In addition to Bryant, he thanked family, friends and fans for their continued support.
Dawkins credited his wife, Connie, with saving his life, and he had a special gift planned for her. "You showed me how much I loved the game".
"My mother embodied the truth", Urlacher said.
"This is such a huge honor for me".
According to his dad who presented him for induction, Brazile's idol was Dick Butkus, and Brazile was careful to mention early on in his acceptance speech his college teammate and fellow first-round pick in 1975 was Walter Payton.
Moss went for over 1,000 yards in his first season with the Raiders, making it to the 1,000 mark on the final day of the season.
"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".More news: Yoshinori Muto finalises Newcastle United move from Mainz
"I didn't just compete to beat the other person".
Moss delivered an unbelievable speech. Green passed away July 22, 2016.
"When they knocked on my door, all of my dreams came true", Brazile, the man nicknamed Dr. Doom, said emphatically to close his speech.
"Football was what I did, but it was not who I am", Dawkins said. "I have already reached out to you guys individually, and I expressed, and I will express it again, my utmost respect for each of you and for what we have accomplished".
A contributor's committee nominee, Beathard worked for the Chiefs, Falcons, Dolphins, Redskins and Chargers. He also spent time with the Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons and then-San Diego Chargers.
Kramer was under the weather the Friday before his induction and unable to keep his date with the national media, but nothing was going to keep him from his enshrinement speech Saturday. The two will be joined by Hall of Famers Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner, LaDainian Tomlinson, and Terrell Davis, as well as analyst and former coach Brian Billick, who coached both Lewis and Moss. I have grown leaps and bounds because of the things that I've gone through, and that's one of the things that I went through. He averaged almost 100 tackles a year and spotlighted his versatility as the first player in National Football League history to get a sack, interception, fumble recovery and touchdown catch (on a screen pass) in a game, against Houston in 2002.