A player must be retired for 5 years before becoming eligible for election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
the player has to be retired for five years, before being eligible for Hall of Fame.
The only restriction to be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame is that a player and coach must have been retired at least five years before he can be considered. Emmitt Smith retired on Feb 3rd 2005. I believe he will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010.
As a player or coach (as of 2007) you have to be retired for five years before you are eligible for induction into the NFL Hall of Fame.
Five years. As an example, both Jerry Rice and Emmitt Smith retired after the 2004 season. The five seasons they waited before being eligible for election to the Hall were 2005-2009. Both are eligible beginning with the 2010 elections and, most certainly, both will be elected in 2010.
No. He is a retired basketball player.
I think it is Giggs
A player is eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame after being retired for five years.
Yes, every player is able to recieve the football.
AnswerYes Ronaldo has retired from soccer he retired from his team in Brazil and from soccer on Feb.14.2011