Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft attend Hall of Fame ceremony for Randy Moss

Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft attend Hall of Fame ceremony for Randy Moss

Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft attend Hall of Fame ceremony for Randy Moss

"WE are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame", Moss exclaimed.

"There's been a lot of speculation and false reports as to why I chose not to be there [Canton]", Owens said, according to ESPN. By holding his own ceremony, Owens heard short speeches from five coaches, including three former position coaches, with James Kirksey and Ray Sherman from the NFL.

Owens thanked everyone from his late grandmother and mother to coaches from his high school days in Alexander City, Alabama, through his time at Chattanooga and into the NFL.

Although Owens probably would have heard some boos if he had given his speech in Canton, the people of Chattanooga proved to be the ideal audience for Owens, who went to college at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga from 1992 to 1995.

It's all starting to feel real for Brian Urlacher.

Urlacher also told the Bears players that he's excited about the 2018 season, saying: "I think you're going in the right direction".

"No. I would probably say Terrell Owens because I knew that if I went into an alley with this guy, this guy had my back".

Throughout his entire National Football League career, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens was never the ideal teammate.

Along with Lewis, Reed would join offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden as the third Baltimore draft pick in the Hall. "Someone that was always caring, kind-hearted", a resident said. "I have already reached out to you guys individually, and I expressed, and I will express it again, my utmost respect for each of you and for what we have accomplished".

With Minnesota, the receiver went on to develop into one of the most (if not the most) exciting players the franchise has ever seen.

Missing the Hall of Fame's other seven inductees and all the pageantry of Canton was no loss for Davis.

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