Pro Football HOF Inductee Randy Moss Wore A Tie That Represented Slain African-Americans

Saturday night was the Pro Football Hall Of Fame Ceremony in Canton, Ohio.

Randy Moss, who played for the Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, San Francisco 49’ers and the Oakland Raiders was inducted into the Hall Of Fame.

His speech was not political but he did make a political statement by wearing a tie that had the names of black men and women who died during encounters with police officers.

He stated, “What I wanted to express with my tie was to let these families know they’re not alone.”

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