As his golden bust was unveiled, he said "I gotta breathe", in an attempt not get emotional.
Urlacher encouraged players fighting for a roster spot to make their preseason reps count and joked that he had invited the team out to his party Thursday night, an invitation declined by Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace.
The 43-year-old former linebacker, who spent his entire 17-year National Football League career with the Ravens, delivered his Hall of Fame induction speech with no notes.
Moss also had special words for New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, for whom Moss played for three-plus seasons from 2007-10.
"The majority of success I have had has come on the back end of pain", he said noting he had suicidal thoughts when he battled depression. "And so I grew a chip on my shoulder, but also what began to grow was anger in me, that I would lose control of once in a while".
"She was never too proud to take a job if it meant that she was able to provide for us".
"When I was in those depressive states, when I was thinking about suicide, it was because of your hand, your guidance, and your believing in me, helping me to go see somebody about the struggles that I was having, to allow me to be alive today". Voted to the 2000s NFL All-Decade Team and a five-time All-Pro, Dawkins intercepted passes in 15 consecutive seasons and had 37 picks overall.
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He also thanked his friends "who supported me when I was down, cheered for me when I was up". "Just know how much I respected the game". I was a football player. There is not one.
Owens has made the unprecedented move of deciding not to attend the inductions at the Canton shrine. He instead chose to have his own ceremony earlier in the day at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
This is how Brian Urlacher played football.
Urlacher was brought to tears while reflecting on his late mother, calling her the hardest-working person he's ever known. "A champion does it differently".
"Everyone I have spoken about tonight is family", Urlacher said.
Urlacher added he loved "everything about football".
"I competed to be the best. I've joined a new team and my goal is clear: To lift up my brothers and sisters, to inspire the leaders of this next generation to fight for love". "But it clearly has helped me be a better man".