We all know Terrell Owens skipped the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio for his own ceremony at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. However, Dan Beyer & Mike Harmon think most people missed some subtle shade thrown at Owens by fellow Hall of Fame inductee Randy Moss. In his acceptance speech, Moss thanked all the people that helped him get to that point, especially those in his home state of West Virginia. Upon doing this, he explained there would be a huge party in his home state to celebrate the accomplishment...but, it would take place the day after the ceremony.
Dan & Mike think it was a simple shot at Terrell Owens in the fact that Owens claimed he was skipping the ceremony to celebrate with the people who helped him get to the Hall of Fame, among several other reasons. The guys explain why Moss's approach was probably the smarter decision for Owens to have taken and Dan resurfaces the idea that the root of Owens frustration with the Hall of Fame may simply be the fact that Moss got in first-ballot and he did not.
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