Morgan’s letter comes at a time when the lines for admission have begun to blur.

Corey Davis, WR, Tennessee Titans (39.6 percent): I’ve routinely highlighted Davis in this column, and I’ll admit that I’m a tinge nervous that he won’t develop into a weekly starter at any point this season … but I keep faith. Davis has talent that shows up on a weekly basis and is in what amounts to a starting role for Tennessee. He’s the kind of player I’d love to have as a bench consideration for now, unless/until he takes that step to a more consistent fantasy role.

Roseman at one point (age 35 in 2010) was the youngest GM in the NFL. He worked with owner Jeff Lurie to hire Chip Kelly as coach in 2013, and two years later, Kelly gained full control of football operations at Roseman’s expense.

Meanwhile, former Rams QB Case Keenum will remain in his comfort zone in Minnesota to make sure his current team scores enough points to win.

Recent inductees Mike Piazza and Jeff Bagwell were the subject of longstanding performance-enhancing drug rumors, and Jose Canseco wrote in his 2005 memoir “Juiced” that he personally injected former Texas Rangers teammate Ivan Rodriguez with steroids. Rodriguez made it to Cooperstown last year with 75 percent of the vote in his first appearance on the ballot.

Clemens and Bonds both gained considerable ground in the voting last year and are moving closer to the 75 percent plurality required for induction. Clemens received 54.1 percent of the vote, while Bonds was named on 53.8 percent of ballots a year ago. Both players still have five years left on the ballot.19

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