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Terrell Owens won’t attend his Hall of Fame induction ceremony after he finally stopped getting snubbed

Terrell Owens never shied away from being an individual during his NFL career, and it’s still the case in his post-football life. On Thursday, the former NFL receiver announced he’ll skip the Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony in August and instead celebrate elsewhere.
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While I am incredibly appreciative of this opportunity, I have made the decision to publicly decline my invitation to attend the induction ceremony in Canton, Owens said in a statement Thursday. I have already shared this information with the hall. After visiting Canton earlier this year, I came to the realization that I wish to celebrate what will be one of the most memorable days of my life, elsewhere. At a later date, I will announce where and when I will celebrate my induction.

Even with Jung-ho Kang Youth Jersey Owens not making the trip, there won’t be a shortage of personality on the stage in Canton in August. The Class of 2018 has seven other members — Bobby Beathard, Robert Brazile, Brian Dawkins, Jerry Kramer, Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, and Brian Urlacher — and the group should make for an entertaining ceremony.

What Owens will be doing instead remains to be seen, but he probably won’t keep it Brian O’Neill Womens Jersey a secret for long.

President who? White House what? Who cares about politics?

It was a brief respite from reality. But it promised hope.

Which was missing earlier in Wednesday. The first officially scheduled Eagles practice day after this week’s Great White House Disinvitation Scandal did not begin auspiciously. Poor Doug Pederson took the podium to try to explain—or try not to explain—a political maelstrom taking place several levels above his pay grade.

Jenkins eventually arrived and used a series of handwritten signs, like Bob Dylan in an ancient song video, to make sure his message of social justice remained clear. The rest of the Eagles waded into a quagmire of presidential allegations: that the Eagles somehow disrespect the flag or military, that they let their own fans down, that they were purposely trying to embarrass the White House by sending a skeleton contingent at the last second, and so on.