Caption contest: The Hall of Fame edition

We have photos from the famed Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders enshrinement parties, and we need your help creating the captions.

NFLTA goes ‘Primetime’

An emotional Deion Sanders discusses a memorable evening with the NFL Total Access crew.

Pick Six: Hall of Fame edition

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.”

Deion steals the show

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.

Sanders closes ceremony with memorable speech

Deion Sanders caps off a memorable night with a rousing speech and a moment that only “Prime” could create.

Watch: Faulk reflects

Watch highlights from Marshall Faulk‘s Hall of Fame induction speech as he reminisces about his time in Indianapolis and St. Louis.

Jones: Sanders was a freak

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.

Watch: best of Dent’s speech

Watch the best moments from Hall of Fame enshrinee and former Chicago Bears defensive end Richard Dent‘s Hall of Fame induction speech.

Watch: Hanburger’s acceptance speech

Washington Redskins great, Chris Hanburger give his acceptance speech at the 2011 Hall of Fame.

Watch: Sharpe on Sharpe

Shannon Sharpe‘s brother, Sterling Sharpe, explains how his brother was able to use his tremendous work ethic to revolutionize the tight end position and in turn get to the Hall of Fame.

Sabol: “I dreamed the impossible dream”

NFL Films founder Ed Sabol thanks pays tribute to his colleagues at NFL Films.

DDFP: Storytime with Brandt

Dave Dameshek and Adam Rank discuss life in Canton, then welcome in the longtime architect of the Dallas Cowboys (and a man who belongs in the Hall of Fame), Gil Brandt.

Sharpe needs shades to stay focused

Our camera catches a candid moment with 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinee Shannon Sharpe.

Mariucci unveils his All-HOF team

After tonight’s members are inducted, a total of 267 players will have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Steve Mariucci goes position by position and pulls out his favorite 22 for his All-Hall of Fame team.

Young is forever in debt to Sanders

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.

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