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Michael Strahan Surprised by “Good Morning America” Hall of Fame Tribute: Video

August 1st, 2014 at 12:00 PM
By Dan Benton

In a little more than 24 hours, retired New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The celebration of that career accomplishment has been ongoing for several weeks now, but it was a surprise tribute from "Good Morning America" — which included cameos from Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning — that nearly brought the gap-toothed wonder to tears.

In addition to cameos by Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady also sent Strahan some well-wishes, as Howie Long made the long trip out to offering his congratulations in person.

It was also announced today that Strahan will receive his Hall of Fame ring at halftime during the New York Giants/Indianapolis Colts game on Monday, November 3rd.

Strahan will close out the Hall of Fame ceremonies from Canton on Saturday night as the final speaker, following his introduction from close friend Jay Glazer.


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2 Responses to “Michael Strahan Surprised by “Good Morning America” Hall of Fame Tribute: Video”

  1.  Krow says:

    About time something good happened to Michael Strahan. Oh wait … that’s right … for years now nothing but good has been happening to him. He should be winning the lottery any day now. Jaysus, talk about being on a roll.

  2.  MentalHockey says:

    When the Giants faded quicky last year, I turned most of my attention to my main sport love, hockey and the New York Rangers. However, the new football season is about to start and I have high hopes for this team. If the offensive line is improved from last year, that in itself will get us a few more wins from the previous season. Throw in, what looks like, an improved defense and I can see the Giants going 10-6 and taking the division.

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