CANTON, OH – Congratulations to the seven newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame – Jonathan Ogden, Cris Carter, Larry Allen, Curley Culp, Dave Robinson, Bill Parcells and Warren Sapp.
With the addition of these seven legends, the total members of the Hall of Fame sits at an even 280.
If you missed any of the speeches from the 50th enshrinement ceremony, you can listen to them here.
(Listen to Jonathan Ogden’s speech)
(Listen to Cris Carter’s speech)
(Listen to Warren Sapp’s speech)
(Listen to Larry Allen’s speech)
(Listen to Dave Robinson’s speech)
(Listen to Curley Culp’s speech)
(Listen to Bill Parcells’ speech)
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