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After all the tributes and tears, it was Snoop Dogg who tied a bow on things (no disrespect to Deion Sanders tying his do-rag around his bronze bust).
An emotional Deion Sanders discusses a memorable evening with the NFL Total Access crew.
What were the six most memorable moments from Saturday night’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony? Adam Rank has you covered in his Hall of Fame addition of “Pick Six.”
After Ed Sabol‘s inspirational video and Shannon Sharpe‘s powerful speech and selfless tribute to his older brother, it was Deion Sanders who stole the show with an poignant tribute to his mother.
Deion Sanders caps off a memorable night with a rousing speech and a moment that only “Prime” could create.
Michael Irvin and Steve Mariucci have already gone on record as saying that Deion Sanders was the best athlete they’ve seen grace the football field. Add Jerry Jones to that chorus.
As the rain gives way to some early-evening sunshine here in Fawcett Stadium, it occurs to me that Steve Young -– now and forever -– should pay for the dry cleaning of Deion Sanders‘ new gold blazer.
When you think of Deion Sanders, with what team do you most associate him?
In what would normally be a scene dominated by Rams and Bears fans — both teams have inductees in Marshall Faulk and Richard Dent and were scheduled to play the first preseason game here Sunday — the most represented fan-base appears to be Denver’s.
Walking into the press box here at Fawcett Stadium for Saturday’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony takes me back. The first time I was here, actually, there was no press box.
Deion Sanders calls in to “The Rich Eisen Podcast” to talk about his plans for his Hall of Fame enshrinement speech and the post-enshrinement performance he is planning with Snoop Dogg and Nelly.
A total of 31 players in the history of the NFL have intercepted at least 50 passes. But few have done more after the theft than the always-exciting Deion Sanders.
Coverage of Saturday’s Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony actually begins Monday with 12 hours of original programming on NFL Network – culminating, of course, with live coverage before, during and after the ceremony Saturday night in Canton, Ohio.
You had to know Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders was always going to find a way to get into the end zone. He began making a habit of it in his first NFL game.