Posted Sun Aug 7th by Jon Heath
Former Denver Broncos tight end Shannon Sharpe was officially inducted into Pro Football’s Hall of Fame on Saturday evening in Canton, Ohio. Sharpe is the fourth Bronco to be enshrined, joining former teammates John Elway (QB) and Gary Zimmerman (OL) as three of the four Broncos representing the team in Canton.
The fourth former Bronco in the Hall of Fame is running back Floyd Little, who was enshrined last year. All four players are certainly deserving. There are several other former Broncos that are arguably equally deserving, former running back Terrell Davis and safety Steve Atwater among them.
To learn how you can help get more deserving Denver Broncos into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, visit www.GetThemInTheHall.com. Highlights of Sharpe’s acceptance speech can be viewed below. Congrats, Shannon!