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Players, Coaches and Celebrities React to Michael Strahan’s Hall of Fame Enshrinement

August 3rd, 2014 at 12:55 PM
By Dan Benton

On Saturday night in front of a crowd of thousands, retired New York Giants legend Michael Strahan was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And during an emotional 34-minute speech, he thanked over 40 of his former teammates and coaches, as well as his family and friends that span the globe. And amidst the thousands of Big Blue fans who made the journey to Canton, Ohio to honor their football hero, were hundreds of celebrities there to do the exact same thing.

From Tom Coughlin to Eli Manning and Kelly Ripa to Robin Robers and LL Cool J to Usher, the worlds of sports and entertainment combined to say thank you to one of the greatest football players who ever lived. But beyond those who made a physical appearance, so many more were out in force to express their thanks and gratitude to both Michael Strahan the football player and Michael Strahan the person.

But rather than running down the list name-by-name, why don't we allow the players, coaches, opponents and celebrity fans to do the talking for themselves, shall we?

Click "read more" and enjoy all the posts after the jump.


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5 Responses to “Players, Coaches and Celebrities React to Michael Strahan’s Hall of Fame Enshrinement”

  1.  Alex Ciordia says:

    I was thinking the other day and I’m curious about how the absence of will hill will be to the special teams unit. I know many (me included) were very excited about his potential as a saftey on our defense but he was a huge playmaker on specials. He was always around the tackle and he recovered a couple of fumbles along with causing a few if I remember correctly.

  2.  GOAT56 says:


    Other players i want to see are:

    Manningham – with ODB having injury struggles Manningham is line for some early playing but only if he’s healthy.

    Robinson – Donnell has pulled away in practice but this TE race is far from settled.

    Moore – I’m look for him to take a huge leap this year and maybe even win the starting job.

    Brown – Is he a quality starting safety or a huge question mark? I lean towards the later but he can start to prove me wrong.

    Cox – Looks like he’s in line for the 4th RB spot but is he a JAG or could he actually add something.

    Mosley – It would be nice if he takes the position and runs with it.

    Of course the rookies including the UDFA

  3.  Dirt says:

    So, um, yeah, today is gameday I think.

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