One of professional football’s most polarizing stars both on and off the field, Deion Sanders, was inducted into the 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Widely regarded as the best cornerback in the history of the league, Sanders put that cherry atop his legendary 17-year career on Saturday as he and running back Marshall Faulk were inducted into the Hall of Fame on their first year of the eligibility. The pair was joined in the 2011 class by defensive lineman Richard Dent, tight end Shannon Sharpe and NFL Films Founder Ed Sabol. Les Richter and Chris Hanburger were inducted as senior committee nominees.
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Check out the best from Saturday’s Hall of Fame speeches in the video below.