On Wednesday, the Pro Football Hall Of Fame announced that Curley Culp and Dave Robinson are its 2013 senior nominees.
Culp played for the Chiefs, Oilers and Lions during a lengthy and distinguished career as a defensive tackle. He was a one-time AFL All-Star and a five-time Pro Bowl selection. In 1975, he recorded 11.5 sacks while playing for the Oilers and was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year by the Newspaper Enterprise Association. He finished his career with 68 sacks.
Robinson, a linebacker out of Penn State, spent his pro career with the Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins. He made three Pro Bowls while a member of the Packers and helped that team win a pair of Super Bowl titles. Robinson intercepted 27 passes over the course of his career and is a member of the NFL's 1960s all-decade team.
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