Top 8 moments of Randy Moss’ career with the Vikings

Tyler Owen
August 6, 2018

Babich revealed that he thought Urlacher was headed to the Hall of Fame "the first time I coached him on the practice field". "It's about the mere fact that the sportswriters are not in alignment with the mission and the core values of the Hall of Fame".

Terrell Owens had almost everyone in McKenzie Arena standing by the end of his Hall of Fame speech.

In addition to Bryant, he thanked family, friends and fans for their continued support. He said his mother lifted his spirits when he was bypassed by the Hall of Fame twice.

"I'm 28th (member of the Bears organization) going into the Hall of Fame", Urlacher said. "I wanted to take a stand so the next guy coming after me will not have to go through what I, and others, have gone through". "You were always a Hall of Famer to me.' But Momma, you are the real Hall of Famer".

Owens followed through on his pledge to snub the Hall of Fame's induction ceremony. "And so I grew a chip on my shoulder, but also what began to grow was anger in me, that I would lose control of once in a while". Don't get caught up where you are. "From the bottom of my heart, I know a lot of people out there and struggling".

"I can not forget my small, unincorporated community", he said.

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This first weekend of August, as they have every year since the Hall opened in 1963, the doors were opened to admit a class of the greatest players and contributors of all time - this group including OLB Robert Brazile, GM Bobby Beathard, OG Jerry Kramer, MLB Brian Urlacher, S Brian Dawkins, WR Randy Moss, MLB Ray Lewis and WR Terrell Owens.

Moss is bringing the celebration home to West Virginia.

Moss will be remembered as one of the greatest athletes in the history of the game and possibly the most dominant to play receiver.

Wide receiver Terrell Owens, the first player ever inducted to decline his invitation to the enshrinement ceremony, gave his own speech in Chattanooga, Tenn., earlier Saturday, at McKenzie Arena at his alma mater, Tennessee-Chattanooga. After Babich sat down, he heard Urlacher say the coach he called "Bullet Bob" was "like a father and a brother to me". "Think what we can do if we work together as a country ... teaching our nation to love each other again".

Dawkins was a first team All-Pro player five times and was named the Eagles' defensive MVP five times, but he didn't focus on his on-field accomplishments when he stepped to the podium Saturday.

The former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver boasts 14 seasons, six pro bowls, 15,292 receiving yards and 156 touchdowns.

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