This is a well deserved honor. I look forward to visiting Canton and seeing the heart of the early Broncos where he belongs.
AnonymousFlorida Aug.07.2010 | 12:34 pm mst From an SU Alumn -- So happy you are finally being recognized. Well deserved, and long past due!! Enjoy every minute!
Bruce McAdam Aptos, CA Aug.07.2010 | 12:24 pm mst Good job!
Sharon Lee Bremerton, WA Aug.07.2010 | 11:01 am mst It is so awesome to see you finally being honored. It is about time. I will always remember you because I grew up in Denver and every Sunday afternoon my family watched the Broncos. As for a role model you definately were one for my kid brother. He was going to be the next Floyd Little and had the uniform to prove it. He did not go one to be a football player but your influence helped him to become a man, husband and father. Thanks for all the great memories!
Rev. Winifred Blanchard-Ward Waterbury, CT Aug.04.2010 | 7:34 am mst Congrats to Floyd! Hard work has finally paid him off. I went to grammar school with Floyd and knew that he was destined to be great. I heard him speak at the Air Force Academy and found him to still be articulate and down-to-earth. All of his childhood friends from Long Hill Road are proud of his achievements and wish him well. May God continue to bless you, Floyd.
Raymond Baucom Central Islip, New York Aug.02.2010 | 1:16 pm mst Dear Mr. Little, thank you for the memories. Just like we have to wait on the Lord for things to happen in our lives, sometimes we have wait on Man to see the goodness we have done in our lives. Though we have never met, we are related by blood, Fredrick Little is my grandfather, may God continue to bless you, and your family.
Michael Vargas Coquitlam, British Columbia Jul.29.2010 | 5:37 pm mst Just read your story in SI. Great stuff Mr Little! Congratulations on a long overdue enshrinement. You seem like a good role model on top of being a great, great running back.
Cheers to you!
William "Bill" Gray Sacramento, California Jul.28.2010 | 10:54 pm mst Well my friend you made it and it has been a long time coming. Congratulations. Remember me the all state basketball player from Hillhouse High class of 1964 that lived around the corner from you in New haven? We both went to Bordentown Military Institute a couple of years apart and you came down from college to show me the ropes at BMI. We went to lunch and you had a positive inpact on me. I went on to Uconn from there. I remember your mom and family well. Went to school with "Jitty" and how can anyone forget Ranger. Best wishes. I would love to hear from you after all these years. Fair well my friend. Bill
Steve Seberson Tacoma, WA Jul.24.2010 | 3:21 pm mst Those were the true glory years of pro football. Congratulations on a well deserved honor.
chuck ward miami, florida Jul.22.2010 | 1:25 pm mst Congratulations on your long overdue enshrinement. I just finished reading your story in sports illustrated and found it inspiring and heartwarming. As someone who grew up in New York and loved the old A.F.L. I am truly amazed that this honor has taken so long, but I can only hope that the excitement leading up to induction and the ceremony itself will make up for the halls memory lapse.Also,congrats to friend Tom Mackie. A real fan. Job well done. God bless you and your family Floyd. Enjoy this, you deserve it.
Tim Pennypacker Chatham, Massachusetts Jul.21.2010 | 4:39 pm mst Floyd(Boom,Boom) as we called you at BMI,Congratulations on you long overdue induction
into the Hall of Fame.I am just waiting to see you on Dancing With The Stars.Nobody could dance
like you,Nobody!If other people knew that your
ability to dance contributed to you running the ball 100+ yards,they would be shocked! Anyway,
heart felt congratulations and many thanks for all your help way back when!!
Sharon Koch Seabeck, WA Jul.12.2010 | 4:38 am mst It was great to talk with you and DeBorah on the plane yesterday on the way home to Seattle. After reading about your Bronco career, you obviously deserve this honor. Enjoy your trip, and for sharing your lives for several hours!
David Hathaway Petaluma, CA May.12.2010 | 7:46 pm mst Floyd, I met you probably the first time around 1971, while I played with Tarzan Honor in little league football. I have always reminded people of this explaning why I am a Bronco fan in Raider Country!
Charles Williamston, North Carolina May.07.2010 | 11:56 am mst Congradulations on being inducted into the Hall of Fame! You are going to be apart of a long list of Syracure Orangemen that will be inducted into the Hall. Way to go!
Bill Lynch Boca Raton, Florida Mar.31.2010 | 3:11 am mst I watched Floyd Little play prep school football at Bordentown Military Institute in Bordentown, New Jersey and there was no doubt then that he would one day be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Mary Ann Malinconico New Haven, Connecticut Mar.29.2010 | 11:41 pm mst Your story is an inspiration to all of us. I just wish I knew what high school you went to being a fellow born New Havener!!!!!!! God Bless you and keep up the good work!! Congratulations on being added to the Football Hall of Fame. We followed the American Football League for many years and it was a great league. Wish they could bring it back!!!
Wade Newborn Colorado Springs, Colorado Mar.23.2010 | 1:22 pm mst Floyd,
I am happy that you have finally been inducted to the Hall of Fame. Congratulations!!
I grew up watching you play and rank you as one of my all time favorite Denver Broncos!!!
R Berndt Olympia, WA Mar.05.2010 | 11:12 am mst Great people remain great in the eyes of other, with or without acknowledgement. But it is nice to see that others are ready to acknowledge what the rest of us knew all along.
Congratulations Floyd -
Lawrence J. McCarter, SMSgt, USAF (Ret) MILLIS, MA 020541021, Mar.04.2010 | 8:01 pm mst Hello Floyd, Was remembering former Cadet SSgt Little of the Bordentown Military Istitute, who was the 1st player in the history of the school to have his his jersey there, #77 retired. At BMI, Cadet Little was All American, all State, all prep, All Private. in addition one of the greatest guys anyone could have the pleasure to know. Floyd, it was so great hearing of you reaching the Football Hall of fame, a well deserved honor and a long time coming. Congratulation from one of you fellow former Cadets at Bordentown Military Insitute. Larry McCarter
Scott W. Bosecker Amelia, Ohio Feb.27.2010 | 11:05 am mst Congrats Floyd!!!! Long Overdue, and long time coming, but good things come to those who wait!! I am a longtime Broncos Fan, and am very proud that you finally got your just reward!! Enjoy, take care, and God Bless!!!!!
John Vitt Jacksonville, NC Feb.22.2010 | 9:01 pm mst Floyd: When I was 12 years old, my dad took me to my first Denver Bronco game. It was against the San Diego Chargers and we won 13 - 0, Nov. 2, 1969. It was freezing out, and snow was in the bleachers, but it was a great time. I loved watching you play and was one of your greatest fans. I was there when you won the NFL rushing title and I believe it was a game against Cleveland where you were presented with a boat and I think a check for $1133, a dollar for every yard. You were a joy to watch and I had some of my best times as a kid watching you carry the football. I love you Floyd! God Bless you and Congratulations!
Peter Frohwein Aurora, CO Feb.16.2010 | 10:03 pm mst Outstanding!!!Congrats! Been a fan since High school. Bordentown Military Institute Class of 1970
Mark Epperson, Washington Feb.15.2010 | 8:02 pm mst Floyd,
It is a pleasure to have known you through our Ford and Lincoln-Mercury affiliation. I am so happy for you and your family, and I look forward to your enshrinement into such an elite group in August.
Louis Gagliano Louisville, CO Feb.12.2010 | 4:59 pm mst Congradulations. My wife and I are so pleased to see you gain the Hall of Fame Honor. You have always been a Hall of Famer to us.. We saw you play. Lou & Martha
Jami Boulder, CO Feb.11.2010 | 8:11 am mst Congratulations Floyd! Well deserved accomplishment. God Bless!
Randy Moyle Westminster, Colorado Jan.26.2010 | 8:17 pm mst Floyd Little was the first superstar the Broncos had. Considering his supporting cast, he accomplished more than many of the running backs in the Hall of Fame. He was not only a greater football player, he is also a good person.
Tyler Gorton Mesa, AZ Jan.24.2010 | 9:22 pm mst No one else deserves it more than you.
Eric Dreher Goodyear, Arizona Jan.23.2010 | 4:14 pm mst Just seen the movie The Express anyone who had to endare those times should be the hall. God Bless and thanks for being you!!!!!!
Jack Buchanan Uxbridge , MA Jan.22.2010 | 5:55 pm mst Floyd Little was an outstanding running back as well as an outstanding person. He did so much for the game of football and for humanity.
Alex Neiberger Scappoose, OR Jan.22.2010 | 2:30 pm mst Floyd Little never took a play off, he ran with authority and fought for every yard. He never played for a championship team in Dever but he will always be a champion.
james welch new orleans, la Jan.22.2010 | 1:17 pm mst one of the greatest running back ever thats on the same level with joe brown and ernest davis.he deserve to be put in the hall of fame
JAMES DEAN GARCIA THORNTON, COLORADO Jan.21.2010 | 4:05 pm mst FLOYD LITTLE WAS GREAT ON AND OFF THE FIELD.
Savili Afuola San Jose, California Jan.20.2010 | 2:35 pm mst
Cristy Carothers Colorado Springs, CO Jan.19.2010 | 6:29 am mst Give the man his HOF status. Great player, great role model, #44 deserves it!
Derrick Chan Los Angeles, CA Jan.18.2010 | 11:38 pm mst Floyd Little was the first great player for the Denver Broncos. He definitely deserves to be in the Hall Of Fame for the contributions he has given to the team and the city of Denver.
Jesse Angelo Los Angeles, CA Jan.18.2010 | 11:34 pm mst Placing Floyd Little in his rightful place in NFL history is long overdue! If Little had played for any other team he would already be there. I am not sure why Denver is too often overlooked by the powers that be at the HOF but a step in the right direction is electing Floyd Little now!
William Stott Tucson, AZ Jan.18.2010 | 11:28 pm mst Looking at the stats, and the story behind the stats, should be more than enough for the HOF for Mr. Little. Add the character beyond the game of football, and Mr. Little should have had HOF status a long time ago...
Vivian Smith Atlanta, GA Jan.18.2010 | 9:16 pm mst Should have been in the hall a long time ago, but this wrong can be righted this year. Good Luck!!!
Steven Robinson Jan.18.2010 | 8:15 pm mst
Mike Halpin Williamsburg, Virginia Jan.18.2010 | 8:06 pm mst As a long time Raider fan; Mr. Little made life hell for the Raiders. A classic slashing runner that lit up the AFL-NFL for years. The "franchise" most certainly deserves to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Fred Haddock Pueblo, Colorado Jan.16.2010 | 6:50 pm mst As heroes go, Floyd Little was mine. Not only for his abilities on the field but for his character on and off the field. He could have asked to be traded to a better team at any time, but played his heart out for multiple 4-9-1 seasons. Running back, pass receiver, punt returner, kickoff returner. Always searching for that illusive 1000 yd. season. It seemed as often as not finishing the season on the IR instead, but back again the next year, and the next. Thank you Floyd.
corey mccormick denver, colorado Jan.13.2010 | 6:59 pm mst I was a kid watching Floyd play he was all the broncos had... he was the reason the broncos stayed in town Floyd could have been our mayor the whole city loved floyd and still does Good luck Floyd
Linda Myers Tampa, Florida Jan.13.2010 | 5:31 am mst I know you were a great football player, and I have been watching you and your family on family feud.
Mike Hora Leola, PA Jan.12.2010 | 9:51 pm mst Floyd,
Thank you for many wonderful memories for myself and family. We were fortunate to see most of your games at Mile High Stadium, and I had the distinct honor of seeing the last game you played there. If anybody deserved to be placed in the HOF, it is definitely you. Good luck!
Gregory W Olson Kearney , Ne. Jan.12.2010 | 9:35 pm mst Floyd you are the Greatest Bronco to ever play the game. Let me be the first to congratulate you on being placed in the Hall of Fame.
Bill South Windsor, CT Jan.12.2010 | 6:33 pm mst One of the greatest athletes ever from The Nutmeg State!
Lyn Ko Honolulu, HI Jan.12.2010 | 5:07 pm mst
Tanya Brooks West Orange, New Jersey Jan.12.2010 | 1:59 pm mst This man has earned the right to be honored with the best of the best. PLEASE! Bless #44 this year!with a Hall Of Fame Honor.
Michael Malliaris Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Jan.11.2010 | 6:26 pm mst
Brian Arvada, CO Jan.11.2010 | 3:06 pm mst Floyd was and is a Class Act. He Deserved to be in the Hall of Fame long before now!
Joshua Trivett Forgan, OK Jan.11.2010 | 1:37 am mst I am too young to have watched Floyd play but my dad and friends tell me the stories and have seen highlights. How is this man not in the HoF?
Blanche M. Harman Durango,Co, co. Jan.10.2010 | 6:59 pm mst Finally you are being recognized for the running back you were for the Broncos --- I have always been a fan of yours.
Mike Connor Centennial, Colorado Jan.09.2010 | 10:13 pm mst Floyd Little was one of the best running backs ever to play the game. Not only was he able to put up impressive numbers. Good luck Floyd, the Connor family is pulling for you!!!
Jeffrey L. Schottler Highlands Ranch, CO Jan.09.2010 | 5:56 pm mst I still remember watching Floyd Little play when I was about 5 years old. I also remember my brother taking his jersey number during little league football. Fond memories.
Herbert Olson Omaha, Nebraska Jan.09.2010 | 1:06 pm mst
STEPHANIE MONTAGUE philadelphia, PA Jan.09.2010 | 11:03 am mst Ernie is a national tresure and should be treated as such. Induct him!
alexander garcia tucson, az Jan.09.2010 | 8:36 am mst FLOYD LITTLE SHOULD BE NOMINATED AND INDUCTEED INTO THE PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME,HIS MARK LEFT ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD SHOULD BE RECONGNIZED AND WITHOUT A DOUBT BE A UNANIMOUS CHOICE
Ken Mitchell Atlanta, Ga Jan.09.2010 | 8:17 am mst
HL Haworth Fruita , Colorado Jan.08.2010 | 9:42 pm mst Floyd was class, on and off the field. For years he carried that club on his back. When he retired he ranked 5th in total yards gained by a running back. For him to not be in the Hall Of Fame is just plain WRONG!
Tim Miller Bloomington, IN Jan.08.2010 | 8:27 pm mst It would be nice and it would certainly be deserving that in the 60th Anniversary year of the AFL that Floyd Little gets in. He was one of many great players from the American Football League who should be in. These men will not be with us forever. I sincerely ask Hall voters to enshrine Floyd Little.
Steve Shiffrin Scottsdale, Arizona Jan.08.2010 | 8:24 pm mst I went to high school with Floyd and there are some amazing stories I could tell about his prowess, He was an incredible high school, college and pro football player and richly desrves admission.
Tim Miller Bloomington, IN Jan.08.2010 | 7:48 pm mst It would be nice and it would certainly be deserving that in the 60th Anniversary year of the AFL that Floyd Little gets in. He was one of many great players from the American Football League who should be in. These men will not be with us forever. I sincerely ask Hall voters to enshrine Floyd Little.
Bob Gentile East Haven , Connecticut Jan.08.2010 | 4:06 pm mst I followed Floyd when he was in High school and through his career. Best Wishes Floyd you deserve to be in the Hall Of Fame.
Anthony Lombardozzi Wellsville, Ohio Jan.07.2010 | 12:53 am mst Overdue :)
Jeffrey Morgan Northglenn, Colorado Jan.06.2010 | 3:38 pm mst Buy his book. He saved the Broncos franchise IMHO!
B P LarcherNJ Jan.04.2010 | 6:50 pm mst The Hall of Fame should be a no-brainer!!! 44 was as good as there ever was...
Len Benigno Trumbull, Connnecticut Jan.02.2010 | 4:09 pm mst All the way from Hillhouse H.S. to Syracuse U. to the Denver Broncos to THE HALL OF FAME! I still believe you are the best RB EVER from CT!!!! Thanks for the memories.
Becky Hearn Corrigan, TX Jan.02.2010 | 3:44 pm mst Every Sunday growing up we waited to hear "Floyd Little" mentioned while listening to the Broncos. He has long deserved the recognition!
Cy Starbuck Steamboat Springs, Colorado Dec.30.2009 | 12:30 pm mst Little up the middle all the way to the Hall of Fame Well deserved!!
Annie Lee Denver, CO Dec.28.2009 | 11:30 pm mst Enough already - get The Franchise in the Hall of Fame!
Brett Gleason Independence , Missouri Dec.27.2009 | 9:16 pm mst I always have and always will believe that I am the #1 Floyd Little Fan.I have had the great opportunity to email back and forth with Floyd and was totally overwhelmed with joy and happiness for him when it was announced he was nominated at long last.Floyd Little deserves beyond doubt to be inducted and it is long overdue.We Love you Floyd and thank you for the endless memories from your whole football career.
Lee Evans Atlanta, Georgia Dec.26.2009 | 11:30 pm mst a MOST DESERVED HONOR. BEST WISHES.
Juanita Jackson Centreville, VA Dec.26.2009 | 2:03 pm mst Floyd-what great memories wse have of your playing career.
Abrams Detroit, Michigan Dec.26.2009 | 11:09 am mst Good luck with getting into the Hall of Fame.
jeff engel Dec.23.2009 | 8:16 pm mst I remember a beautiful 55 yd run by Floyd against the NY Giants at Yankee Stadium in November of 1972. It was for a touchdown and he finished his run in the corner of the end zone, where I was seated in the front row. A great run from one who deserves to be in the Hall of Fame!!!!!!!
Chris Fort Collins, CO Dec.21.2009 | 4:42 pm mst Floyd should be listed in the HOF... Once we get him in, we will need to concentrate on other deserving Broncos like Gradishar, TJ, Atwater.... The list is too long!!!
Anna C.California Dec.21.2009 | 12:37 pm mst
Brian Fischer Roseburg, Oregon Dec.19.2009 | 7:37 am mst Floyd was my first Football hero. I was at his final game at Mile High! I think he deserves HOF induction!!
james elliott Los Angeles, CA Dec.10.2009 | 3:08 pm mst Floyd:
You were one of the greatest running backs to ever play the game -- college or pro. Had you played for a substantial team, or in NYC, LA, Chicago, the press and media would have annointed you as such. Your statistics, while great, do not begin to do you justice. Your election is ridiculously long overdue.
Ken Mac Denver, Colorado Dec.07.2009 | 7:54 am mst As a kid growing up I watched him play many times not onlt did he carried the ball he carried the Broncos. He should be in the hall of fame.
George Mackie Milford, Delaware Dec.07.2009 | 6:32 am mst I saw Floyd play at SU many times and because of him I became a Denver fan and remain a die hard Broncos fan to this day. Go #44.
Staff Sargent Mike Turner Willingboro, NJ. Dec.06.2009 | 9:48 am mst May God grant you desire, as He is faithful to do just that. Matthew 21:22.
God bless you!
Yolande Mitchell Washington, DC Dec.06.2009 | 9:47 am mst His record speaks for itself. Good luck Mr. Little. This title is well deserved.
Michelle Korosy Rutherford , New Jersey Dec.05.2009 | 3:06 pm mst Denver Native who grew up watching Floyd Little at the games with my dad. I was a football loving little girl with a poster of Floyd Little on my bedroom wall. His performances instilled a life-long love of football in my heart!
Absolutely deserves the Hall of Fame!!
Reggie PattersonSC Dec.04.2009 | 2:08 pm mst
Shannon Lewis Golden, CO Dec.04.2009 | 8:51 am mst
Ryan Early Highlands Ranch, CO Dec.04.2009 | 6:52 am mst
Joe Morrone Longmont, CO Dec.03.2009 | 6:14 pm mst Floyd was my first idol. Without him, the Broncos may not be in Denver still. Oh yea, he was s great player too.
Joe Morrone Longmont, CO Dec.03.2009 | 6:14 pm mst Floyd was my first idol. Without him, the Broncos may not be in Denver still. Oh yea, he was s great player too.
Anita Martin Golden, Colorado Dec.03.2009 | 3:48 pm mst Thanks for the memories, Floyd. You should be in there. Good luck.
Lorraine Huisken Lakewood, CO Dec.03.2009 | 3:36 pm mst
Dina Huisken Denver, CO Dec.03.2009 | 3:35 pm mst
F. ELEANOR BECKER DENVER, COLORADO Dec.03.2009 | 3:25 pm mst Go #44 ~ the time has come!
Scott Kendrick Denver, CO Dec.03.2009 | 3:19 pm mst He MUST be in the Hall of Fame!
Myles Becker Westminster, Colorado Dec.03.2009 | 2:56 pm mst This is a NO BRAINER! Floyd absolutely deserves to be in the Hall of Fame and I hope that he gets a nomination and an induction soon. Good luck, Floyd! We are behind you all the way!
Leonard Armenta Westminster, CO Dec.03.2009 | 2:03 pm mst Everyone knows he belongs. It would be a shame if he did not get in
Joanie Kindblade Louisville, CO Dec.03.2009 | 1:49 pm mst
David Crosby Centennial , CO Dec.03.2009 | 1:43 pm mst
Tod Ference Eden Prairie, MN Dec.01.2009 | 7:57 am mst Floyd, There is surely an oversight that I am sure will be fixed soon.
Ed Wheeler Mooresville, NC Nov.29.2009 | 7:51 am mst I whole-heartedly support the induction of Floyd Little,into the HOF. As a boy I watched #44 squirt through minute holes for hard earned yardage that most would have been unable to do.So many Sunday afternoons he was the ONLY bright spot in what was a long childhood of less than mediocre Bronco teams. Please consider Mr. Little for the HOF, from a life long fan who remained true to the Broncos through thick and thin.
Ken Johnson Arlington, TX Nov.29.2009 | 7:35 am mst I grew up in Lakewood Colorado. As a kid when we played football everyone wanted to pretend they were Floyd Little.
Mike Kolin Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Nov.29.2009 | 5:56 am mst Without Floyd, would there still be Denver Broncos? Probably not. That kind of legacy should live in the HOF.
Nicholas Katzin Frankfurt, Germany Nov.29.2009 | 3:52 am mst Please watch "The Express", a movie about legendary Syracuse running back Ernie Davis. Learn a little about the man who brought Floyd to Syracuse, where he began his phenomenal career on the national stage.
Mark Perez Lakewood, Colorado Nov.29.2009 | 1:01 am mst Floyd Little was the Denver Broncos ... teams focused on stopping #44 and he was the first football superstar in the Mile High City. He needs to join fellow Syracuse star Jim Brown in the Hall of Fame.
Christopher SmithNew Mexico Nov.28.2009 | 9:36 pm mst
Michael Greenwald San Jose, California Nov.28.2009 | 8:51 pm mst Floyd was an all-purpose player that not only
ran the ball but he also fielded punts and kicks
He more than deserves this honor. If he does get in, he will probably get the longest standing ovation. As did Art Monk a couple years ago.
Jack Cozart Aurora, Colorado Nov.28.2009 | 4:10 pm mst It was 1968 as a boy in Denver playing sandlot football that I first heard of Floyd Little. I became a Bronco fan and watched him whenever I could. He was the best player in the World I thought. HOF Committee, please help us keep his memory forever and enshrine Floyd Little.
Kris KondrupWashington Nov.28.2009 | 11:20 am mst One of the Greats!!!
Ronald Rodgers Spokane, WA Nov.28.2009 | 11:00 am mst Growing up in a house full of Cowboy fans. It was Floyd Little who turned by blood Orange. And it bleeds Orange to this day. Go Broncos!
Alex Dye Minneapolis, MN Nov.28.2009 | 9:36 am mst
Lee McMillan Frenchtown , Montana Nov.28.2009 | 8:15 am mst Born & Raised in the mountains of Colorado, I was a small boy when Floyd Little was the only bright spot of our dismal teams back then. Most of my friends abandoned the Broncos to root for winning teams. Floyd Little was the pilot light that kept the flame alive for those of us that were too damn stubborn to give up on the Broncos. Besides being an outstanding athlete, he was an outstanding person and started the dream that has since become the football dynasty known as the BRONCOS.
Jason P. Smith Sterling, Va Nov.28.2009 | 8:09 am mst
David Cutler Lakewood , CO Nov.28.2009 | 5:12 am mst
Matthew Carter Seattle, WA Nov.28.2009 | 1:41 am mst A life-long Broncos fan, as a nine-year-old, I cried my eyes out when Little played his last game at Mile High. That day, the Broncos lost their greatest athlete and the fans lost their most beloved player. This man should be in the Hall of Fame.
Edward Trivett Forgan, Oklahoma Nov.28.2009 | 12:20 am mst Mr. Little;
You were an inspiration to me in my youth. It is because of you and your never give up attitude that got me to play football when all others said I was too slow to play. I kept at it and became a starter and team MVP on the DL AND OL in 1975.
I will always remember you, and hope and pray that you get into the HOF.
Joseph Paoletti Trinity , fl Nov.27.2009 | 8:57 am mst I went to school in New Haven, Ct and was born in Syracuse you are more than worthy for this honor it is loooong past due!
John Urbana Denver, CO Nov.27.2009 | 6:44 am mst Growing up watching Floyd, he became my favorite bronco. Even a little kid can recognize HEART.
He played the game as it should be. When the Broncos went to their first Super Bowl, I remember thinking ......I wish Floyd could have been there
Ryan Clark Delaware, Ohio Nov.25.2009 | 11:53 am mst
Steve King Tampa, Florida Nov.24.2009 | 12:03 pm mst
Raul Rodriguez Edison, NJ Nov.23.2009 | 7:55 pm mst I grew up in Denver in the late 1960s and the only thing that kept our family going to old bears stadium was when the signed Floyd Little. Without him the city would never have passed the tax law to expand the stadium and keep the Broncos in Denver. His play on the field kept Broncos fans on the edge of their seats. He was the only back in the NFL who could do it all and he did it without much help. He was and is the Franchise. Floyd is a Hall of Fame player and an even great person for sacrificing a better career somewhere else to stay in Denver and keep the Broncos our team.
Jeremy Ellis Chcago, IL Nov.23.2009 | 2:53 pm mst Mr. Little-
Great to meet you and play cards with you. This is your year, I will be watching you gain that honor.
Michael Molloy Phoenix, AZ Nov.18.2009 | 3:46 pm mst
Robert Marquez Longmont, Colorado Nov.18.2009 | 1:52 am mst
Jason Tolman Nottingham, United Kingdom Nov.17.2009 | 8:53 am mst
Glen Byers Firestone, Colorado Nov.16.2009 | 9:09 am mst
Howard Worton Folkestone, Kent, UK Nov.16.2009 | 4:30 am mst As a Bronco fan since 1983 I never had the chance to see you play but I am aware of the legacy you left at Denver. I salute you !
Greg a Aurora, Colorado Nov.15.2009 | 9:17 am mst You are the reason that I went to those games.
Kimberly Brooks Fredericksburg, VA Nov.15.2009 | 6:04 am mst Keep the faith. You deserve this.
Chris Velsaco Tulsa, Oklahoma Nov.10.2009 | 9:47 pm mst Brother, I was just a boy but I remember cheering you on. Peace be with you.
Jim Kurtz rochester, ny Nov.01.2009 | 2:42 am mst This is long overdue. A great player and a wonderful human being. Knowing you has been an inspiration. Best wishes.
Sylvia Blok Conifer, CO Oct.31.2009 | 7:04 pm mst This is your year
Fred Franco Orlando , Florida Oct.27.2009 | 1:43 pm mst You deserve to be in the Hall of Fame.
Vicki MacLeod Murrieta, CA Oct.24.2009 | 12:45 pm mst Floyd, I met you and your wife on a rental car bus at Denver International Airport, my friend and I had just attended the Bronco/Charger game. You gave me your "Go Broncos" Comcast License Plate frame, you signed my GameDay program! You are a very special person! I will never forget your play and your generosity that day! Thank you for so many memories on the field! Good Luck, I pray you finally get the "nod" and get in the Hall! You deserve it! #44 forever!
Robert Ewing Jerome , Pennsylvania Oct.22.2009 | 11:40 pm mst
Ray Price Bordentown, NJ Oct.18.2009 | 8:50 am mst We as a family are praying for you and your family on your recent nomination. We trust that on Feb. 6, 2010, they will be saying your name: "Floyd Little, NFL Hall of Famer"!!!
R Berndt Olympia, WA Oct.16.2009 | 4:08 pm mst Denver, time to stand up and acknowledge Floyd for his contributions - on and off the field.
Theresa PAINESVILLE, OH Oct.11.2009 | 1:45 pm mst THE HOF IS SO PREJUDICIAL AND ONE SIDED, JUST BECAUSE THEY HATE "THE RUN", THE BRONCOS AND JOHN ELWAY! MR LITTLE SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDUCTED YEARS AGO, MAYBE WE SHOULD HAVE AN HOF LOCATED IN COLORADO TO REALLY RECOGNIZE THE GREATS OF FOOTBALL ALL ACROSS THE US AND NOT JUST THE LOUSY EAST COAST! GO BRONCOS! MR LITTLE YOU ARE THE BEST HALL OF FAMER IN MORE HEARTS THAN THE HOF HAS IN CANTON!!!!!!!!
Theresa PAINESVILLE, OH Oct.11.2009 | 12:36 pm mst THE HOF IS SO PREJUDICIAL AND ONE SIDED, JUST BECAUSE THEY HATE "THE RUN", THE BRONCOS AND JOHN ELWAY! MR LITTLE SHOULD HAVE BEEN INDUCTED YEARS AGO, MAYBE WE SHOULD HAVE AN HOF LOCATED IN COLORADO TO REALLY RECOGNIZE THE GREATS OF FOOTBALL ALL ACROSS THE US AND NOT JUST THE LOUSY EAST COAST! GO BRONCOS! MR LITTLE YOU ARE THE BEST HALL OF FAMER IN MORE HEARTS THAN THE HOF HAS IN CANTON!!!!!!!!
LaNelle Holland Whitesburg, Georgia Oct.06.2009 | 5:10 pm mst I hope Floyd Little is inducted into the HOF!
Michael Brite Arvada , Colorado Oct.05.2009 | 5:30 pm mst Mr. Franchise,
You are the best player I have ever seen! You show great curage. You inspire me to play Little league football. I am reading a great book about you right now. I am number 44 too. Except you are the real 44!!!
Joe Sanchez Denver, Colorado Oct.04.2009 | 1:05 pm mst I remember seeing Floyd being carried off the field. That shows you the respect and admiration of what you mean to your team. Denver was proud to have you as their RB and franchise for so many years. I will be in Canton for this one as I was for our first one!!
Les Simpson Arvada, Co Sep.26.2009 | 11:32 pm mst The only reason the broncos are still in Denver ia the drawing power of floyd Little.Thank you sir and if any runner deserves the honor of being in the Hall of Fame it is you
Mary Pat Simpson Arvada, CO Sep.26.2009 | 5:35 pm mst Finally, the Hall of Fame is going to induct the greatest football player, plus the greatest Denver Bronco of all time?
What an exciting runner he was. The entire stadium at Mile High ran every step of the way with Floyd...his retirement celebration(?) with his runs being re-played had every fan on their feet, cheering him forward-
again-it was such an exciting experience to see Floyd break loose!
Congratulations, Floyed Little...no one is more deserving!
Sean Crosier Centennial, CO Sep.25.2009 | 9:35 am mst Long overdue.
Vernon Dreher Wichita, KS Sep.19.2009 | 8:21 pm mst Floyd Little #44 needs to be in the HOF as one of the greatest running backs of his time and the man who was the Broncos for his entire carrier â€œThe Franchiseâ€
Brad Ehringer Mountain Lakes, New Jersey Sep.08.2009 | 5:30 pm mst Floyd Little should already be in the HOF. 7th most rushing yards when he retired.
Jim Essman Manhattan Beach, CA Sep.04.2009 | 5:26 pm mst Floyd Little is the greatest Bronco of them all and should have been in the Hall years ago. There are several other Bronx that should be there also. The Broncos seem to be the team that Canton forgot.
DAN BROSTEK JEKYLL ISLAND, GA Sep.04.2009 | 3:50 pm mst
Clint Longmont, Colorado Aug.31.2009 | 4:28 pm mst I have been a #44 Floyd Little fan since 1969, age 5. From what I hear by this time next year Floyd will finally been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Anthony Carachilo Jackson , Missouri Aug.30.2009 | 5:02 pm mst Floyd Little was one of the most explosive running backs of all time!! I support you good luck!
"John Henry" Forrest Sharp Federal Way, WA. Aug.29.2009 | 11:25 am mst Floyd..Got your Federal Way News Article & picture you autographed for me at your Ford Agency..Proudly displayed in my home business office. Thank You..You ABSOLUTELY DESERVE TO BE AMONG THOSE OTHERS HONORED IN THE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME!!
Charlotte Despeaux-Ferrari San Francisco, Ca Aug.29.2009 | 8:55 am mst I am disappointed to learn HE IS NOT already a member!!!! For years he carried the Broncos on his back. I moved from Denver in 1977 and have remained a life long fan of the Broncos and Floyd Little
Nancy Carson Dennis Charleston, South Carolina Aug.29.2009 | 8:46 am mst indeed an egregious omission; floyd little is long overdue the hard-earned recognition he rightly deserves
BILL RODGERS DENVER, COLORADO Aug.27.2009 | 12:26 pm mst YOUR THE BEST! CONGRATULATIONS!
Mary K. Grant Glenrock, WY Aug.26.2009 | 8:16 pm mst
James Bundy DURANGO, Colorado Aug.26.2009 | 7:23 pm mst MR. BRONCO WHO SAVED THE TEAM FROM MOVING.SHOULD HAVE BEEN IN THE HALL A LONG TIME AGO
Michael Schwarz BOYNTON BEACH, FL Aug.26.2009 | 5:00 pm mst Floyd should have been in over 30 years ago, but finally the Senior committee has come to there senses and put a great running back in the HOF. As a kid, I loved to watch you run. The Lord willing we will have #44 and #84 in the same HOF class. The Franchise and the Mouth linked together would be great.
Caroline Denver, Aug.26.2009 | 3:08 pm mst He should have been in a long time ago! I hope he does get in.
Jason O. Gibson new britain, Ct Aug.26.2009 | 2:26 pm mst Floyd is more deserving to be in The Hall Of Fame. he had to knock down great barrieriers to achieve his success. Much love to you cousin.....
Keith Kobold Cleveland , OH Aug.25.2009 | 9:20 pm mst
Mike Melick Portland, Oregon Aug.25.2009 | 7:10 pm mst Great News. Finally Floyd should be honored with election to the hall!
Marcie Lemberg Aug.25.2009 | 4:25 pm mst Floyd is the reason I am such an insane Bronco fan. It was truly exciting watching him play. I was just a little kid when he played, but instantly became a fan. Hopefully he gets this long overdue recognition. He truly is a Hall of Famer.
Brian Gambrel Ft Collins, Colorado Aug.25.2009 | 3:10 pm mst Excellent running back with a great attitude and work ethic. Should be in hall of fame.
James Naas Wheat Ridge, CO Aug.25.2009 | 2:53 pm mst Just got the email from the Hall telling of your nomination. Congratulations Floyd, you are so deserving. Hopefully you will be in Canton this coming July giving your acceptance speech.
Thomas Gregory Little (no relation, though I wish I was) Now of Dallas (formerly of Denver), Texas Aug.25.2009 | 2:43 pm mst If Floyd Little is not enshrined in the NFL HOF, it will prove what a joke the HOF is and that it and the NFL are run by a bunch of narrow minded, myoptic idiots and biased thugs. Based soley upon his performance and statistics he should have been in years ago. If you look at the heart he played with and the sole he gave to the team, the community and the AFL/NFL as a whole he should have been elected the day he retired. Do the right thing and put him in the hall. And he is not the only Bronco that deserves to be in, but let him be the first of the old guard.
Kevin McKenna Lakewood, CO Aug.25.2009 | 1:35 pm mst Thanks for your play and for never settling for 1/2 a loaf!!
Nathan Jackson Dallas, Tx Aug.24.2009 | 9:02 pm mst Good luck.
Thomas Hill James Island, South Carolina Aug.24.2009 | 1:10 am mst Being great is not only stats but also greatness begins in the heart.
Renee Holmes Brooklyn, New York Aug.23.2009 | 4:10 pm mst Any sportswriter worthy of his or her job knows that Mr. Little deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. He has earned it. His records speaks for itself. He has won many awards and acknowledgements of his talents and performance on the field. What does it say that a man who save the Denver Bronco franchise is not being honored in this way? What does it say about the Hall of Fame committee, past and present, that fans and those who read his story and check his record that they have to sign petition for
Mr. Litte to get this recognition that he deserves. What is the criteria for being elected to the Hall of Fame? I know he meets and exceeds the critera. So what is the problem? Do the right thing!
Ed Houser Bronx, New York Aug.23.2009 | 3:51 pm mst His career during the time speaks for itself. How can such a great player be left out. He was the heart and soul of the Broncos...Let him in!
James Collins New Orleans , La Aug.23.2009 | 1:26 pm mst Floyd was something special on the field. Many NFL former stars that played with and against him know that. To overlook his accomplishments would be tragic. To have to win a championship and be on a winning team in order to make it into the hall of fame is a joke.
Bob Hummel Prescott Valley, Az Aug.21.2009 | 7:21 pm mst Im a big Broncos fan an dthe only reason I started watching was because of FLoyd Little.I was born in Denver and he was all the Broncos had for a lot of years. He should already be in the H.O.E
Bob Sargent Louisville, CO Aug.21.2009 | 7:35 am mst One of the most successful franchises in the last 35 years of NFL history has a total of 2 players in the HoF? Makes sense. Not. Floyd deserves to be in the Hall, as well as several other Broncos. What a joke the NFL HoF is for snubbing Denver for all of these years.
Rocky Hart Canyon Country, Ca. Aug.20.2009 | 8:27 pm mst Looked forward to watch you play,Ive said for years, that you should be in, Hall of fame
Todd Cotton Casper, Wyoming Aug.20.2009 | 10:36 am mst
Giovanni Mistretta Long Branch, NJ Aug.20.2009 | 8:09 am mst How can the first thoroughbred, with the statistics to back it up, of a franchise that has become a running back haven, not be in the hall of fame? The man had 8,741 all-purpose yards and 52 TDs in 9 seasons, was elected to 3 Pro-Bowls, and is due to be enshrined in Canton! He is the keystone to a franchise that otherwise may not have survived without his star power, put him where he belongs, please!
Helen Horvath Alpine, CA Aug.19.2009 | 2:15 pm mst
kelley ballew carrollton, georgia Aug.18.2009 | 11:13 pm mst Little deserves to be in the HOF!!!!
Corey Crowder Fort Myers, Florida Aug.18.2009 | 10:58 pm mst Floyd Little should be in the Hall of Fame. Why do people who know nothing about football or have never played professional football, are always the ones who decides who gets in or who does not get into the Hall of Fame? Let Little in the HOF!
Dale F. Barr, Jr. Omaha, NE Aug.18.2009 | 12:53 pm mst
John Graebing Denver, CO Aug.18.2009 | 10:47 am mst I cherish many memories of this great man and player. Watching Floyd from the South Stands of Mile High as a kid was electric. Put Floyd in the Hall NOW!!!
John Graebing Denver, CO Aug.18.2009 | 10:36 am mst I cherish many memories of this great man and player. Watching Floyd from the South Stands of Mile High as a kid was electric. Put Floyd in the Hall NOW!!!
Gregory Cook Thibodaux, Louisiana Aug.16.2009 | 6:46 pm mst One of teh greatest back ever. Could do it ALL!!!!!
Chris Angelo Word Los Angeles, CA Aug.16.2009 | 1:43 pm mst He was Great!!!
Ruby Brown Lauderhill, FL Aug.15.2009 | 11:19 pm mst Thanks for your dedication and contributions.You have definitely left a great impact on this sport and it should be acknowledged.Because you played for a specific team should not be grounds to keep individuals out the Pro Football Hall of Fame,its their accomplishments and dedication that should be the main factual in deciding which athletes are inducted.
Sean Dowling Alamo, California Aug.15.2009 | 9:44 pm mst He played in an era of men who loved to play the game and understood what that truly meant. I watched him when I was a boy and cherish those memories. Not only is he one of the best Denver had ever had, he is one of the best to ever play the game, setting the standard of the day. Give the man what he deserves!
Ruby Brown Lauderhill, FL Aug.15.2009 | 9:14 pm mst Thanks for your dedication and contributions.You have definitely left a great impact on this sport and it should be acknowledged.Because you played for a specific team should not be grounds to keep individuals out the Pro Football Hall of Fame,its their accomplishments and dedication that should be the main factual in deciding which athletes are inducted.
Jim McNamara McAllen, Texas Aug.15.2009 | 9:13 pm mst Watched him play at S.U. when I was a kid. He was great it college. Despite very little support he put together a versatile and productive career in Denver deserving of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Ruby Brown Lauderhill, FL Aug.15.2009 | 9:03 pm mst Thanks for your dedication and contributions.You have definitely left a great impact on this sport and it should be acknowledged.Because you played for a specific team should not be grounds to keep individuals out the Pro Football Hall of Fame,its their accomplishments and dedication that should be the main factual in deciding which athletes are inducted.
Paul F. Herzog Fayetteville, NC Aug.15.2009 | 8:05 pm mst
Garrett Barnes San Jose, California Aug.12.2009 | 8:04 am mst Every bit as deserving as Shannon Sharpe.
Jonathan Heath Perry County, PENNSYLVANIA Aug.11.2009 | 7:27 pm mst The Great #44 should have been voted into the HOF years ago. Vote Little.
Jonathan Heath Perry County, PENNSYLVANIA Aug.11.2009 | 7:17 pm mst The Great #44 should have been voted into the HOF years ago. Vote Little.
Jonathan Heath Perry County, PENNSYLVANIA Aug.11.2009 | 7:17 pm mst The Great #44 should have been voted into the HOF years ago. Vote Little.
Daryl Jefferies Fayette, MO Aug.11.2009 | 9:10 am mst Long, long overdue!
Edward Trivett Forgan, Oklahoma Aug.11.2009 | 12:27 am mst Floyd Little, Lionel Taylor and Randy Gradishar all deserving to be in the Hall of Fame.
Bryan Chauveau Virginia Beach, VA Aug.10.2009 | 8:16 pm mst Beyond deserving, Little and Gradishar both
Debbie Roberts Fort Collins, CO Aug.10.2009 | 6:25 pm mst
Andrew Moon Charlotte, NC Aug.10.2009 | 4:34 pm mst
Stephen Roberts Fort Collins, Colorado Aug.10.2009 | 4:11 pm mst
Colton Ivey Durango, Colorado Aug.10.2009 | 3:26 pm mst Without Floyd Little there would not be a Denver Broncos football team today. Little kept the Broncos from moving to another city. Even though the Broncos were not a good team, he filled up that 50,000 seat stadium. He was the sole weapon on a poor team and every team game planned to stop him, yet nobody could.
David Cutler Lakewood, Colorado Aug.10.2009 | 3:23 pm mst
Bobby Leitzow Monument, Colorado Aug.10.2009 | 2:36 pm mst Its all been said before. All I can do at this point is add my name to the list, say DITTO, and wish a heartfelt Good Luck to Floyd! You are more than deserving of this honor!
Mark Walker Lochbuie, CO Aug.10.2009 | 2:26 pm mst 1969 - Associated Press: 1st team all-AFL
1969 - Pro Football Writers: 2nd team all-AFL
1969 - Hall of Fame: 2nd team all-AFL
1969 - Newspaper Ent. Assoc.: 1st team all-AFL
1969 - NY Daily News: 1st team all-AFL
1969 - Pro Football Weekly: 1st team all-AFL
1969 - Sporting News: 1st team all-AFL
1969 - UPI: 1st team all-AFL
1970 - Associated Press: 1st team all-conf.
1970 - Pro Football Weekly: 1st team all-conf.
1970 - Sporting News: 1st team all-conf.
1970 - Pro Football Writers: 2nd team all-NFL
1971 - Associated Press: 1st team all-conf.
1971 - Pro Football Weekly: 1st team all-conf.
1971 - Sporting News: 1st team all-conf.
1971 - UPI: 1st team all-conf.
1971 - Pro Football Writers: 2nd team all-NFL
1971 - Pro Football Weekly: 1st team all-NFL
1972 - UPI: 2nd team all-conf.
1973 - UPI: 2nd team all-conf.
Damian Purvis Richmond, VA Aug.10.2009 | 1:59 pm mst
Joe Medina Chester, MA Aug.10.2009 | 1:45 pm mst Floyd Little should have been the FIRST Bronco in the HoF and he deserves to be in now.
Christopher Bishop Springfield, Virginia Aug.10.2009 | 1:06 pm mst Floyd Little deserves his just desserts. The Denver Broncos exhist as we know them today to largely to this amazing player, and he deserves his recognition. Stop snubbing a great Franchise, 6 superbowl visits, 2 wins, multiple HOF caliber players and only 1 inductee?
Paul Studer Albany, Missouri Aug.10.2009 | 11:43 am mst it is incomprehensible to me why Floyd Little is not in the Hall of Fame.
Court Weston Missoula, MT Aug.10.2009 | 12:50 am mst It is an insult to the game of football that Floyd Little has been snubbed for so many years. He is more than deserving.
Phil LeMaitre Satellite Beach, FL Aug.09.2009 | 7:10 pm mst Floyd should have been the first Bronco elected to the HOF.
Kyle Weaver Union City, Pennsylvania Aug.09.2009 | 6:28 pm mst Good luck Little!
Russell Dilard Richmond, Va. Aug.09.2009 | 6:03 am mst He is deserving is a understatement.
Terrence Jacobs Pompano Beach, FL Aug.09.2009 | 3:08 am mst His accomplishments were truly amazing especially considering the lack of talent surrounding him.
Jason Coleman Brussels, Belgium Aug.09.2009 | 12:49 am mst
Allan Fulton Red Bluff, CA Aug.09.2009 | 12:06 am mst His induction is long overdue. Floyd Litte defined the Broncos franchise long before the likes of Dan Reeves, Tom Jackson,John Elway, Terrel Davis, or Mike Shannahan.
Gary Funk Wichita, Kansas Aug.08.2009 | 11:53 pm mst Definitely in the top three running backs of all time. Was the inspiration to many current/future standout running backs as well.
Bob Graham Babson Park, Florida Aug.08.2009 | 9:50 pm mst He was awesome to watch!!! One of the greatest Broncos to play!
Dean DuPree Worland, WY Aug.08.2009 | 4:33 pm mst Floyd, season after season, was the only offense that teams had to stop to beat the Broncos. Though that was their premier objective of every game plan, it was seldom accomplished.
Steve McCaskey Casper, WY Aug.08.2009 | 4:10 pm mst Floyd was one of the best ever and exemplifies all that we hold highest in sports achievment- superior performance over an extended time and outstanding character as a human being.
Ed Donovan Denver, CO Aug.08.2009 | 3:29 pm mst Floyd Little deserves to be in the Hall. Growing up, though not a Bronco fan, the two backs I remembered were Sayers and Little. Gale is there and Floyd should join him. This is a travesty.
Ron McAfee Burley , ID Aug.08.2009 | 2:25 pm mst You really should be in the HOF. I have great memories of watching you play. Thanks!
Ryan Cavanaugh Aug.08.2009 | 2:13 pm mst
Bill Ewoldt King George, VA Aug.08.2009 | 1:55 pm mst
Peter Sargent Wichita, KS Aug.08.2009 | 1:47 pm mst
Paul Reeves Littleton, CO Aug.05.2009 | 2:42 pm mst I SAW YOUR FIRST GAME AND YOUR LAST GAME AND ALL THOSE IN-BETWEEN. WHAT A PRVILEGE TO HAVE SEEN NOT ONLY YOUR SKILLS BUT WHAT YOU HAVE ACCOMOMPLISHED IN YOUR LIFE. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES
Robert P. Lang Carlisle, Penna. Aug.05.2009 | 1:41 pm mst Floyd Little not being in the HOF is a TRAVESTY! He has the stats and had very little help during his days in Denver. He was a credit to the game and is a true gentleman.
Robert P. Lang Carlisle, Penna. Aug.05.2009 | 1:23 pm mst Floyd Little not in ite HOF.....A TRAVESTY!
Tara Shannon, Ny Jul.31.2009 | 10:48 pm mst I grew up in Denver and Floyd Little was a part of my childhood that makes me happy to have had known of him. His goodness influenced my family, my neighborhood and our state.
I would love to have him in the Hall of Fame.
Maura Shannon Denver, CO Jul.31.2009 | 10:20 pm mst With the incredible talent that he showed (and even though I am sure that with his modest nature all this attention is an embarrassment) he belongs in the HOF. It is not just what he did for Denver, but for football.
Candy Little Las Vegas, NV Jul.24.2009 | 2:37 pm mst Should have happened already!!!!
Candy Little Las Vegas, NV Jul.24.2009 | 9:37 am mst Should have happened already!!!!
Derek Goodner Littleton, Co Jul.24.2009 | 2:59 am mst With the odd and unjustifiable omission of Floyd Little from the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the league and the HOF lose a certain amount of credibility. It becomes difficult to take them and their selection process seriously with these types of flagrant and possibly willfull oversites.
jacky jagadics golden, co Jul.17.2009 | 3:27 pm mst The greatest Denver Broncos player ever! Thank You for always giving your best, on and off the field.
Stephen Racz Milford, Connecticut Jul.16.2009 | 7:51 am mst I have followed the career of the dynamic Floyd Little since his days at Hillhouse High School. His ability on the gridiron was fantastic. Not only was he one of the greatest running backs I have ever seen, but he is a true role model for our youth of today. His work ethic was second to none...To you Mr "44" I tip my hat and say God Bless to you and yours
Bill Finisecy Frederick, Maryland Jun.27.2009 | 8:27 am mst
Reynold Tamayei Honolulu, HI Jun.04.2009 | 1:38 am mst Just returned from an Alaskan Cruise where I met Floyd and Deborah Little in the casino of the Norwegian Cruise Liner. Being from Hawaii and watching him play on TV as a little kid, meeting a NFL legend in person is an unbelievable experience; however, Floyd was so "classy" and so down to earth he treated me as a close friend. I am casting my name and whatever it takes to see him get his due recognition in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Regarded as the "Franchise" for saving the Broncos from possibly moving to another city, speaks volumes of his contributions as a player to his team, community and NFL.
Dave Gestner Denver, CO Jun.02.2009 | 3:54 pm mst It is a crime that Floyd Little is not in the HOF. His accomplishments on the field speak for themself. Even better, he is a greater man off the field, a classy, dignified person.
Thomas D. Carrillo Las Cruces, New Mexico Jun.01.2009 | 8:33 am mst
Nick Docous Sacramento, CA May.28.2009 | 5:14 am mst Floyd - I grew up watching you run like the wind. Thanks for the memories and all the best to you.
john May.27.2009 | 1:42 pm mst
Don Burnett Anaheim, California May.04.2009 | 8:53 pm mst Floyd, I work at the Peacock Suites and it was honor to meet you today. I totally agree with everyone that you should have been in the Hall of Fame a long, long time ago. You are one of my heroes and I would be proud to put my name on anything if it helps you get in the Hall of Fame. Thank you for the autograph, it will be framed and placed on my wall everywhere I live. Please thank your wife for bringing you to meet me, I deeply appreciate it and will remember it the rest of my life. God Bless and see you in the Hall of Fame! Don
Jerry Howe New York, NY Apr.16.2009 | 8:43 pm mst I remember Floyd Little as an outstanding college player who was told by many he was too small and too old (25) to make it in the pros. As a Jet fan, I was hoping he would join Joe Namath. Instead, the Broncos nabbed him early in the 67 draft. I sincerely believe that, taking nothing from the Jets RBs of the late 60s to early 70s, if Floyd had become a Jet the team would have won back-to-back Super Bowls and better. The man was that kind of player. He could do it all and proved he was a Hall of Famer on some horrible Broncos teams. He led the league in punt returns, total yards, combined yards, TDs, back-to-back rushing titles and wound up 7th all time in NFL history. Just think what he could have done if he had been surrounded by more talent. Truly an amazingly gifted player and tremendous person.
Matt Gullion Salinas, CA Apr.14.2009 | 7:24 pm mst Floyd Little deserves to be in Canton. i hope he is the senior candidate for 2010 because he is truly deserving of hall enshrinment.
Tim Fitzgerald Centennial, Colorado Apr.13.2009 | 8:19 pm mst Floyd Little will always be Mr. Bronco to me. He is one of the cornerstones of the Bronco franchise. Without his contribution to the franchise, the Broncos would not be one of the most successful organizations in the NFL. When he is inducted to the HOF, and he will be, I will be there.
Keith Martinson Weymouth, Mass Apr.11.2009 | 2:55 pm mst As a longtime football historian it is pretty sad Floyd is not in the HOF. 7th all time leading rusher at the time of his retirement plus a great return man and a team captain who put the Broncos on the map.
Kyle Herman Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Apr.09.2009 | 7:06 am mst we could of not accomplished what we had done in denver if it wasnt for Little god bless floyd hopefully you will be put in the HALL OF FAME where you rightfully belong
Sylvain Arbour Montreal, QC Apr.05.2009 | 8:31 am mst He was in inspiration for a lot of people - we need to have that #44 in the Hall of Fame...
Avery J. Grigsby Elkton, TN Apr.05.2009 | 12:03 am mst GIVE IT TO HIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!
John Huntsville, AL, Apr.04.2009 | 7:56 pm mst Play golf with you last year. Enjoyed it very much You deserve to be in the hall..
Tony Kyasky Point Pleasant, NJ Mar.19.2009 | 6:25 pm mst Throughout his professional football career Floyd has demonstrated the qualities and performance that should more than qualify him for entrance into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. However beyond football is Floyd the individual and as a person Floyd stands in a class of his own. I was very priveledge to have the opportunity to play with Floyd at Syracuse and hope that he is rewarded for his contributions to professional football and the Denver Broncos.
Jerry Chiari Buffalo, NY Mar.19.2009 | 7:45 am mst I had the privilege of playing college football with a number of fine athletes. None was better tha Floyd Little. His prowess continued throughout his professional career. Failure to induct this man into the Professioonal Football Hall of Fame would truly be an injustice.
Vince Bruett Westfield, New Jersey Mar.19.2009 | 7:24 am mst Floyd clearly demonstrated his great football skills at both the college and professional level and truly deserves to be recognized by induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
JIM LEMESSURIER TULLY, NEW YORK Mar.19.2009 | 6:41 am mst IT WAS CERTAINLY MY PRIVILEDGE TO BE ON THE SAME FIELD AS FLOYD LITTLE AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. HE IS A TRUE AMBASSADOR TO THE GAME, A FINE AND GENTLE MAN, AND AN INSPIRATION TO US ALL.
Robert Beheler Portland, OR Mar.14.2009 | 12:47 am mst
Randy Gilpin Somers , Montana Feb.16.2009 | 7:18 pm mst For the love of the game .....if for nothing else besides pure "genious" put this guy in the HALL OF FAME !!! Why do we need to tell you ... wow !
Troy Gines Las Vegas, Nevada Feb.16.2009 | 9:53 am mst If Floyd Little The saviour of the Denver Broncos Franchise does not deserve to get in then who does...
Steve Sumner Detroit, Michigan Feb.15.2009 | 12:31 am mst 44 to the Hall!
Al Lucas New Haven, CT Feb.02.2009 | 2:07 pm mst TIme to get you in , bro.
Paige Roberson Birmingham, AL Feb.02.2009 | 10:40 am mst To attempt to measure the impact and importance that Floyd Little has made in football history is almost impossible. It is an outrage that he has not been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Indeed he was on of the great pioneers of this sport for others who have come after him that looks like him. It is time that he be recognized for the role he played in football history.
Lisa Sarmer Auburn, Wa Feb.02.2009 | 9:10 am mst He is a smart man as well as classy--One of a kind.
Janis Wilson Nephi , Utah Jan.31.2009 | 4:06 pm mst What a man with dignity and class. One of the best ever!
Maverick Reed Castlerock, colorado Jan.28.2009 | 6:20 pm mst Floyd Little followed in Jim brown and Ernie Davises footsteps, he was a beacon of hope to all future African American football players and people, all in all he was one of the best players in all NFL history.
MARK BRODOWSKI BLOOMFIELD, NEW JERSEY Jan.27.2009 | 3:06 am mst DO THE RIGHT THING AND GIVE THE MAN HIS DUE.
William A Von Goeben Colorado Springs, Colorado Jan.25.2009 | 5:27 pm mst "The Franchise", I think that says it all,without Floyd Little there would be no Denver Broncos. He was and is a class act both on and off the field. It is a true injustice to football that he is not in Canton with his peers.
Harold Lovely Guilford, Ct Jan.23.2009 | 1:55 pm mst An injustice that needs to be corrected. His accomplishments speak for themselves.
Bryan Gray Georgetown, Texas Jan.20.2009 | 8:04 pm mst I may not like the Broncos but you should be in the Hall of Fame without a doubt in my mind Good luck
Dave Moore Fairmont, NE Jan.03.2009 | 1:30 pm mst Growing up with the Broncos, #44 was all we had to look forward to on Sundays. Best Wishes Floyd
Scott Foster Lakeside, CA Dec.25.2008 | 7:51 pm mst Floyd Little was not only a Bronco great, but an All-American at Syracuse, alma mater of another great RB, Jim Brown....
Calvin Vesco Hurricane, UT Dec.24.2008 | 10:10 am mst Let him in! If Howie Long can be in the Hall, then Little should be in there too!
Rob Foster Helena, MT Dec.23.2008 | 10:05 pm mst Hey #44, you gave my Chargers fits, you deserve to be in the Hall of Fame!
Theresa Denson Tampa, Florida Nov.16.2008 | 8:04 pm mst I had never heard of you until I saw the movie The Express about Ernie Davis. Hearing your name made me want to know more about you and your accomplishments. I love football, I just wasnt a Denver Broncos fan. Had I been I know I would have enjoyed watching you play. You truly deserve to be in the Hall of Fame and I have no doubt that you will definitely get there!
Jesus D Soto killeen, texas Nov.10.2008 | 11:21 pm mst i luv this sport
Augusta Littleton Greenville, MS Oct.19.2008 | 7:05 pm mst The more I learn, the more I enjoy the opportunity to share the information with young men seeking answers.
Floyd Littlesstory is a good one, and his stats speak for themselves.
May Yahweh be with you in the endeavors of this cause.
Steven A. Vernick SAN Mateo, California Sep.04.2008 | 6:04 pm mst I am a Syracuse University graduate, class of 1974. Floyd deserves this honor and SU really needs his help to recruit quality players to our alma mater.
Anthony Ganni High Ridge, MO Sep.03.2008 | 6:33 am mst I remember watching him as a kid. What a thrilling running back.
Jerr A Forte Sep.02.2008 | 12:08 am mst When I was 8 or 9 I played little league in Lakewood Colorado. After the game Floyd Little passed out free tickets to the then struggling Denver Broncos. My Parents took my brother and I, we had so much fun they bought season tickets.We still have them today. Later that year I saw Floyd again and got his autograph. Ever since he has been my hero, Iâ€™ve never forgotten him nor replaced him, not even with John Elway. Iâ€™ve been going to Bronco games since 1969 seen all the greats. You name a hall of famer Iâ€™ve seen them. To this day I remember the thrill of watching Floyd run with his bull legged swagger and electrify the crowd. Heâ€™s why Denver survived. Two years ago I met him again at the alumni weekend at Mile High. (Heâ€™s ALWAYSâ€™S there) I told him the story I just told you, and thanks him for the ticket I held in my hand .He remembers those days and smiled. I then asked him if I could have my picture taken with him; He was a gracious as ever. With Billy Thompson Lois Wright and Karl Mecklenburg teasing him and me we took the picture. The next year he released his book of the old days gone by. I got him to sign my picture and the book. He paused before he signed the picture, wondered which of us had the biggest belly. Today I have that picture along with his Jersey proudly displayed in my office. Please induct Floyd Little, Proudly display his bust in your Hall he and countless others will be grateful gracious and elated. Iâ€™ve include the picture, to me itâ€™s as priceless as to be honored by your organization.
Jerry A Forte
David W Prescott Phoenix , Arizona Aug.31.2008 | 7:07 pm mst Floyd Little spoke at my Mattydale Viking Pop Warner banquet was I was a kid and he gave me my most valuable player trophy. He was such a good speaker even as a young underclassman at Syracuse. He had lots of wisdom to pass along and he was only about 20 at the time.
John Cushman Albuquerque, New Mexico Aug.30.2008 | 11:59 am mst Definitely deserves to be in the Hall of Fame!
Tim Millsap Kirkwood, MO Aug.29.2008 | 8:01 am mst As a kid you were my favorite Bronco and still are! Good Luck Floyd!!
Ray Armendariz El Paso, TX Aug.25.2008 | 10:42 am mst Time to put these Bronco greats into the HOF. Little and Gradisher should already be in, lets end this injustice this year.
j.michael Overland park , Kansas Aug.24.2008 | 7:51 pm mst Floyd Little deserves to be in the hall!
Mike Sturdivant Overland Park, Kansas Aug.24.2008 | 7:44 pm mst Any running back that retires as the 7th leading rusher in league history should be a lock for Canton. Especially when that running back also returned punts and kickoffs.
Camille Sturdivant Overland park ,KS, KS Aug.24.2008 | 7:42 pm mst Good luck.
Karl Barnes Chicago, IL Aug.24.2008 | 2:13 pm mst Mr. Little has always been a example of how a NFL player should be in the eyes of his fans. Even today his life is a shinning example of the praises that he due. Peace be unto you eternally
James Middleton Dallas, TX Aug.24.2008 | 7:25 am mst Floyd Little is long overdue for the Hall of Fame. He overcame so many obstacles and somehow retired 7th in NFL history in rushing. He was one of 26 rookies Lou Saban kept in 1967. The team was young with nowhere to run. Somehow Floyd led the NFL in punt returns and the league in combined yards. He led the league in combined yards again in 68. In 69, he was leading the NFL in rushing by over 300 yards when a knee injury forced him to miss the last 6 games. In 1970, despite 5 QB starting for the Broncos, he led the AFC in rushing. In 71, despite playing with 3 more new QBs and Saban resigning with 5 games left, he led the NFL in rushing with 1,133 Yards. And so it went, season after season. Floyd being productive without much team structure. Oh, yes. The experts said at 5-10, 195 pounds, he was too small to play and ranked at least 8 RBs higher before the 67 draft. He outrushed all of them while becoming a 5-time Pro Bowler. He was the consummate professional and The Franchise for the team during the tough years. Floyd Little deserves to be enshrined in Canton.
Peter George Albany, NY Aug.17.2008 | 6:24 am mst I am in full agreement. I added this link to my new site http://www.hoftalk.com
Best of luck.
Scott E. Cole Syracuse, New York Aug.15.2008 | 3:15 pm mst Floyd Little deserves enshrinement in the Hall of Fame. No player ever did more for his team with less talent around him. A true gem as a person and player. Syracuse still remembers and loves you !
Norman Brander Boca Raton, FL Aug.13.2008 | 6:42 pm mst Floyd Little is very deserving of Hall of Fame Honours, as he was a star in high school, college, and the NFL
James Garner Denver, Colorado Aug.05.2008 | 10:31 pm mst He was the back of his time
Bruce E Nahrgang Longmont, Co Aug.03.2008 | 9:20 pm mst
Ray CiezinskiNew York Jul.10.2008 | 11:25 am mst Floyd epitomizes what it means to be a Hall of Famer. Along with his HOF stats of retiring 7th all-time in NFL history, and gaining more yards rushing, and yards from scrimmage (rushing and receiving), than any back in the NFL or AFL during a six-year period from 1968-73, Floyd is the reason the Broncos remained in Denver. "The Franchise" kept the franchise from relocating in those tough early years. The 5-time Pro Bowler was the first star that began a string of sellouts at Mile High Stadium that lasts today. He also was a tireless worker in the the Denver community, working hand-in-hand with the mayor, and winning national honors for humanitarian service along the way. Plus, he was team captain all 9 years of his career. Floyd Little is a legend of the game and one of the finest people to ever suit up.
Nick Kramer Golden, CO Jul.09.2008 | 11:52 pm mst
Heather Stickle Kirkland, Washington Jun.24.2008 | 12:43 pm mst Floyd Little is an amazing man, with an amazing heart...he needs to be recognized and remembered forever!
Jack Cozart Aurora, Colorado Jun.07.2008 | 11:13 am mst When I was a boy in Denver 1969, I first heard of #44. Every kid that played football down at the schoolyard wanted to be Floyd Little. He was the best Bronco, and I have been a fan ever since.
Erica Patillo St.Louis, MO Jun.05.2008 | 9:33 am mst
June La Guardia Keller, TX Jun.04.2008 | 1:57 pm mst Floyd Little deserves this honor for saving Denver from losing their football team and his contribution to the team. Growing up in the Denver area, #44 was alway respected and admired for all he did. HOF members should have done this a longtime ago.
Teann Flaharty Fort Worth, TX Jun.03.2008 | 1:41 pm mst Stop, think and then induct Floyd Little right now!!! Everyone knows it’s the right thing to do. We all have heroes and idols growing up and Floyd Little was mine. To this day # 44 is my favorite number. As a small girl growing up in Denver, Floyd was “The Man” he was unstoppable and amazing to watch. It will be amazing to watch his induction into the Hall of Fame. HOF needs to do the right thing and show Floyd what we all know and have known for years, he deserves it and it’s his time to shine again!! A True Fan Forever!!
Zack Syracuse, Jun.01.2008 | 4:57 pm mst
Stephen Mastro Pueblo, Colorado May.22.2008 | 11:05 pm mst Get real; Floyd Little was that good!
Bryan Adderholt Boulder, CO May.15.2008 | 1:20 pm mst The 7th leading rusher in NFL history when he retired DESERVES to be in the Hall of Fame! Thanks Floyd!!
Clifford Umstead Soldotna , Alaska May.15.2008 | 1:09 pm mst I grew up in Denver watching Floyd Little plya ta Mile High Stadium. He has been a great roll model for me through out my life. I can still remember how exciting it was to watch him play. Forgotten heroes like Floyd Little should be the ones in the hall of fame.
Kim SmithColorado May.15.2008 | 11:07 am mst
Sandra Wyckoff Houston, Texas May.12.2008 | 10:39 am mst Good Luck!! and May God give you the desires of your heart.
Thomas Buckingham Sterling, VA May.06.2008 | 3:56 pm mst He was one of the best backs of his time... he should be in the HOF.
Joseph G. White Centennial, Colorado May.04.2008 | 8:41 pm mst I do remember one of his last runs was a 60 or so yard touchdown scamper, and even with the bow legs his open field speed was unbelievable. Floyd will always be the one who made the broncos, John Elway just took the broncos to tne next level!
Mike Hayden Fulton, Ny May.02.2008 | 2:37 pm mst I can still see him run that Crossbuck play with Csonk & Oley Allen One of the Greatest Players to ever play the Game PUT HIM IN!
Claus Vestergaard Aarhus, DENMARK May.01.2008 | 10:39 am mst An absolutely electrifying player - "The Franchise"... He truly belongs in Canton!!
Curtis Nesler Puyallup, Washington Apr.30.2008 | 11:36 pm mst
Dan Noreen San Diego, CA Apr.25.2008 | 1:56 pm mst This travesty needs to be corrected
Don Fleming Anchorage, Alaska Apr.24.2008 | 11:59 pm mst Without #44 there would be no Denver Broncos today. He is a man of character and deserves to be in the HOF.
JAYSON JAY, ARIZONA Apr.23.2008 | 10:20 am mst HOF BOUND!
Douglas Lee New York, NY Apr.23.2008 | 7:57 am mst
Jared Davis Payson, Utah Apr.23.2008 | 7:40 am mst
Matt Dierking Albuquerque, New Mexico Apr.22.2008 | 11:49 pm mst Floyd deserves to be in the hall!
Russ OatesNY Apr.22.2008 | 9:54 pm mst One of the greats.
Jeremy Roberts Fort Worth, Texas Mar.26.2008 | 8:43 am mst Put Floyd "The Franchise" Little in the Hall!
Prof. John A. Gilmore Trinidad, Colorado Mar.20.2008 | 11:49 am mst Floyd Little did more than save pro football in Denver. He brought respect to the vast, overlooked region between the Mid-West and the West Coast. Those who are responsible have shamed themselves and devalued the shrine.
James Girton Olympia, WA Mar.20.2008 | 7:33 am mst Incredible running back for his time. I do remember the infamous chant that went something like this; Hey dittle dittle, Little up the middle! There was a reason he was used so frequently for that play.
joe taylor Mar.20.2008 | 4:37 am mst great player, represents what is good about sports,great alumni,great orangeman, great asset to the community---what more does the hall of fame need???
Chris Manning Portland, OR Mar.19.2008 | 4:38 pm mst Put Floyd in the Hall!
Ingrid Wiltshire Brooklyn, NYC Feb.29.2008 | 10:02 pm mst Please do not let all the hard work Floyd put out for Denver Broncos go to waste!!!I am looking forward to hear the announcement!!!!!
Ann Williams Jamaica, New York Feb.29.2008 | 7:43 am mst
Betty Lytle Lawrenceburg, IN Feb.28.2008 | 10:46 am mst I remember Floyd Little during the time we lived in Denver. He deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. Best of Luck.
Wanda Lewis New York, N Y Feb.28.2008 | 9:45 am mst
Joe Martinez Westminister, Colorado Feb.21.2008 | 9:38 pm mst For a running back that didn’t have a strong offensive line you made the yards. I’m proud Broncos fan and glad you played for us. You deserve to be in the Hall of Fame and hope they vote you in.
Rev. Dr. Gregory Busby, Sr. Charlotte, North Carolina Feb.20.2008 | 3:11 pm mst Floyd, I remember seeing you play, especially after my hometown Cleveland Browns moved to the AFC. Your enshrinement is long overdue, and I wish I had a vote to make it happen! God Bless you.
Phyllis Aurora, CO Feb.19.2008 | 6:07 pm mst For it to be a true Hall of Fame you must have Floyd Little.
Patrick Tarpy Conifer, Colorado Feb.17.2008 | 9:26 pm mst
Ryan Tarpy Conifer, Colorado Feb.17.2008 | 9:24 pm mst
Jon Greene Manhattan Beach, CA Feb.15.2008 | 12:54 pm mst
Deltha Q. Colvin Wichita, Kansas Feb.14.2008 | 9:26 pm mst Good Luck. You are deserving. Continue to stand tall.
Catherine Trent Syracuse,, New York Feb.13.2008 | 10:59 pm mst Just tell us what to do to get you in there and consider it DONE!
Tina Wilson Denver, CO Feb.13.2008 | 10:22 pm mst GO "Uncle Floyd"!!!! We are behind your effort 110% of the way!!
Gwendolyn Crenshaw Denver, CO Feb.13.2008 | 10:21 pm mst
Andrea Reeves Syracuse, New York Feb.13.2008 | 2:18 pm mst He certainly deserves the honor!
Bill White Niwot, CO Feb.13.2008 | 12:47 pm mst Floyd was among the best. His efforts kept pro football relevant here in Denver and he deserves to be inducted into Canton.
Lawanda Whittington Upper Marlboro, Maryland Feb.13.2008 | 7:32 am mst
Cheryl Beato Philadelphia, PA Feb.12.2008 | 10:21 pm mst He is well deserving of this honor.
Reginald Rich Bowie, Maryland Feb.12.2008 | 5:43 pm mst If there is anyone who deserves to be in the Football Hall Of Fame, it is Floyd Little.
Todd A Smith York, PA Feb.12.2008 | 4:19 pm mst Good Luck!
Gabe Caskey Ellensburg, WA Feb.12.2008 | 2:47 pm mst
Weeghmyn Lewis Jonesboro, GA Feb.12.2008 | 1:35 pm mst Nine years in the NFL and named to the Pro Bowl 5 times and All-Pro 5 times. Long overdue for induction into the Football HOF.
Georgann Conrad Ellensburg, Washington Feb.12.2008 | 11:34 am mst
Veleta Pasley Alexandria, VA Feb.12.2008 | 11:29 am mst Good Luck and Best Wishes. You deserve the honor!
Samuel Morgan, IV Washington, DC Feb.12.2008 | 10:53 am mst
Jeremiah Morgan Washington, DC Feb.12.2008 | 10:52 am mst
Oeshae S Morgan Washington, DC Feb.12.2008 | 10:51 am mst
Samuel & Carlisha Morgan Washington, DC Feb.12.2008 | 10:50 am mst
Christie Park Bellevue, Washington Feb.12.2008 | 10:34 am mst
James White Baltimore, MD Feb.12.2008 | 8:20 am mst Put him in!!
Tami Weisbrod Littleton, Colorado Feb.12.2008 | 8:18 am mst
Tonya Lumpkin Brandywine, Md Feb.12.2008 | 7:18 am mst
Judith Evans Willingboro, New Jersey Feb.12.2008 | 7:17 am mst
Nick Wolf Pine , Colorado Feb.11.2008 | 9:37 pm mst
Trish Buswell Alexandria, VA Feb.11.2008 | 6:22 pm mst No one deserves this entry into the Hall of Fame more than "The Franchise" Floyd Little
Brenda Bartlesville, OK Feb.11.2008 | 4:52 pm mst
Jeff Buswell Conifer, Colorado Feb.11.2008 | 4:49 pm mst #44 Floyd Little was not only one of the most astounding Denver Broncos, but also one of the most amazing players in the NFL. He definitely deserves a spot in the Hall of Fame in recognition of his outstanding achievements.
Arthur E. Lederle Arnold, MD. Feb.11.2008 | 4:43 pm mst
Chris & Brenda Cheeks Mira Loma, California Feb.11.2008 | 3:53 pm mst Floyd, my husband is your biggest fan. All things good in life present a battle. Stay strong, focused and persistent. It is already done. So, with that we congratulate you on one of your greatest acheivements. Welcome to the Hall of Fame!!!
Jessie Formwalt Pagosa Springs, Colorado Feb.11.2008 | 2:41 pm mst This outstanding Bronco should never be overlooked & definately belongs right up there with the other Hall of Famers!
Eydie Mellin Colorado Springs, Colorado Feb.11.2008 | 2:29 pm mst
Amy Favor Moorman Alexandria, Virginia Feb.11.2008 | 1:33 pm mst Floyd Little is so deserving of this honor!
Kathy Cole Hopkins-Smith Washington, DC Feb.11.2008 | 1:26 pm mst #44 an exciting, turn the point, player in the NFL and at Syracuse. Floye Little deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
adolphus crenshaw mableton, georgia Feb.11.2008 | 1:07 pm mst denver fans should stand behind this much deserved but never gotten honor for "old" number 44. good luck on making the hall of fame floyd!
Keith Hori Berkeley, CA Feb.11.2008 | 12:55 pm mst A man who upheld #44 more than well. Did not like to see him come to Oakland and run wild. Most deserving of the Hall.
Thurston mcclain Alexandria , Virginia Feb.11.2008 | 12:43 pm mst I was a all conference LB at a small school in Oklahoma. I played with Thomas Hollywood Henderson of the Dallas Cowboys and aganist Doug Willaims of the Washington Redskins, we are all in agreement that #44 needs to be in! No one did it better in his time! Years ago I visit the home, I was sadden not seeing floyd there! Do the right thing, place him in!
Coach Don Hudson Centennial, CO Feb.11.2008 | 12:22 pm mst Floyd was one of the greatest running backs of his time. No question, a Pro Football Hall of Famer!
Alires Almon HIghlands Ranch, CO Feb.11.2008 | 12:00 pm mst There is something about that number 44. Good luck and we will see you in the gold jacket soon!
(Daughter, Sam Lacey #44, Kansas City Kings, NBA)
Laura Flannery New City, NY Feb.11.2008 | 11:57 am mst So many BLESSINGS to you Mr. Little!!!!
Paula J. Martin New York, New York Feb.11.2008 | 11:14 am mst Floyd:
Dear buddy...long time no see. You were the most amazing running back I had every seen when I went to Syracuse. You helped to put Denver on the football map when you signed and played for them.
There is no one more deserving than you to receive this honor and so you should be recognized.
All my best and you will get to smell the roses,
Kirea L. Jackson Oxon Hill, MD Feb.11.2008 | 9:31 am mst Good luck!!
Paula J. Barton Alexandria, Virginia Feb.11.2008 | 9:01 am mst As a Star at Syracuse, Floyd Little was a "local hero". When he headed west, though he was no longer local, he was still our hero. He should definitely be in the Hall of Fame.
Sherry Hart Baltimore, Maryland Feb.11.2008 | 8:35 am mst May your hard work and talent be recognized.
Dillon Dixon Nashville, TN Feb.11.2008 | 8:31 am mst Best of luck, Floyd! Hope to see you again soon!
Karen Summerfelt-Hume Millers, Maryland Feb.11.2008 | 8:23 am mst Good luck. Hope that it happens soon.
William Hume Millers, Maryland Feb.11.2008 | 8:20 am mst Well past time for this to have happenedg
Sharon Hudson Edgewood, MD Feb.11.2008 | 7:39 am mst Good Luck
Wayne Hudson Edgewood, MD Feb.11.2008 | 7:38 am mst Best of Luck!!!
Carol Devine Alexandria, Virginia Feb.11.2008 | 7:12 am mst Best of luck. You deserve to be in the Hall of Fame.
Tony Gallawa Denver, CO Feb.11.2008 | 7:02 am mst
Paulette Jones Severn, MD Feb.11.2008 | 6:45 am mst We are saying our prayers for you. It will happen.
Richard H. Jones Severn, MD Feb.11.2008 | 6:42 am mst Vote him in. His accomplishments are amazing. Floyd the Best of Luck to you.
R. Henry Jones Atlantic City, NJ Feb.11.2008 | 6:28 am mst Best of Luck
Joyce Davis Oxnard, CA Feb.11.2008 | 12:37 am mst Floyd deserves it!
Billy Davis Oxnard, CA Feb.11.2008 | 12:20 am mst I wish you well and good luck on your induction into the Hall of Fame.
Antoine Scott Baltimore, Maryland Feb.10.2008 | 10:27 pm mst
Carl Landry Redlands, California Feb.10.2008 | 10:03 pm mst
Velma Daigle MORENO VALLEY RANCH, California Feb.10.2008 | 10:02 pm mst Wow
Ron Brown Hacienda Heights, California Feb.10.2008 | 10:01 pm mst I wish you the best!
Johann Aaron MORENO VALLEY RANCH, California Feb.10.2008 | 10:01 pm mst You deserve the best!
Casuandra Landry MORENO VALLEY RANCH, California Feb.10.2008 | 9:59 pm mst Best of luck to you!!!
Christopher Cathcart Los Angeles, CA Feb.10.2008 | 9:42 pm mst Put this brother in....
Kathleen Dillon Altadena, California Feb.10.2008 | 9:26 pm mst
Kendra McGee Temple Hills, MD Feb.10.2008 | 9:18 pm mst
Christy Little Jones Oxon Hill, Maryland Feb.10.2008 | 8:19 pm mst I am praying for you Dad that you finally get the recognition and honor that you so deserve!
James A. Reed Jackson, MS Feb.10.2008 | 6:00 pm mst Floyd Little #44,is long over due to the Hall of Fame. In my opinion he ranks with some of the leagues great running backs.
La Rhonda Smith, USN Retired Chicago, Illinois Feb.10.2008 | 5:12 pm mst Thank you for being a positive role model and a pioneer. May God continue to bless you and yours!!!
Renae McGregor Auburn, WA Feb.10.2008 | 10:09 am mst Floyd truly should be in the Hall of Fame.
Vivian Batista Federal Way, Washington Feb.10.2008 | 8:06 am mst I have a friend who told me about the experience of watching Floyd play, and it goes beyond how his face lit up in the tale, as his words simply expressed that before there was the heroes of today - the heroes of yesterday paved the way - and Floyd to many like him and his buddies - was that hero.
Michael J. Fox Seattle, Washigton Feb.09.2008 | 4:29 pm mst When I played high school football in Connecticut, Floyd was the best football player in the state; when I went on to Cornell University, Floyd established himself as the top running back in the country during his college career at Syracuse University, 50 miles to the North of Cornell, following the great Syracuse backs Jim Brown and Ernie Davis. For the Broncos, Floyd carried an entire team, and unlike the pro running backs of today, he ran back kickoffs and punts, proving his durability and retaining his outstanding speed and cutting ability until he retired.
Floyd Little is now an outstanding citizen and business leader in the Seattle area, and I was pleased to have him serve as a juror in my court room. He was elected foreperson, and did an outstanding job. Judge Michael J. Fox
denise sandoz zimmerman, minnesota Feb.09.2008 | 6:49 am mst we all feel the need to support someone who was an amazing football player who should never be forgotten.
Carol Mitchell Lakewood, , WA Feb.09.2008 | 12:23 am mst Good luck, Floyd. You deserve it.
Mike Ortiz Littleton, Colorado Feb.08.2008 | 10:00 pm mst Floyd Little should have been the 1st Denver Bronco in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. I remember going to the Hall of Fame and seeing his #44 jersey being displayed when no Denver Bronco had been inducted. He really deserves to be there.
Al Wittich Tacoma, WA Feb.08.2008 | 8:50 pm mst You deserve to be considered for the HOF for your years of exceptional performance on the Bronco team!
Darleen Price Tacoma, WA Feb.08.2008 | 8:47 pm mst That Floyd Little of the dreaded and hated Denver Broncos? That Floyd Little we San Diego Charger fans would sit in the stands and boo :-) (I lived in SD and attended almost every home game in that era)?? It is my pleasure to sign the petition for That Floyd Little. Your nomination is long past due.
Eric Carroll Golden , Colorado Feb.08.2008 | 1:13 pm mst
Emery Moorehead Northbrook, IL. Feb.08.2008 | 1:06 pm mst Floyd Little was an outstanding football player for many years with the Broncos and the face for the city of Denver when there was no NBA or MLB in town. His on the field record speaks for its self but his off the field record is equally impressive. There can be no greater representative of the early pioneers of the AFL, the City of Denver, the Broncos, or the NFL HOF. Let him in!
Brian Swindahl Tacoma, Wa. Feb.08.2008 | 10:15 am mst Good luck Floyd, you deserve it!
Dean Jones East Syracuse, NY Feb.08.2008 | 9:19 am mst Clearly a Hall of Fame career!
Brian Crane Olympia, WA Feb.08.2008 | 9:00 am mst A long overdue tribute to a great player and even greater individual!
Christina JacksonCT Feb.08.2008 | 7:23 am mst It is a travesty that Floyd Little has not been inducted into the Football Hall of Fame. It is time to correct this injustice to a great player and role model on and off the field.
Alicia Florencio syracuse, ny Feb.08.2008 | 6:52 am mst Floyd..It was a honor to see you at the dome, at the retirement of you jersey. A great man, with accomplishments well worth the hall of fame!
Mindy Pritts Liverpool, New York Feb.08.2008 | 6:25 am mst
Bethany Sydney, NSW Feb.07.2008 | 10:27 pm mst The best of luck to you!!!!
Sandra Sydney, NSW Feb.07.2008 | 10:26 pm mst Good luck!!!!!
Brianna Sydney, NSW Feb.07.2008 | 10:24 pm mst Good luck to you!!
Lori DeVore Federal Way, WA Feb.07.2008 | 10:24 pm mst Floyd is a superstar in Federal Way, too!
Rob Burkett Longmont, CO Feb.07.2008 | 9:45 pm mst Floyd carried the Broncos during some very tough times, he WAS the offense during his career. His career was probably shortened by over use because they had no one else. He definately deserves the HOF!
Jessie R Whatley LaJunta, Colorado Feb.07.2008 | 9:34 pm mst He is one of the best running backs Denver ever had, and should have been there 20 years ago.
Cynthia Norris/ Whatley La Junta, Colorado Feb.07.2008 | 9:19 pm mst He is one of the most deserving people of that title, I know of.
Mary Smith Jackson, MS Feb.07.2008 | 8:57 pm mst You go boy!!!!
Ray Fregia naperville, Illinoia Feb.07.2008 | 8:56 pm mst Mr. Floyd Little deserves to be in the Hall of Fame, NOW!!
Bridgett Payton Jackson, MS Feb.07.2008 | 8:51 pm mst I feel as a person that is a football fan, I feel that Mr. Floyd Little deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
Kristie P Chicago, IL Feb.07.2008 | 8:49 pm mst Mr. Floyd Little its your turn to grace the Hall of Fame. Long time overdue. Let me say Congrats.
the dude minneapolis, mn Feb.07.2008 | 8:32 pm mst yeah, he deserves it
Mone Seattle, Washington Feb.07.2008 | 8:17 pm mst There is no doubt in my mind that Floyd Little absolutely deserves his work of enduring significance to be colossally displayed in the Hall of Fame--
C.E. Pons Washington, D.C. Feb.07.2008 | 7:52 pm mst The Hall of Fame would be incomplete without the presence of "The Franchise," surely his place is secured.
Mike Carroll auburn, WA Feb.07.2008 | 7:03 pm mst Floyd Little was the first true superstars for the Broncos. In an era when running the football was was the priority, Flotd Little was one of the best in the game.
Angela Feb.07.2008 | 5:40 pm mst Nobody deserves it more.......go on wit yo bad self.
Toni B. New York, NY Feb.07.2008 | 5:22 pm mst Best of luck!
Kevin D. Massie Napa, California Feb.07.2008 | 2:45 pm mst The Hall of Fame is not complete without the Great Floyd Little. Look at his accomplishments and you know Floyd should be a member. Floyd is an example of what a Hall of Famer should be. Floyd had great numbers and he has a great deal of character and class.
Daniel C Smith Shafter, California Feb.07.2008 | 1:21 pm mst Floyd Little was an outstanding running back with the statistics to validate this statement.
Andrea Latchem Syracuse, NY Feb.07.2008 | 12:41 pm mst Glad to add my support!
Angela Griffin Federal Way, WA Feb.07.2008 | 12:33 pm mst
E. Tina Piety Des Moines, WA Feb.07.2008 | 12:22 pm mst
Dr. Dovie Gray Decatur, GA Feb.07.2008 | 11:32 am mst You deserve it! Best wishes
Michelle McConnell Auburn, Wa Feb.07.2008 | 11:24 am mst What an amazing person! You deserve this!
Teofana DanchevaWA Feb.07.2008 | 10:48 am mst
Carol Rhoades Seattle, WA Feb.07.2008 | 10:12 am mst
Tom Oswald Feb.07.2008 | 10:08 am mst
Robin Corak Edgewood, WA Feb.07.2008 | 10:00 am mst You deserve it! :)
Suzanne Smith Kent, WA Feb.07.2008 | 9:35 am mst GO 44!!!
Hope to see you in the hall of fame!
Scott Pingel Federal Way, WA Feb.07.2008 | 9:26 am mst Floyd Little was back ahead of his time. He won rushing titles, went to Pro Bowls, and he is a back that all up-and-comers should look up to. He played while he was great and has now had a very successful "after football" life. If he is not a hall-of-famer, why do we have the hall at all?
Christine Devine Federal Way, WA Feb.07.2008 | 9:02 am mst
Karen Giamas Syracuse, NY Feb.07.2008 | 8:58 am mst Lets get Floyd into the Hall of Fame!
Susan Filkins Syracuse, NY Feb.07.2008 | 8:58 am mst Go Floyd!
Suezy Proctor Tacoma, WA Feb.07.2008 | 6:24 am mst Persistence, Perseverance and Determination alone are omnipotent!
Lencola Sullivan-Verseveldt Zoetermeer, The Netherlands Feb.07.2008 | 2:42 am mst
Dr. Frank L. Harper, Jr., PhD, MBA, MSIE, PMP Atlanta, GA Nov.26.2007 | 9:56 am mst Mr. Little is what I will always call you. I am a former All-State HM, All-American HM from our alma mater James Hillhouse High School. We both had the opportunity to play for Coach Dan Casey. You allowed me to interview you for our school newspaper--of which I won an award! I'll never forget your encouraging words, "You've got it, so go do it!" Congraduations are being named to the Hillhouse Hall of Fame. I share the sentiments of all the other guests you're day is coming for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. May God continue to bless you and your family.
PS: Thanks for the encouragement!
Jim Gianvito Englewood, CO Sep.27.2007 | 8:37 pm mst Growing up as a kid in New York City, I would scour the newspapers for any news of Floyd's exploits. When I was lucky enough to find a tiny column, I'd happily cut it out and saved it to this day. One of my most prized possessions was a small Floyd Little jersey that I wore so much it wore 'out'. I met Floyd last year at a book signing and just sat front and center hanging on his every word. To finally be face to face with the man I admired so much was truly an honor. I was thrilled to discover how gracious, genuine, and funny his is! Thanks Floyd for all you've given your fans over the years. I hope to be able to see you enter the HOF fame soon!
Stan Dyer Arvada, CO Sep.26.2007 | 9:31 am mst I cannot believe that Bronco fans can forget so much in a paltry 30 years. To me, Floyd Little will always be the first name I think of when I think of the Broncos. Thanks, Floyd, for all you did for Denver and the Broncos. I will never stop promoting your induction into the Hall of Fame. You need to be right there with your Syracuse alumni Ernie Davis and Jim Brown.
Sue Tipton Josephine, Texas Sep.20.2007 | 7:23 am mst I was raised in Colorado and loved the Broncos. Still will take Broncos over any team.
Stan Dyer Arvada, CO Sep.20.2007 | 6:27 am mst When I was young, I remember wondering, "What would the Broncos do without Floyd Little?" Now, I wonder, "How did the Hall of Fame ignore this man for over 30 years?" They wouldn't ignore him if they had to try to tackle him!
Brian Bleess Wheaton, Il Sep.20.2007 | 6:06 am mst Football is no longer football when played in domes and not out in the cold and snow. Let\'s have that conversation and discuss the degrees of difficulties then versus now.
Peggy Henderson Marietta, GA Sep.20.2007 | 4:45 am mst A friend of mine, Stan Dyer wrote a story and let me know of the great efforts Floyd Little put forth in his career with the Bronco's. The Hall of Fame should be honored to include him.
James Murphy Springfield, Virginia Sep.18.2007 | 8:40 am mst I'll never forget his home debut against Kansas with Gale Sayers in 1964. He stole the show then and continued to excel with poor Bronco teams in the late 60s and early 70s. He was a genuine nice guy and a credit to his sport. He exemplifies everything that a Hall of Famer should be. Give him his due!
Paula Scott Oakdale, Connecticut Sep.15.2007 | 3:11 pm mst I am a born and raised Colorado NATIVE. There would be no Broncos in Denver if it wasn't for Floyd Little. I have been a huge fan since the guys all wore striped socks. I reveled in the wins and I cried at the loses, but nothing com pairs to watching a man run down field breaking tackles like Floyd did. I always wondered if the fact that we could have driven a small car through those bowed legs had anything to do with his amazing talent. I have watched many players come and go over the years, but ask any REAL fan and they will tell you, just like John Elway did, if it wasn't for Floyd the Broncos would not even be around.
On a personal note, I meet Mr. Little at the house of a very dear friend whose father happened to be Bob Collins. I was a very young female fan, very nervous and excited to meet one of my Heros. Mr. Little made me feel at ease the moment we were introduced. While I am sure that he does not remember meeting me,I have never forgotten his kindness, or his patients.
CANTON BE HUNG. Denver is a team to be reckoned with and we will not let you ignore us any longer.
#44 will hang in the HOF. You know that Denver Fans NEVER give up and we will not be silenced.
Ask any team that ever tried to call plays near the SOUTH STANDS. Do I hear stomping?
I am also looking forward to reading Floyd's book. Being a transplant to the east coast it is hard to hear about things that happen at home. Out here they don't think anything happens west of the Mississippi.
With much Affection, Good Luck.
Jerry Chiari Buffalo, New York Sep.11.2007 | 1:04 pm mst Floyd Little is one of the most outstanding individuals I have ever met. Being an outstanding individual ; however, does not alone make one worthy of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Being the outstanding professional athlete Floyd Little was, certainly does. Floyd's accomplishments on the high school, prep school, college, and professional fields speak for themselves. To fail to enshrine Floyd Little would serve only to deminish the esteem of the institution itself.
Greg Stafford Colorado Springs, CO Aug.25.2007 | 9:48 pm mst
Ed Canfield Twin Lakes, Wis. Aug.25.2007 | 8:35 am mst I remember watching Floyd run over people when I was younger. Floyd absolutely belongs in the HOF!!
Tim Clendenin Wamego, Kansas Aug.25.2007 | 3:44 am mst
Matt Lee St. Louis, MO Aug.24.2007 | 5:58 pm mst Floyd seems to be one of the greatest rushers of his time, even though I wasn't around to see it. He seems to be a great guy off the field as well. About 7 years ago I sent him a letter asking for his autograph and he wrote me a very nice message back. Being a 13 year old at the time, it made my day. I still remember it these years later and one of the greatest signs a player has ever shown me. He deserves to be in the Hall of Fame!!
Brice Huisken Denver, CO Aug.22.2007 | 7:32 am mst
Rodney Reinhardt Rio Rancho, New Mexico Aug.22.2007 | 6:23 am mst It's a long over due honor that Floyd Little joins the list of gret players in the Hall Of Fame. Anyone who spent anytime in the 60's and 70's watching him run, when every team knew Floyd was the Denver Offense knows that he deserves to be in the Hall.
C.J. Arnold Booneville, Mississippi Aug.21.2007 | 5:20 pm mst It's a shame that he isn't in the HOF.
Kyle Montgomery Munds Park, Arizona Aug.21.2007 | 2:02 pm mst Floyd Little belongs in Canton.
Zach Denver, CO Aug.21.2007 | 10:44 am mst I personally never got to see Little play but my father did and he would not shut up about how amazing he was. Get #44 in the HOF
Jeffrey Kremer Aug.21.2007 | 8:56 am mst
Michael Kretzer Casper, WY Aug.21.2007 | 7:39 am mst
James Pepe Peyton, CO Aug.20.2007 | 11:17 pm mst
Eric Macgill Aurora, CO Aug.20.2007 | 9:00 pm mst Been loving the Broncos since I could breath. Am a true hardcore fan yes indeed. Floyd needs to join John in the Hall of the Famed.
And there you have it I have so been named.
Terry Johnson Waynesville, Ohio Aug.20.2007 | 7:38 pm mst I became a football/Bronco fan in 1971. We didn't win a lot then but watching Floyd Little play was worth it. As much as I love Mr. Elway, you belonged in the Hall well before him.
Jason Bott Cheyenne, WY Aug.20.2007 | 7:16 pm mst Had Floyd played in Dallas or Pittsburgh or any east coast team, he would have already been in the HOF.
Chica Ang Olympia, Washington Aug.20.2007 | 7:11 pm mst Mr. Little, you will always be a special part of my childhood memories! How I wanted to play football with you....
Larry A Blake Tucson, Arizona Aug.20.2007 | 6:10 pm mst Floyd Little, I saw your first game, and I saw your last. Moreover, I have seen virtually every starting running back since Jim Taylor. You were as good as any of them. You should have already been in the HOF, awaiting the induction of Randy Gradishar, then John Elway. Let's hope they do you justice this time.
Alexander M. Winter Springs, Florida Aug.12.2007 | 11:51 am mst If Little got the recognition that morons like, The Juice (or The Murdurer), he would have been enshrined in his 1st year of elgibility. THIS IS AN OUTRAGE TO KEEP HIM OUT FOR ALL THESE YEARS!!!
Carol Novak Westminster, CO Aug.03.2007 | 6:01 pm mst Floyd - As a native of Colorado, I watched your career with the Broncos, and I can truly say, you saved the Broncos, and you definitely deserve to be in the HOF.
Glenn Centennial, CO Aug.03.2007 | 6:15 am mst Floyd was amazing....made me a football fan for life...along with Randy Gradishar and "the snow goose"...amoung others.
Ryan Gault Cary, NC Aug.02.2007 | 3:18 pm mst It is an absolute crime that Floyd Little and Randy Gradishare are not in the Hall of Fame.
Jeffrey Hussar Toledo, OH Aug.02.2007 | 3:13 pm mst Floyd deserves to be the next of many with John.
Ken OBrien Bloomingdale, Il Jul.31.2007 | 12:29 pm mst I know this is probably hard for Bronco Fans to believe because I am a long time Raiders fan, but... I respected Little as one of the premier running backs of his era. He belongs on the HOF!!
Lorraine Pearson Golden, CO Jun.27.2007 | 2:08 pm mst As a Colorado native and a Bronco fan, of course I believe that Mr. Little deserves this honor. His style is a lost art...
Steven Teich, M.D. New York, NY Jun.26.2007 | 9:22 pm mst A great and durable running back whose consistency and achievements have been overlooked. He is certainly worthy of admission to the HOF
Steve Nathan Fayetteville, NY May.12.2007 | 9:25 am mst A truly great player and a gentleman on and off the field. He should be in the HOF!
Clifford Teich, M.D. Bloomingburg, N.Y. Apr.26.2007 | 5:58 pm mst A true gentleman--on and off the field. Mr. Little must come up BIG in the HOF. It would be a sin not to have him elected. He has my full support. He is a legend.
Jim Engelhaupt Charlotte, NC Apr.24.2007 | 5:14 pm mst I have known Floyd since 1965. In 1966, a couple other players and I (none of us played a down that year) "got in hot water with Coach". Floyd heard our side of the story and stood up to Ben for us. We retained our scholarships thanks to him.
I have my degree, thanks to Floyd, who did not have to do what he did at that time. I have never forgotten his help / generosity that year and thank him again.
Floyd has always done things he didn't have to do "to better us all". This is the type of person who deserves to be "Enshrined".
kpr / firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Sylvain Denver, Colorado Apr.12.2007 | 1:32 pm mst Why is this even a question? What Floyd has done for the Broncos, the early NFL and the early AFL is well documented. ANYONE whose ever seen Floyd Little play can see clearly what he meant to this game. This should have happened a long time ago. Denver isn't some regional market team anymore and on that alone you should recognize players for the Broncos that have been there back when this team essentially played from a rodeo stables. Doesn't love of the game carry any value?
Gian Marcantonio Boulder, Colorado Apr.06.2007 | 2:07 pm mst Floyd Little was one of the best ever and deserves to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Had he played for a team in the East, he would have been in the Hall many years ago. Do it now.
Kandy P. Burlington, CO Apr.06.2007 | 1:56 pm mst Floyd Little should have been in the Hall of Fame long ago. His accomplishments speak for themselves. I remember hearing his name as I grew up in Iowa being a Bronco fan. Elect Floyd Little!
Matthew Young chula vista, CA Mar.25.2007 | 11:31 am mst Mr. Little is long over due for this recognition.
RICK CASSATA TONAWANDA, NEW YORK Mar.22.2007 | 4:07 pm mst FLOYD\'S FOOTBALL ACHIEVEMENTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. HE\'S ALREADY IN MY HALL OF FAME
Crystal Smith Marion, AR Mar.18.2007 | 8:18 am mst
Randy Ramsey Garland, Texas Mar.18.2007 | 12:29 am mst I met Floyd in the early 70's. He is a very humble and gracious man. He is as great a man off the field as he was as a player on it. He definitely deserves Hall of Fame honors.
Patrick Scoggin, Endzone Sports Pueblo, CO Mar.16.2007 | 2:54 pm mst Though his on-the-field reign ended some 30 years ago, Floyd still has fans in Bronco County! His career was deserving of HOF induction (which is now long overdue).
Jeff Gollub Saratoga Springs, New York Mar.14.2007 | 3:10 pm mst
Eric Mai Norman, Oklahoma Mar.13.2007 | 11:06 pm mst Come on!
Dimitri \ Reseda, California Mar.13.2007 | 9:09 am mst Lets hope the HOF gets it right.... for a change
Cary Thompson Aspen, CO Mar.13.2007 | 7:52 am mst A bit overdue, let's get you in their now!
David Germane Erie, Colorado Mar.12.2007 | 8:36 am mst
Brian Vadnais Heights, MN Mar.11.2007 | 6:36 pm mst
Ronnie Los Angeles, California Mar.11.2007 | 3:16 pm mst No question...
Kyle Taylor Deerfield Beach, Florida Mar.11.2007 | 3:14 pm mst
Charlie Glasgow, Scotland Mar.10.2007 | 11:31 am mst should have been there years ago the hall of fame's snubbing of the broncos needs sorting out
Matt Marrone Colorado Springs, CO Mar.09.2007 | 3:27 pm mst The HOF hates Denver, I don't know why but it needs to change.
Brian Jamison Lakewood, Colorado Mar.09.2007 | 11:36 am mst Time to stop ignoring the Broncos, Little needs to be there.
Gregory Luke Eagle Rock, CA Mar.09.2007 | 11:21 am mst It is long past time.
Andrew Amodio Leesburg, Virginia Mar.09.2007 | 5:41 am mst It's unreal that Floyd isn't in the Hall yet....make it right this year!!!
Mark Hopeman Minneapolis, MN Mar.09.2007 | 12:49 am mst Mr. Little has the stats, name, character and ability. No question he should be in the HOFepb
Jeff Moore Aurora, Coloraod Mar.08.2007 | 9:44 pm mst Get him in there!
Jon Merendino Rancho Cucamonga, CA Mar.08.2007 | 4:17 pm mst Its amazing how he is over looked! Do the right thing and vote this great person/running back in!
Dennis Rendon Denver, CO Mar.08.2007 | 1:07 pm mst His not being included already is a freakin' travesty...
Greg Johnson Mar.08.2007 | 12:51 pm mst An obvious oversight of the HOF committe is that one of the most successful franchises only has one member!
Eric Hawbaker Mar.08.2007 | 12:01 pm mst
Layne Conaway El Reno, OK Mar.08.2007 | 11:48 am mst "The Franchise" is a no-brainer. The Hall is not complete without Floyd Little.
Eric Cardona Las Cruces, NM Mar.08.2007 | 9:03 am mst
Anthony Howard Mar.08.2007 | 6:02 am mst This is long overdue.
Floyd is long deserving.
Jim Jeckewicz Las Vegas, NV Mar.07.2007 | 9:44 pm mst The Broncos franchise struggled in the early days. So badly, there was talk of moving the team to Atlanta or Birmingham. More than anything else, it was the heroics of Floyd Douglas Little that kept the Broncos in Denver. Every Bronco fans owes him a debt of gratitude.
Eric Jones Fort Collins, Colorado Mar.07.2007 | 8:48 pm mst Get Floyd in the HALL OF FAME!
Joey Bures Tyndall, South Dakota Mar.07.2007 | 8:07 pm mst I will boycot the NFL Hall of Fame until Floyd Little is enshrined, such a travesty!
Eric Baisley Westbrookville, New York Mar.07.2007 | 7:15 pm mst I just wanna say best of luck and if anyone deserves it you do. I also love the book you signed and some of the things you and your old team mates did to eachother. It was hilarious. Again Best Of Luck!
Robert Predmore Port Jervis, New York Mar.07.2007 | 7:07 pm mst Your hard work and dedication to this great game shall' not be overlooked.Good Luck Floyd, and on to the Hall of Fame for #44.
Kevin Adkins Middletown, New York Mar.07.2007 | 4:22 pm mst Thank you for the autographed book. I enjoyed it very much. Go Floyd!!!
Nancy Adkins Middletown, New York Mar.07.2007 | 4:20 pm mst You deserve it !!!! Go Floyd !!!!!
FRANK PARRISH LANDENBERG, PA Mar.07.2007 | 1:06 pm mst The Hall of Fame needs players like Floyd....as a former SU teammate,I know he was always humble, approachable and a wonderful role model for younger kids...a true sportsman, he never danced in the end-zone or taunted his rivals..oh yes, the Hall of Fame needs this man..the greatest bow-legged runner in history !!
Don McPherson North Bellmore, New York Mar.07.2007 | 8:19 am mst Floyd is one of the few football heroes of my childhood who was more impressive when I met him in person. He is a true ambassador of the game and a major reason why the game is so successful today!
Jonathan Hough Aurora, Colorado Mar.07.2007 | 7:32 am mst
Craig Bingham Pittsburgh, PA Mar.06.2007 | 5:43 pm mst
Brian Lawrence The Hills O', NY Mar.06.2007 | 5:25 pm mst
Mike Halstead Jr. Walton, New York Mar.06.2007 | 5:16 pm mst Thank You for the autographed book. I really enjoy looking at it.
Mike Halstead Walton, New York Mar.06.2007 | 5:15 pm mst
Bill Wosilius Little Falls, N.J. Mar.06.2007 | 5:06 pm mst Floyd was my teammate, captain and friend as well respected athlete at Syracuse and the pro's. His contributions to pro football and the Denver Broncos as well as his involvement in the Denver community are worthy of his inclusion into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. I can't think of any person that deserves this honor more than Floyd. Anyone who has ever had the privilege of playing with Floyd Little has become a better individual as a result of this interaction. It is truly a shame that the people responsible for his nomination and induction have not acknowledged his statistics and contributions to the game.
Dale McIntosh Pine Bush, ny Mar.06.2007 | 4:46 pm mst
Tom Felock Salisbury, nc Mar.06.2007 | 4:00 pm mst Unfortunately, I never had the opportunity to meet Floyd Little. However after reading his biography and talking to his great friend, Joe Radivoy, I have no doubt that he is more than deserving to be a part of the Hall of Fame. He epitomizes what a true Hall of Famer should be....a hero and idol to some and a great friend to others. I would want my children to honor such an athlete. Let's honor him the right way.....vote him in!!!!
Yul M.Brown McDonough, GA Mar.06.2007 | 3:01 pm mst Floyd,
you are great man. If any deserves it,you do!!! Take care and Best Wishes.
Ryan Grosso 33 4th st./Godeffroy, N.Y. Mar.06.2007 | 1:33 pm mst Good Luck Floyd #44 From Ryan #72 Port Jervis N.Y. H.S.2006
Guy T Grosso Jr. 33 4TH Street /Godeffroy, New York Mar.06.2007 | 1:25 pm mst Good Luck Flyod Litte I am a Friend of a fellow team player of yours Joe Radavioy. an own your book. In which I Had, Had Joes& Your name signed in it Thanks !!!!
Larry McDowell Jr Goshen, NY Mar.06.2007 | 1:19 pm mst
KARL LOMBEL Wayne, PA Mar.06.2007 | 11:58 am mst Floyd Little spoke at my football banquet when I was sophomore in HS & left quite an impression! Two years later I was offered a football scholarship by his coach, legendary Ben Schwartzwalder. It was an homor to attend the same University as this gentleman1
Dugald Gillies Arlington, Virginia Mar.06.2007 | 11:46 am mst A great player -- college and pro -- and a great person. He is most deserving of this honor.
Nick MF, NY Mar.06.2007 | 11:05 am mst Floyd belongs in the hall...just do it
Noah Abrahamson Marion, IA Mar.06.2007 | 11:01 am mst
Darrell S. Elliott Denver, Colorado Mar.06.2007 | 10:44 am mst Mr. Little's addtion to the Football Hall of Fame is long passed do. Let's get him in.
Scott Montgomery, NY Mar.06.2007 | 9:56 am mst You deserve it
Tom Myers Houston, Texas Mar.06.2007 | 9:14 am mst A strong case can be made that Floyd Little might have been the greatest college football player ever. He continued that excellence in the NFL with the Broncos and was a role model for the way a successful man should help his community and his fellow man. As an alumnus of both Syracuse and the NFL I think that his omission from the Hall for this long is a travesty and needs to be corrected immediately.
George Bodine New York, NY Mar.06.2007 | 7:53 am mst
eric wade bowie, maryland Mar.06.2007 | 7:38 am mst His stats alone are the reason he belongs in. But if you add the "intangibles" he brought to a team and to those around him in life, there is no excuse for him not being in the Hall.
Mary Baltimore, MD Mar.06.2007 | 7:34 am mst
Danny Heumann Ann Arbor, Michigan Mar.06.2007 | 7:29 am mst This past Homecoming Weekend at Syracuse University,I met Floyd Little. I'm a paraplegic who uses a wheelchair. I drove with Floyd and his wife after a dinner reception. He helped me in and out of the car. He didn't help me because he had to. He truly wanted to. Furthermore, from the few moments we spent together, I will always remember how he cared about my comfort. He is a tremendous human being who would be a great addition to the Hall of Fame. I hope the voters finally do the right thing.
Keith Smith Arlington, VA Mar.06.2007 | 7:24 am mst Floyd Little is someone who truly deserves to be in the hall of fame.
Tod Fairfax Station, Va Mar.06.2007 | 7:03 am mst
Keith Smith Arlington, VA Mar.06.2007 | 6:43 am mst Floyd Little is someone who truly deserves to be in the hall of fame.
gary fredericks attica, ny Mar.06.2007 | 6:27 am mst if the nfl hall of fame inducts great football players great people and class acts , Floyd Little should have been in long ago
Nate Duehr Centennial, Colorado Mar.05.2007 | 9:22 pm mst Any player with the mix of humility, strength of character and talent as Floyd Little is an inspiration to us all and he should have been honored in the Hall of Fame long ago. Fix the problem, voting members.
Tom Goyette Crownsville, MD Mar.05.2007 | 7:13 pm mst
Jim Brandenberger Palmer Lake, CO Mar.05.2007 | 6:25 pm mst
David J.Cox Loveland, CO Mar.05.2007 | 5:56 pm mst He's earned it!
Roxi Allen Eaton, Colorado Mar.05.2007 | 5:46 pm mst Floyd Little should have been inducted into the Hall of Fame many years ago!
Dick Murphy Syracuse, New York Mar.05.2007 | 4:37 pm mst Floyd was a gentleman as a freshman at Syracuse in 1963 and he is the same gentleman in 2007. The NFL experience served to deepen his already deep character. At a time when America yearns for heroes, the NFL has a true American hero on their rolls. Floyd will make the NFL proud to claim him in the "Hall" and be their very best model of what America's youth needs to follow. Floyd was really great on the NFL football field but he really scored in life!
Bill Zanieski Weirton, WV Mar.05.2007 | 4:05 pm mst
C. William Mauro Perez Lakewood, Colorado Mar.05.2007 | 3:38 pm mst Without Floyd, Denver would have lost their franchise. Simple as that. He was the only real weapon on a struggling offense before the hashes were moved in. So, in essence you could focus on one player and take away half the field. If that's not Hall of Fame caliber then I don't know what is.
Dennis Fitzgibbons Glastonbury, CT Mar.05.2007 | 3:36 pm mst
Ron Miller Sequim, WA Mar.05.2007 | 2:57 pm mst Floyd Little is WAY overdue in the HOF, as is Randy Gradishar!!!!
Mike Taylor Fort Collins, Colorado Mar.05.2007 | 2:54 pm mst I agree with David Lieuallen of Eaton.
David Lieuallen Eaton, CO Mar.05.2007 | 2:09 pm mst Floyd deserves to be in the Hall and so does Randy Gradishar and Gary Zimmerman. Please stop snubbing the Broncos!
Jon Rees Evans, CO Mar.05.2007 | 2:06 pm mst Go Broncos!
P. Lieuallen Eaton, CO Mar.05.2007 | 1:56 pm mst
Patti Boyer Evans, CO Mar.05.2007 | 12:07 pm mst
LaRue Flook Naples, Florida Mar.05.2007 | 11:16 am mst
David L. Perko concord, nc Mar.05.2007 | 9:34 am mst "The man" Floyd Little was "The man" for years its time someone outside of the Denver area noticed.
MIKE CRAWFORD SUMNER, WA Mar.05.2007 | 8:42 am mst
James Sessions Austin , Texas Mar.05.2007 | 8:28 am mst
Jack Roulier Nashville, TN Mar.05.2007 | 8:28 am mst Floyd Little belongs in the Hall of Fame, it is a disgrace that he is not a member.
C Peregrine London, UK Mar.05.2007 | 8:09 am mst I'm signing here to prove Little has worldwide recognition! Its a travesty that he isn't in the hall...
DL Harris Greeley, Colorado Mar.05.2007 | 7:57 am mst Any player who put up yards on those bowed legs should be given automatic HOF entry. His final game was written like a Hollywood script. Floyd took it to the house but can't get in the Hall. The voting members should be ashamed of themselves.
Fred Driggs Santa Barbara, California Mar.05.2007 | 7:47 am mst Floyd should have been in the HOF long ago!
He was as good as Jim Brown!
Pete Kosanovich Buffalo, NY Mar.05.2007 | 7:33 am mst Floyd is certainly deserving of the honor!
Steve Hobbs Littleton,, Colorado Mar.05.2007 | 7:30 am mst The AFL only survived because of guys like Floyd. Without the AFL, the NFL would still be a second rate sport in the US.
Bill Menzel Cypress, California Mar.05.2007 | 7:29 am mst I went to Syrauce University the sametime Floyd Little did and saw all his games, especially remembering what he did against Kansas (Gale Sayers). He brought that greatest to the NFL.
Gene Stancin Little Valley, NY Mar.05.2007 | 7:28 am mst
Ed Nowicki Grand Island, New York Mar.05.2007 | 7:14 am mst If 10% of today's NFL "Stars" had the dignity, class,and attitude, not to mention the career statistics & longevity that Floyd Little posesess there would be no need to worry about the image of the NFL. No drugs, no guns, no rap sheet, no BS. Just one damn good human being, who happened to be the best running back of his era. Know anyone else that was a 3 time ALL-American running back in college, when freshmen couldn't play on the varsity ?
Joshua Paul Woodbridge, Virginia Mar.05.2007 | 7:12 am mst Floyd deserves the HOF
Trevin Doyle Brookfield, Illinois Mar.05.2007 | 7:05 am mst
Catharine Andry Los Angeles, CA Mar.05.2007 | 6:56 am mst When I was young, everyone in Denver loved Floyd Little. He gave the city something to be proud of.
Scott Searcy Honolulu, Hi\awaii Mar.05.2007 | 6:34 am mst The hall of fame is joke. Unless youplay for americas team you have no chance in getting in. Lettle should have been there long ago.
Joe Ansay Centennial, CO Mar.05.2007 | 6:27 am mst Floyd not only single handedly built the Broncos into what they later became, but was as dominant a player in the NFL during his playing days. It's a disgrace the voters have shunned him for all these years.
John Bena Cleveland, OH Mar.05.2007 | 6:24 am mst The only thing more embarrassing than the Broncos having only one player in the Hall of Fame is the utter disgrace at Little's ommission. The guy was a dominant player. I live an hour away from the Hall and refuse to go until Little has been recognized.
Brian Lovell Long Island, New York Mar.05.2007 | 6:22 am mst Floyd gave the Broncos their national recorgnition, and was the most versatile weapon of his era of the late 60's and 70's. Floyd led his league or Conference in Rushing on several occasions, was a great Receiver, and was a dangerous Kickoff and Punt Return Man as well. No other player in his era did it all like Floyd.
The exclusion of Floyd Little and Randy Gradishar from the Hall of Fame is a farcical disgrace.
Jeff Clark Coudersport, Pennsylvania Mar.05.2007 | 6:19 am mst Floyd Little put the Broncos on the map. He is more than deserving of the HOF. Come on, voters-get over your anti-Denver bias and correct this oversight.
Chris Albuquerque, New Mexico Mar.05.2007 | 6:13 am mst Floyd Little was John Elway before there was a John Elway. That should tell you all the reasons you need to know why he should be in the Hall of Fame.
Pat killorin Baldwinsville, New York Mar.05.2007 | 6:06 am mst Floyd not only displayed AllPro football standards at Denver at a time when an icon was needed to help develop the NFL,but he also was an All star as a representative of the NFL with the public in his support for charitable organizations and the general public's needs during his time as a Bronco. His fans certainly hope the committee will consider all of this in the decision making process.
Geoff Wiersma Zeeland, MI Mar.05.2007 | 5:09 am mst
Jim Watson North Wales, PA Mar.05.2007 | 4:18 am mst The media and the fans gave Floyd Little the name, "The Franchise." That should give the folks in Canton some indication of his impact in saving the Broncos organization. He was Denver's lone Super Star for many, many years.
Herb Stecker Saylorsburg, Pa. 18353 Mar.05.2007 | 2:38 am mst I have never met a better person or a greater football player. What a great honor to have roomed with him for four years at Syracuse. He is so deserving to be inducted into the Football Hall of Fame
David Casmay Stewartsville, New Jersey Mar.04.2007 | 10:57 pm mst A "BIG" man in a "LITTLE" body. His rushing statistics are only the tip of the iceberg. Behind them is a great human being.
Richard Wentland Cottage Grove, Or Mar.04.2007 | 8:27 pm mst Orange and blue, through and through. Floyd is a BIG part of Broncos history. Dont overlook his contribution to the NFL. Its the NFL hall, He deserves it...
Patrick ONeal Huntingtown, MD Mar.04.2007 | 6:20 pm mst Floyd Little was an all star running back and the fact that there is only one Bronco in the hall of fame is an outrage. Floyd dominated the field of play, and everyone who does HOF balloting needs to realize this and put this man where he belongs.
Rich Johnson Toledo, Ohio Mar.04.2007 | 5:53 pm mst 5 Super Bowl Appearances
2 Super Bowl Victories
1 Hall of Famer
What is wrong with this picture?
Floyd Little #44 forever.
Jim Shields NOLA, LA Mar.04.2007 | 4:58 pm mst If Floyd would have gone on and played for any NFL team on a coast...we wouldn't even be having this conversation. He would already be in the Hall.
'The Franchise' exemplifies what the Hall of Fame should be about (and often times isn't) both on the field and off it.
Tim Knuton bartlesville, OK Mar.04.2007 | 3:02 pm mst Its a joke he's not in.
Michael Esquivel Thornton, Colorado Mar.04.2007 | 2:16 pm mst Floyd is SOOOOOOOOOOO overdue for the proper recognition he so richly deserves -- as a player and as a MAN!!! Hopefully, HOF Voters get a clue about both Floyd and Randy Gradishar ASAP!
Steve Fesch aka Meck77 Steamboat Springs , Co Mar.04.2007 | 1:54 pm mst It's a no brainer he should be in.
Alex Tijuana , BCN, MX Mar.04.2007 | 1:54 pm mst
jeff leopold scottsdale, az Mar.04.2007 | 1:10 pm mst Floyd was the broncos of the late sixties.
Without him the franchise might have moved or folded !
No running back did more with such a limited supporting cast !
His numbers at retirement were among the top 10 of all time, his exclusion is a travesty of honor !
The HOF is diminished by his absense.
Eric Denver, Colorado Mar.04.2007 | 1:10 pm mst
Sean McFadden Boulder, Co Mar.04.2007 | 12:58 pm mst
Matt Hayes Bakersfield, CA Mar.04.2007 | 12:44 pm mst
Mike Mason Coconut Grove, FL Mar.04.2007 | 12:40 pm mst What's amazing to me when I think of FL is that he was a 25 year old rookie starting his career on a last-place AFL team. He was the Broncos only star for several years. He did everything including getting beat up on special teams, returning kicks long into his 30s. And somehow he retired as the 7th all-time rusher in NFL history. How is that possible? How is he not in the HOF!!!
Greg Tadtman, Kansas Mar.04.2007 | 12:06 pm mst Floyd Little helped shape the Denver Broncos in a way nobody else has...except for Elway. Little belongs in the Hall alongside Elway.
Greg Tadtman, Kansas Mar.04.2007 | 12:05 pm mst Floyd Little helped shape the Denver Broncos in a way nobody else has...except for Elway. Little belongs in the Hall alongside Elway.
Brandon Eckman Factoryville, PA Mar.04.2007 | 11:51 am mst Floyd Little belongs in the Hall of Fame. It is a shame he isn't in already.
Mary E. Shy Lamar, CO Mar.04.2007 | 11:44 am mst I have watched the Broncos play since I was little and of all the teams and all the players Floyd Little is still and will always be my favorite. My Mother who passes away 4 years ago also felt he was there best player ever. Good Luck and Best wishes
Randy Rickert Sharon, PA Mar.04.2007 | 10:07 am mst Good Luck. Entry would be well deserved.
reed jayne san mateo,california, california Mar.04.2007 | 10:06 am mst one of the most under apperciated football players ever.
Nick Cyr Tehachapi, CA Mar.04.2007 | 10:00 am mst
Troy Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Mar.04.2007 | 9:39 am mst hes a legend n deserves the HOF
Terry R. Saturno Westbrookville, NY Mar.04.2007 | 8:32 am mst
Ron Goldberg Centralia, Washington Mar.04.2007 | 5:05 am mst It's time for the Veteran Selection Committee to wake up and realize that Floyd Little deserves their nomination. A great player and an even better person, get Floyd in the HOF!!!
Tom Sakowski Syracuse , New York Mar.03.2007 | 9:04 pm mst Floyd was a great star in college and transfered his greatness to the pros. He derserves to be recognized by his fans and peers.
Blythe Lundstrom Wilmington, Delaware Mar.03.2007 | 5:56 pm mst My brother grew up a huge Broncos fan. When I asked him why he liked the Broncos he'd say, "Because of Floyd Little. He's the greatest person and greatest running back, but no one knows it because he plays for Denver and they're not very good." The more I read and heard about Floyd, the more our family cheered for the Broncos. Because of Floyd and my brother's love of the Broncos, we named our son Denver!
Diana Sibayan Denver, Colorado Mar.03.2007 | 5:11 pm mst He is the reason I am a Bronco fan!
Gary Thomas Dallas, Texas Mar.03.2007 | 5:01 pm mst I saw lots of HOF backs from Floyd's era . . . Csonka, Simpson, Leroy Kelly, and 44 was as good as any of 'em. Even though he was 5-10 and weighe next to nothin, he was a tough, inside-outside runner with some Barry Sanders moves long before he came around. But the thing I remember most was he never quit. Even when the entire defense knew he was getting the ball, Floyd found someway to get that first down or extra yard.
Scott Phoenix, AZ Mar.03.2007 | 4:28 pm mst HOF is a joke, how is Floyd not in!!!!
Ryan Broomfield, CO Mar.03.2007 | 4:15 pm mst Its a shame that Little and Gradishar are not in the HOF...Both deserve it.
Connor Rosine Calgary, Alberta Mar.03.2007 | 1:54 pm mst Not the only HOF injustice, but certainly the biggest.
MIke Church Lakewood, Colorado Mar.03.2007 | 1:33 pm mst
Steven Henricksen Bartlett, IL Mar.03.2007 | 1:02 pm mst I became a Bronco's fan for life because of Floyd. It is a shame that all of the RB's that retired with in the top 7 slots of total yards were all inducted, ALL EXCEPT FLOYD. Had Floyd gone to the Jets in the draft before Lou Saban decided to build a FRANCHISE around him Floyd may already be in by now. Floyd was electric returning Punts as well as running the ball. His rushing yards would have been even more had he not split time with the FB as was custom in those days & had he benifited from the hash mark move earlier in his career.
Floyd also was a model individual OFF The field unlike current inductee-elect's.
VOTE FLOYD IN!
Ted Schmidt Philadelphia, PA Mar.03.2007 | 12:30 pm mst
Bruce Lakes Fremont, CA Mar.03.2007 | 12:19 pm mst Floyd was awesome. I met him when I was young. He was very kind to me.
Thomas Kane Maitland, Florida Mar.03.2007 | 12:13 pm mst
Randy Shy Tucson, Arizona Mar.03.2007 | 11:35 am mst I never got to watch him play, but growing up in Colorado my grandparents and mother used to talk about him all the time, he is their favorite Broncos player. I think his stats alone get him into the Hall of Fame, but he also was the first superstar in Denver, and it is time for the rest of the nation to realize how great some of these past Broncos were! GO BRONCOS!
Derek Koelmel lakewood, colo Mar.03.2007 | 11:17 am mst Floyd should have been in along time ago! dammit! the good old boys club in canton are a joke keeping out guys like floyd and letting in morons like michael irvin.
Brian Pelzer Estherville, Iowa Mar.03.2007 | 11:08 am mst even tho he came before my time, there has been a travesty in the HOF for decades. Denver goes to the SB 6 times and several championship games and we have only Elway to hang out hat on when the cretin Irvin gets in? Duh De Duhhh...They will probably make Sharpe wait too.
Phil Averett Clemmons , North Carolina Mar.03.2007 | 10:55 am mst The Cowboys had their Roger Staubachs and Bob Lillys, the Steelers their Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris and Mean Joe Greenes. In Denver we had Floyd Little. The Franchise was as good as any player of that era, and the most complete back I ever saw. Floyd should have been a slam-dunk HOFer a long time ago. He's long overdue.
JT Hoffman Dubois, Wyoming Mar.03.2007 | 10:43 am mst Thanks to Floyd Little for doing so much for our favorite team. Without Little in the HOF it is nothing but a joke.
Joseph Griego Mar.03.2007 | 8:53 am mst The original "franchise" player before Elway. Floyd Little saved the Denver Broncos from extinction and was a premier back during the days of the original AFL. Long over due for recognition by the HOF.
Paul D. Bell Lexington, KY Mar.03.2007 | 8:03 am mst Floyd Little - was a great great football player. Even more so he is a pillar of our society and is a strong example for boys and men to follow.
Gregg Marvel West Chester, PA Mar.03.2007 | 6:56 am mst I grew up a Raiders fan in the 1970s. But the one guy we always had to worry about was Floyd Little. I just remember there wasn't anything the guy couldn't do. He'd run all over us. Catch the ball over the middle and elude the likes of Jack Tatum. Return punts and kickoffs (how many guys do that now!) and he even threw a TD pass against us. We usually beat the Broncos because Floyd was all they had. But, boy, we had our hands full every time because of #44.
Tom Mackie Princeton, NJ Mar.03.2007 | 6:01 am mst If there was no Floyd Little, the Denver Broncos would have become the Chicago Broncos or Birmingham Broncos in 1967. As the first #1 to ever sign with the Broncos his impact on and off the field have made the Broncos the marquee franchise it is today. As someone who retired as the 7th all-time rusher, despite playing on a string of poor teams, Floyd is a true legend of the game. I had the privilege to co-write "Floyd Little's Tales from the Broncos Sidelines" with him and he is truly an uncommon man.
Wayne Mackey Denton, Texas Mar.03.2007 | 5:44 am mst
Lloyd Jackson Bayville, New Jersey Mar.03.2007 | 5:38 am mst Not only was Floyd Little a Hall of Famer on the field, with the stats to securely back that up, he is also a Hall of Famer in life. Having met him through my Uncle, Joe Radivoy who played with Floyd at Syracuse, at the #44 retirement game at SU, I can attest to this man's humbleness, graciousness and humility. He made time for everyone and the storeies of what he has done for every community he has been a part of are never ending. Bring this travesty to an end. ELECT FLOYD LITTLE TO THE HALL...there couldn't be a more deserving candidate!!
STEVEN EWING ATLANTA, GEORGIA Mar.03.2007 | 5:36 am mst I KNOW FLOYD AS MY FRIEND AND AS "JUST A GREAT MAN" HUMBLE YET CONFIDENT FLOYD LITTLE HAS INSPIRED PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD AND LIVE HIS LIFE AFTER FOOTBALL "AS A WINNER" REGARDLESS OF FAME! THIS IS A "NO BRAINER"
Ray Hogan New York Mar.03.2007 | 4:48 am mst I'm never going back to the Hall Of Fame again until they put Floyd Little in there. He more than deserves it.
James Casey O'Brien Seattle, WA Mar.03.2007 | 3:58 am mst Little was literally "The Franchise." As the late Lamar Hunt said, the Broncos would've left Denver in the late 60s if not for Floyd Little. The entire game of football is better for the Broncos, and Floyd Little.
Mimi Gumina Bloomingburg, New York Mar.02.2007 | 5:12 pm mst After having met Floyd and after hearing from others about his many contributions to football and society in general, I would like to add my support to this worthwhile effort.
Joe Radivoy Bloomingburg, New York Mar.02.2007 | 4:27 pm mst If anyone deserves to be in the HOF you do. Your time will come. We will do whatever we can to help.
June Pagdilao LAHAINA, Hawaii Mar.02.2007 | 3:53 pm mst
Before Elway and Davis, there was the "Franchise" Floyd Little. It is about time that this gifted talented Mr. Little be put into the NFL Hall a Fame.
Connie Little Las vegas, Nevada Mar.02.2007 | 3:39 pm mst Uncle Floyd Should have been in the hall of fame a loooong time ago!! 44 Rocks!! =)
Roberto Marcantonio Broomfield, Colorado Dec.19.2006 | 2:56 pm mst Floyd: I may have never seen you play, but what you accomplished on the field is no fluke! All of us Broncos fans and football fans alike can agree that you only deserve what is long overdue -- enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Can't wait until that great day comes!