Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award

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The Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award, created in 1989 and named for the late longtime NFL commissioner, Pete Rozelle, is bestowed annually by the Pro Football Hall of Fame "for longtime exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football". Unlike the Baseball Hall of Fame's comparable Ford C. Frick Award, the Rozelle Award has occasionally been granted to broadcast executives and production people in addition to on-air personalities.

Rozelle Award recipients[1][edit]


  1. ^ "James Brown Named the 2016 Winner of Prestigious Pete Rozelle Radio-TV Award". Pro Football Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2017-01-09.

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