The NFL will announce the 2011 Hall of Fame class at 7:00 PM ET on Saturday.
The NFL announced 15 finalists for the Hall of Fame, with Marshall Faulk, Jerome Bettis, Curtis Martin, Deion Sanders, and Willie Roaf representing the first time eligible finalists.
NFL Network analyst Marshall Faulk was wishy-washy when asked about an ESPN report that he wants to be the next head coach of the Rams.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that Marshall Faulk "legitimately" wants a chance to be the Rams' next head coach.
Marshall Faulk officially handed in his retirement papers Tuesday.
Marshall Faulk has decided to retire.
Marshall Faulk is due a $225,000 roster bonus at the end of next week.
The Rams have made it clear they don't want Marshall Faulk as Steven Jackson's backup next season.
The Rams reportedly expect Marshall Faulk to retire.
Marshall Faulk told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he'd be interested in a front-office position with the Rams.
A source close to Marshall Faulk reportedly told MLive.com that Faulk is unlikely to resume his career in football.
Marshall Faulk reiterated his desire to return to the Rams, not another team, in an interview with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
MLive.com does not believe Marshall Faulk will be a Lion in 2007.
Marshall Faulk (injured reserve, knee surgeries) plans to force the Rams into releasing his rights after the season.