Randy Moss elected to HOF on first ballot

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Straight Hall of Fame, homie. Randy Moss can now call Canton, Ohio, home. 

Moss was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday evening, getting in on his first ballot, thus joining Jerry Rice as the only first-ballot wide receivers to be elected since 2010. 

Moss' career numbers are mind blowing: 

  • 15,292 receiving yards
  • 156 receiving TDs
  • 23 receiving TDs in a single season (NFL record)
  • 10 seasons with at least 1,000 yards
  • 5 times leading the NFL in receiving TDs
  • 4 time first-team All Pro

Joining Moss in the Class of 2018 are: linebacker Brian Urlacher, wide receiver Terrell Owens, safety Brian Dawkins and linebacker Ray Lewis. 

The Senior's Committee also elected Jerry Kramer, Robert Brazile and Bobby Beathard. 

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