Randy Moss Honors Victims of Police Brutality During the NFL Hall of Fame

Randy Moss Honors Victims of Police Brutality During the NFL Hall of Fame

One of this years’ inductee to the Nationwide Soccer League’s (NFL) Hall of Fame (HOF) Randy Moss let his tie do the speaking.

It turned one of the highlights for this 12 months’s Hall of Fame class in Canton, OH. Moss’ tie displayed the names of people who misplaced their lives as a result of cops’ actions. The names of Greg Gunn, Tamir Rice, Akai Gurley, Paul O’Neal, Eric Garner, Freddie Grey, Walter Scott, Sandra Bland, Alton Sterling, Michael Brown, Akiel Denkins, and Trayvon Martin have been listed on his tie.

During his HOF speech, Moss didn’t tackle the challenge of police violence however did contact on it when he was interviewed on the NFL community after the ceremony. Moss used the well-known quote from the comedian ebook hero Spiderman with “nice energy comes nice duty”. He cited that as the cause he used his tie to make an announcement on the platform of the HOF was to convey mild to the challenge and present his assist to the households of the victims.

The speak of this 12 months’s HOF weekend was alleged to be the absence of fellow inductee Terrell Owens from the festivities. The sports activities world spent weeks masking Owens refusal to participate in the ceremonies. Owens did make his speech at the College of Tennesee which is his alma mater, however the weekend seems to have belonged to Moss. His quiet allusion to the challenge went viral and numerous information retailers picked up the story. Different inductees included Ray Lewis, Bobby Beathard, Robert Brazile, Brian Dawkins, Jerry Kramer, and Brian Urlacher.

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