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  • Randy Gradishar HOF campaign

    Definitely deserves to be in. Would love to see him and Shanny go! Glad his chances are improving.
    With a new selection process regarding senior candidates to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, will former Denver Broncos LB Randy Gradishar finally get in?

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    Randy Gradishar, Karl Mecklenberg, and Mike Shanahan are all overdue for the HOF.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by qbronco View Post
      Randy Gradishar, Karl Mecklenberg, and Mike Shanahan are all overdue for the HOF.
      The bias against the Broncos is ridiculous. Hopefully we get it rectified soon.

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        • #5
          So glad this is happening, so deserved, so overdue. Getting Gradishar in there would be wonderful. Have been waiting forever.

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          • #6
            The "Orange Crush" was the catalyst for Denver's rise as an NFL power, and Randy Gradishar was the heart of it. I can't think of a bigger snub by Canton.

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            • #7
              I remember getting Randy’s Gradishar’s autograph at the Southwest Plaza mall as a kid. He signed a Broncos pennant. Sadly, I think my parents probably threw it away a long time ago!

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              • #8
                Randy is my overall favorite football player and is way over due for enshrinement. Hopefully this will be the push needed to get him into Canton. I still remember when Meck77 had Randy stop by at one of the tailgate parties back in the day and it brought tears to my eyes when he asked if I wanted to have my jersey signed.... which of course I accepted.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by OBF1 View Post
                  Randy is my overall favorite football player and is way over due for enshrinement. Hopefully this will be the push needed to get him into Canton. I still remember when Meck77 had Randy stop by at one of the tailgate parties back in the day and it brought tears to my eyes when he asked if I wanted to have my jersey signed.... which of course I accepted.
                  That brought tears to your eyes! Lmao some ppl.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by OBF1 View Post
                    Randy is my overall favorite football player and is way over due for enshrinement. Hopefully this will be the push needed to get him into Canton. I still remember when Meck77 had Randy stop by at one of the tailgate parties back in the day and it brought tears to my eyes when he asked if I wanted to have my jersey signed.... which of course I accepted.
                    That is awesome!

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                    • #11
                      I've run into various sports celebrities over the years, both active and retired. Some at bars or nightclubs, some at shopping malls, some at sales promotions, some at social gatherings, and even one in an elevator (John Elway).

                      It was quite a few years ago, but I ran into Randy Gradishar at a place where he wasn't getting paid, where he got no publicity, where he was just following his Christian faith.

                      He was quietly counseling an inmate. An inmate on death row.

                      I'm not a particularly religious fellow, but he earned a lot of my respect that day.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Old Dude View Post
                        I've run into various sports celebrities over the years, both active and retired. Some at bars or nightclubs, some at shopping malls, some at sales promotions, some at social gatherings, and even one in an elevator (John Elway).

                        It was quite a few years ago, but I ran into Randy Gradishar at a place where he wasn't getting paid, where he got no publicity, where he was just following his Christian faith.

                        He was quietly counseling an inmate. An inmate on death row.

                        I'm not a particularly religious fellow, but he earned a lot of my respect that day.
                        Amen to that. Thanks for sharing.

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