The ‘NFL Total Access’ crew share their opinions on whether they believe Terrell Owens should go to his Hall of Fame enshrinement.
Pro Football Hall of Fame voters complaining that Terrell Owens won’t attend his induction in Canton, Ohio wasn’t surprising. There’s a reason Owens waited so long to be voted in, and it wasn’t because his resume was lacking. That voters are upset isn’t worth a lot of discussion. But it is notable that Hall of Fame defensive back Rod Woodson doesn’t agree with Owens skipping the ceremony.
The Hall of Fame’s president called it unprecedented. Most of the speeches on Wayne Gretzky Authentic Jersey induction night follow a similar http://www.officialauthenticdolphinsprostore.com/Nike-Kiko-Alonso-Jersey.html path, and all of them thank family, coaches, teammates and friends. Owens was bitter about how he was snubbed his first two times as a finalist, and rightfully so, and he’ll skip the ceremony as a result. Woodson isn’t the only Hall of Famer who has expressed disappointment in Owens. Other players don’t agree with T.O.’s decision Joe Greene, the great defensive tackle of the 1970s Pittsburgh Steelers dynasty, told the SB Nation podcast Talk of Fame Network that he also thought Owens’ decision hurts those close to him.
With Wynn in the fold, New England’s other first-round pick Sony Michel, picked 31st overall, is the lone Patriot draft pick that remains unsigned. Wynn and Michel were roommates at Georgia and were key components in the Bulldogs’ run to the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game, which ended in a 26-23 overtime loss to Alabama.
The time for hype and hyperbole is over, because the 2018 NHL Draft has arrived.
All eyes will be on the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Friday night to welcome the next class of stars to the NHL.
Round one of the draft is Friday night, beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET, with rounds two through http://www.officialbluesauthentic.com/authentic-99-wayne-gretzky-jersey.html seven scheduled for Saturday, beginning at 11 a.m. ET.
There is plenty of intrigue at the top of the 2018 NHL Draft. But not with the top two picks. Defenseman Rasmus Dahlin should go No. 1 to the Buffalo Sabres, clearing the way for forward Andrei Svechnikov to go No. 2 to Kiko Alonso Jersey the Carolina Hurricanes.