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Pro Football Hall of Fame, Class of 2013: Warren Sapp, Bill Parcells, 5 others enshrined

Larry Allen, Cris Carter, Curley Culp, Jonathan Ogden, Bill Parcells, Dave Robinson, and Warren Sapp were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

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Cris Carter's real name is Graduel

Cris Carter has a secret.

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Carter to family: 'You're in the Hall with me'

An incredibly emotional Cris Carter gave his Hall of Fame speech in front of a Canton, Ohio, crowd on Saturday.

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Warren Sapp, "It's a Canes thing"

Warren Sapp had to acknowledge his college football days at Miami during his Hall of Fame induction speech on Saturday night.

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Sapp: 'This game is so great'

One of the greatest defensive tackles to ever play the game, Warren Sapp, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and gave a speech on Saturday.

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Warren Sapp's Hall of Fame bust is the first with braids

The former Buccaneers defensive tackle is being enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His bust will remember his famous cornrows.

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Culp: 'This is quite something'

Curley Culp, the second of the senior committee nominations this year, was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and gave his speech on Saturday.

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Parcells: 'Nobody could appreciate this more'

Bill Parcells has been in Hall of Fame discussions for a very long time, and on Saturday, was finally inducted and gave his enshrinement speech.

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Larry Allen wears shades, talks 40 ozs

Allen thanked his wife and revealed that on their first date she cooked him "two chickens, french fries, baked me a cake & gave me a 40 oz, I knew then that was my wife."

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Allen: 'My mission is complete'

Larry Allen was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, and gave a speech about completing his mission to earn the respect of his teammates, opponents and the entire NFL.

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Robinson: 'I finally made it'

Former Green Bay Packers linebacker Dave Robinson made his Hall of Fame speech on Saturday, thanking everyone close to him and making a fair amount of jokes in the process.

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The Bill Parcells coaching tree

Tom Coughlin, Sean Payton ... that Belichick guy, take a look at the branches on Parcells' coaching tree.

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Ogden enshrined in Canton

As the Ravens' first-ever draft pick, Jonathan Ogden played a big part in shaping the franchise's identity. He becomes the one of the youngest HOF inductees at 39 years old.

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Bill Parcells goes into Canton

The two-time Super Bowl-winning head coach did not get into Canton on his first try, perhaps because he rubbed some people the wrong way. That was not enough to keep him out the second time following a stellar coaching career.

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Warren Sapp to be inducted into Hall of Fame

The Bucs defense was historically bad for decades before drafting two very special players in 1995, and then it became historic in the good sense, while Sapp's dominance stretched on well into the 2000s.

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Dave Robinson's career still shines from afar

Outshone in the glare of the 2013 class' more recent stars, the legendary former Packer's prolific career during the 1960s and 70s must not be overlooked.

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Cris Carter finally gets to Canton

After five years of snubs, the legendary wideout finds a home in Canton.

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Allen's first-ballot status never in doubt

Larry Allen is possibly the most dominant offensive lineman of all time. Of course he was a first-ballot Hall of Fame inductee.

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The unquantifiable career of Jonathan Ogden

In a league where success is determined largely by statistics, Baltimore's legendary Jonathan Ogden can't be summed up by numbers.

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Curley Culp overcame the odds to make Hall of Fame

Thought to be "too small" to play defensive tackle, few coaches knew what to do with him. But Kansas City head coach Hank Stram had an idea, and it helped the Chiefs win a Super Bowl.

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Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony TV coverage

ESPN2 and NFL Network will broadcast Saturday's Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

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