WTF:R Hall of Fame
Welcome to the Hall of Fame for the World Tecmo Federation: Retro. Herein will reside the most prestigious players from WTF history.


1992 Inductees
Art Monk - WR
1980-1987 Tampa Bay Buccaneers; 1988-1992 Kansas City Chiefs
   Monk's career spanned 13 seasons, of which he eclipsed the 1k yard mark 8 times. Second all-time in receptions, fourth in yards and TD's.
James Wilder - RB
1981-1982 Atlanta Falcons; 1983-1984 Cleveland Browns; 1985-1988 Pittsburgh Steelers; 1989-1992 Oakland Raiders
   Wilder was one of the top RB's that RETRO has seen in it's 23 seasons. In the top 5 of just about every category, Wilder was a four time SB champ, three time MVP and five time All-Pro.


1991 Inductees
Joe Montana - QB
1979-1987 Washington Redskins; 1988-1991 Green Bay Packers
   1979-87 Redskins, 1988-91 GB Packers Second all time in TD's. First in passing yards. Won SB in '88 w/GB
Lester Hayes - DB
1977-1981 Cleveland Browns; 1982-1991 Green Bay Packers
   The greatest DB to ever see the field in WTF: Retro. Hayes led a stiff GB defense for ten years after coming over via trade from the Cleveland Browns. Hayes is the all-time INT and tackles leader by a wide margin.
E. J. Junior - LB
1981 Denver Broncos; 1982-1991 San Francisco 49ers
   EJ anchored the SF defense for ten seasons, garnering all-pro three times, but could have easily been an all-pro his final three seasons.


1990 Inductees
Ottis Anderson - RB
1979-1984 Kansas City Chiefs; 1985-1986 Detroit Lions; 1987-1990 Kansas City Chiefs
   


1989 Inductees
Terdell Middleton - RB
1977-1980 Detroit Lions; 1981-1989 Los Angeles Rams
   
Howard Carson - LB
1981-1986 Denver Broncos; 1987-1988 Pittsburgh Steelers; 1989 Minnesota Vikings
   
Mike Singletary - LB
1981-1983 Miami Dolphins; 1984-1988 New York Giants; 1989 Detroit Lions
   


1988 Inductees
Eddie Edwards - DL
1977-1982 Atlanta Falcons; 1983-1988 Cleveland Browns
   Oh Eddie... he helped the Browns claim back to back titles and accumulated 57 total sacks in his career with 3 All-pro selections.... you will be missed.... enjoy enshrinement
Beasley Reece - DB
1976-1988 San Diego Chargers
   


1987 Inductees
Gary Fencik - DB
1976-1987 Seattle Seahawks
   
Glenn Cameron - LB
1975-1987 Philadelphia Eagles
   
Wesley Walker - WR
1977-1987 New Orleans Saints
   
Tommy Kramer - QB
1977-1987 Los Angeles Rams
   


1986 Inductees
Otis Armstrong - RB
1973-1985 Dallas Cowboys; 1986 Oakland Raiders
   
Ron Jaworski - QB
1973 St. Louis Cardinals; 1974 Denver Broncos; 1975-1983 Cincinnati Bengals; 1984-1986 Detroit Lions
   
Matt Blair - LB
1974 St. Louis Cardinals; 1975 San Diego Chargers; 1976-1982 San Francisco 49ers; 1983-1986 Washington Redskins
   
Wendell Tyler - RB
1977-1986 San Diego Chargers
   
Donnie Shell - DB
1980-1986 Dallas Cowboys
   
Bob Horn - LB
1976-1979 Houston Oilers; 1980-1986 Indianapolis Colts
   


1985 Inductees
Randy White - DL
1975-1976 Denver Broncos; 1977-1985 Los Angeles Rams
   
Mike Webster - OL
1974-1979 New York Giants; 1980-1985 Cleveland Browns
   
Dave Gallagher - DL
1974 Miami Dolphins; 1975-1985 San Francisco 49ers
   
Mike Haynes - DB
1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers; 1977 Minnesota Vikings; 1978-1979 Indianapolis Colts; 1980-1983 Kansas City Chiefs; 1984-1985 Cleveland Browns
   
Dave Logan - WR
1976-1985 Philadelphia Eagles
   


1984 Inductees
Joe Ferguson - QB
1973-1974 Cleveland Browns; 1975-1984 Buffalo Bills
   
Carl Summerell - QB
1974 St. Louis Cardinals; 1975-1980 San Diego Chargers; 1981-1984 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
   
Gary Danielson - QB
1980-1983 Cleveland Browns; 1984 Kansas City Chiefs
   
Charlie Joiner - WR
1970-1979 New York Giants; 1980 Detroit Lions; 1981-1982 Washington Redskins; 1983-1984 New Orleans Saints
   
Kellen Winslow - TE
1979-1984 St. Louis Cardinals
   
Tom Jackson - LB
1973-1984 Philadelphia Eagles
   
Jack Youngblood - DL
1971-1974 San Diego Chargers; 1975-1977 Indianapolis Colts; 1978-1981 Minnesota Vikings; 1982-1983 Cleveland Browns; 1984 Kansas City Chiefs
   
George Martin - DL
1975-1984 Los Angeles Rams
   
Champ Henson - RB
1975-1984 Buffalo Bills
   


1983 Inductees
Harry Carson - LB
1976 Los Angeles Rams; 1977-1983 Denver Broncos
   
Charle Young - TE
1973-1974 Detroit Lions; 1975 Atlanta Falcons; 1976-1983 Washington Redskins
   
Solomon Freelon - OL
1972-1982 Dallas Cowboys; 1983 New York Giants
   
Marvin Powell - OL
1977-1983 San Diego Chargers
   


1982 Inductees
Altie Taylor - RB
1970 New Orleans Saints; 1971-1974 Buffalo Bills; 1975-1978 New York Giants; 1979-1982 Green Bay Packers
   
Mercury Morris - RB
1970 Washington Redskins; 1971-1978 Kansas City Chiefs; 1979 New York Giants; 1980 Denver Broncos; 1981-1993 New York Giants
   
Ken Riley - DB
1970-1972 Oakland Raiders; 1973-1980 Dallas Cowboys; 1981-1982 Green Bay Packers
   
Jack Lambert - LB
1974-1976 Minnesota Vikings; 1977-1978 Tampa Bay Buccaneers; 1979-1982 Los Angeles Rams
   
Terry Bradshaw - QB
1970-1975 Pittsburgh Steelers; 1976-1978 New York Giants; 1979-1982 New England Patriots
   
Walter Payton - RB
1975-1982 New England Patriots
   
Dave Hampton - RB
1970-1976 Los Angeles Rams; 1977-1982 New York Jets
   
Rich Caster - TE
1970 New York Jets; 1971 Atlanta Falcons; 1972-1982 New York Jets
   
John Riggins - RB
1971-1980 Pittsburgh Steelers; 1981-1982 San Francisco 49ers
   
John Hannah - OL
1973-1982 Los Angeles Rams
   


1981 Inductees
Greg Landry - QB
1970-1971 Philadelphia Eagles; 1972-1981 Dallas Cowboys
   
Reggie Mckenzie - OL
1972-1979 New York Giants; 1980-1981 Cleveland Browns
   


1980 Inductees
Oj Simpson - RB
1970-1971 Dallas Cowboys; 1972-1974 Cleveland Browns; 1975-1980 Buffalo Bills
   - Dallas Cowboys 1970-1971, Cleveland Browns 1972-1974, Buffalo Bills 1975-1980, 1970 Offensive Rookie of the Year, Offensive MVP 1970, 1978, 1980, WTFR All-Pro 1970-1975, 1978-1980, OJ Simpson helped lead the Buffalo Bills to the 1975 Retro Bowl Championship, holds the league record for most rushing yards in a season as the only player ever to eclipse the 3,000 yard mark, and "The Juice" retires as the league's all time rushing leader with 22,852 yards during his illustrious 11 year career.
Art Shell - OL
1970-1979 New York Giants; 1980 Cleveland Browns
   Art Shell was an anchor for the NY Giants outstanding offensive line for the decade of the 1970's helping them to win two WTF Retro Championships.
Curley Culp - DL
1970 New York Jets; 1971 Atlanta Falcons; 1972-1980 New York Jets
   WTF Retro All-Pro 1970-1975, Curley Culp retires as WTF Retro's all time Defensive Lineman leader in both sacks, with 68, and tackles, with 147.
Larry Little - OL
1970-1980 Oakland Raiders
   Larry Little spent his career as a Raider and was considered one of the best offensive linemen of the 1970's.
Marv Hubbard - RB
1970-1974 Miami Dolphins; 1975-1980 San Francisco 49ers
   
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1970-1989 New York Giants; 1990 Miami Dolphins
   Retro Commish from 1970 through 1980 and returning in 1982 for a couple seasons. The 1970s saw MRTECMOSUPERBOWL at the peak of his powers as a Retro league commissioner. MRTECMOSUPERBOWL is credited with making Retro into one of the most successful leagues ever. A two time Retro Bowl Champion 1977 & 1979 defeating Opus & Regulator.


1979 Inductees
Ted Hendricks - LB
1970-1979 New York Giants
   
Lem Barney - DB
1970 Cleveland Browns; 1971-1974 Chicago Bears; 1975-1976 Miami Dolphins; 1977-1979 New York Giants
   
Dan Dierdorf - OL
1971-1979 New York Giants
   
Willie Buchanon - DB
1972-1979 Kansas City Chiefs
   
Mean Joe green - DL
1970 Washington Redskins; 1971-1979 Kansas City Chiefs
   
Garo Yepremian - K
1970 Chicago Bears; 1971-1979 Houston Oilers
   


1978 Inductees
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1970 Chicago Bears; 1971-1978 Houston Oilers
   
Jim Hart - QB
1970 Chicago Bears; 1971-1976 Houston Oilers; 1977 Cleveland Browns
   
Gale Sayers - RB
1970-1976 Detroit Lions; 1977 Oakland Raiders
   
Pat Fischer - DB
1970-1974 San Diego Chargers; 1975-1977 Indianapolis Colts
   
Fred Bilentnikoff - WR
1970 Houston Oilers; 1971-1975 Green Bay Packers; 1976-1978 New Orleans Saints
   


1977 Inductees
Paul Krause - DB
1970 Atlanta Falcons; 1971 New England Patriots; 1972-1976 Detroit Lions
   
Fran Tarkenton - QB
1970 Houston Oilers; 1971-1975 Green Bay Packers; 1976 New Orleans Saints
   
Carl Lockhart - DB
1970-1971 Dallas Cowboys; 1972-1973 Cleveland Browns; 1974-1976 Washington Redskins
   


1976 Inductees
Roman Gabriel - QB
1970-1974 Los Angeles Rams
   
Lance Alworth - WR
1970-1974 Miami Dolphins
   
Roger Staubach - QB
1970-1974 Miami Dolphins; 1975 San Francisco 49ers
   
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