Top 8 moments of Randy Moss’ career with the Vikings

Arnold Nichols
August 5, 2018

Instead of speaking at the Hall of Fame festivities in Canton, Ohio, Owens celebrated his induction at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he played football and basketball and ran track. "It's about the mere fact that the sports writers are not in alignment with the mission and core values of the Hall of Fame".

Oh and T.O. also mentioned the seven other Hall of Fame inductees by name.

"I'm 28th (member of the Bears organization) going into the Hall of Fame", Urlacher said.

"What I wanted to be able to express with my tie is to let these families know that they're not alone", Moss said of his tie during an appearance on NFL Network.

"Kobe Bryant, thanks for showing me what passion and love for your craft looks like".

Owens teared up multiple times during his speech and got extremely emotional while talking about his mom, Marilyn Owens Heard, and his late grandma. "All y'all West Virginians who want to see this gold jacket meet me at the town center tomorrow at 4:30 [p.m.]".

"And then for [Urlacher] to just give a little talk to the guys, you don't get many of those".

"For whatever reason I think it probably had some reasons tied to Dallas as to why they didn't bring me back", Owens admitted.

Toward the end of his speech, Moss recognized all of the people that he saw on a daily basis throughout his 14-year National Football League career. Kept out of Canton for the first two years of his eligibility, one of the game's best ever receivers finally made it in this time around.

By the time that part of the speech ended, almost everyone in attendance was on their feet as you can see below.

"So, it would definitely be Terrell Owens".

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft surprised Randy Moss at his Hall of Fame induction this evening in Canton, Ohio.

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