Published: Mon, August 06, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Ray Lewis, Randy Moss and Brian Urlacher highlight Hall of Fame class

Ray Lewis, Randy Moss and Brian Urlacher highlight Hall of Fame class

Owens, using the common theme "this is for you" while thanking his supporters, addressed about 3,000 family members, friends and fans inside McKenzie Arena.

In the end, Lewis had sweat through his gold jacket, and much like he left it all on the field every time he played the game, he did leave it all on the stage Saturday night in Canton, as did his six classmates also mostly trying to say thanks. "But I love me more". "She was always there for us and she made sure we knew that", said Urlacher. I knew I wanted to be a part of something. "I was not the biggest of guys growing up", he said.

"It's not because of how many times it took for me to be voted to the hall", said Owens, who got in on his third try - the same as Joe Namath, for example. "I didn't just compete to beat the other person, I competed to be my best".

"The two pillars of my life are family and football", said Urlacher who went on to thank his late mother for showing him the value of hard work. I just love competing, competition is in my DNA.

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Moss delivered an unbelievable speech.

"When I was in those depressive states, when I was thinking about suicide, it was because of your hand, your guidance, and your believing in me, helping me to go see somebody about the struggles that I was having, to allow me to be alive today". He'll be joined by senior National Football League insider Chris Mortensen and National Football League analyst and three-time Super Bowl champion Darren Woodson. Who will answer that knock on the door in the middle of the night?

Dawkins' speech bordered on dark in several spots as he was very open about his battles with depression, but he brought it home with grace in professing his confidence in a brighter tomorrow. Beathard is best known for helping build four Super Bowl teams, two as director of player personnel for the Miami Dolphins and two as general manager of the Washington Redskins.

Kramer also spent some time placekicking for Green Bay. Instead, the diva wide receiver had his gold jacket mailed to him and performed his acceptance speech almost 600 miles south of Canton, Ohio at his former college, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. "I have grown leaps and bounds because of the things that I have gone through". "Whether it's three years or 45 years, you should get what you've rightfully earned".

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