Shannon Sharpe was the greatest tight end who ever played when he retired in 2003 — yet he still hasn't made the Pro Football Hall of Fame, a curse that has excluded at least half a dozen worthy Denver Broncos. But we think that wait will come to an end in 2011, when Sharpe, who became the first tight end to catch for more than 10,000 yards and retired with more touchdowns (62) than any other player at that position, will be enshrined two years after becoming eligible. Why? That's how long the loquacious No. 84 spent playing for the Ravens before returning to the Mile High City.