Source: ABC News
CANTON, Ohio — Leave it to Michael Strahan and his familiar gap-toothed grin for bringing the laughs in closing the Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony honoring the seven-member 2014 class of inductees Saturday night.
The defensive end cracked he was still a little scared of former New York Giants teammate Lawrence Taylor. Strahan singled out former Philadelphia Eagles tackle Jon Runyan in the crowd and referred to him as his toughest opponent and “350 pounds of twisted steel and non-sex appeal.”
Strahan, one of the game’s most dominant pass-rushers, closed the ceremony that ended just before midnight — nearly two hours later than scheduled.
The ceremony went so late that Strahan noted that it was past his bedtime and joked that if the event lasted any longer he and his fellow inductees would be considered the 2015 class.
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