If you're a Dallas Cowboys fan, Saturday is a day to celebrate. Bob Hayes will finally be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. The wide receiver changed the way the game is played. He was an Olympic sprinter, who became an outstanding wide receiver. His speed forced defenses to play zone coverage. Hayes' induction is long overdo. Hayes had some personal troubles after leaving football that may have delayed his entry to the Hall of Fame. Sadly, Hayes died in 2002. Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach will give Hayes' induction speech and Hayes' son, Bob Hayes Jr., will be on stage for the unveiling of his father's bust.