Hall of Fame Cornerback Deion Sanders sagte der Pro Football Hall of Fame
hires too many players and becomes an “every man for himself”.
Less than a week after the induction ceremony into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Sanders said in a Video Posted by Well Off Media that the Hall of Fame is for people who “changed the game”. He also said some of those in the Hall of Fame should be distinguished from others like him who changed the game.
“My (Hall of Fame) jacket has to be a different color,” Sanders said. “There has to be a starting XI, there has to be an upper house. My head doesn’t belong with some of these other heads that are in the Hall of Fame.”
Sanders, Jackson State’s head football coach, was inducted into the first round of the Hall of Fame in 2011 after a career as a two-time Super Bowl champion, eight-time Pro Bowler, six-time All-Pro and defensive player. of the year.
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Sanders dad is similar comments previously in 2020 on the Dan Patrick show.
“Once upon a time there was a Hall of Famer a player who changed the damn game,” Sanders said at the time. “It’s not a Hall of Famer anymore. Every Tom, Dick and Harry, you’re a Hall of Famer, you’re a Hall of Famer, you’re a Hall of Famer. You left everyone in this thing. It’s not exclusive and I don’t like that.
In the video, Sanders does not name players who are not in the Hall of Fame or the “House of Lords.”
Die Pro Football Hall of Fame Class hat Tony Boselli, Cliff Branch, Art McNally, Sam Mills, Richard Seymour, Dick Vermeil, Bryant Young und LeRoy Butler in die Class of 2022 aufgenommen.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Deion Sanders criticizes the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s induction standards