Chat with Pat Summerall, Raymond Berry

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Berry won two titles with the Colts.
Welcome to The Show! On Wednesday, we'll have two special guests chatting when two hall of famers stop by.

Pro football Hall of Famer Raymond Berry and sportscaster Hall of Famer Pat Summerall will be by to celebrate the 50th anniversary of "The Greatest Game Ever Played" -- the 1958 NFL Championship Game. ESPN digitally restored and colorized the footage and will re-air the game Saturday, Dec. 13 at 9 p.m. ET.

The game was the first sudden death overtime game in NFL history. It was broadcast nationally on NBC and is widely used as the mark for the rise in popularity of the NFL. The Baltimore Colts ended up defeating the New York Giants 23-17.

Summerall spent 10 years in the NFL.
Berry was the star in the game, catching 12 passes for 178 yards and a TD. The 12 receptions still stands as a championship game record. He played in the NFL for 13 years, all with the Colts. He was a six-time Pro Bowl selection, made the NFL's 75th Anniversary team and had his No. 82 jersey retired by the Colts. After his career, he went on to coach the New England Patriots for six seasons, leading them to Super Bowl XX.

Summerall spent 10 years in the NFL as a placekicker, the last three with the Giants. During the 1958 season, he went 12 of 23 on field goals and 28 of 30 on PATs. Summerall made an even bigger name for himself in his post-playing days when he became a broadcaster. He spent 22 years in the booth with John Madden and he has covered 16 Super Bowls during his career.

Send your questions now and join Berry and Summerall Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET!

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