Derrick Thomas on College Football Hall of Fame Ballot for Fourth Straight Year

Could this be Derrick Thomas’ year? The former Alabama linebacker is back on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame. He’s one of three from Alabama along with center/linebacker Paul Crane and running back Bobby Humphrey. More »

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Check out our photo gallery with over 200 pictures of Derrick from his days at Alabama until his untimely death. More »

Derrick Thomas Joins Greatest in Shrine of Professional Football

When Kansas City Chiefs star linebacker Derrick Thomas died tragically on Feb. 8, 2000 — not long after a car accident that left him paralyzed — it stunned everyone close to him. It moved Chiefs President Carl Peterson to say “a light had gone out in Kansas City.” More »

 

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Welcome to my site dedicated to Derrick Thomas. DT has been my favorite player since the day he entered the NFL, and he remains so even after his untimely passing. A few years ago, I set out to make a small tribute page devoted to his career. Over time, the site has grown much bigger in size and has now evolved into what you see today. I hope that you enjoy this site as much as I enjoy putting it together! If you have the time, please sign my guestbook and/or e-mail me. I love to hear from other DT fans! I try to update this site on a regular basis so please check back often. Better yet, bookmark it! So please take your time browsing through this site, it’s sure to bring a tear to your eye. Thanks for stopping by!

Derrick Thomas: Hall of Fame Class of 2009
Enshrinement Speech Transcript l Enshrinement Video

Darrion Thomas, Carl Peterson

Darrion Thomas, left, son of former Kansas City Chiefs player Derrick Thomas, and presenter Carl Peterson, right, stand with a bronze bust of Darrion’s father during the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Saturday, Aug. 8, 2009, in Canton, Ohio.