By Douglas Etten
His words spoke truth.
His emotions dictated a humble sincerity that refreshed a football world fed-up with arrogance, greed and self-centered accomplishments amidst negotiations between union representatives and owners.
He said he’s the only football player enshrined in Canton, who’s the second-best football player in his own family.
With that sentence, Shannon Sharpe had tears falling down the face of Packers’ great Sterling Sharpe, who tried holding back the emotions as he watched his younger brother pass through the doors into “the fraternity of franternities.” … [ href="http://lombardiave.com/2011/08/08/sharpe-delivers-sterling-moments-during-hall-of-fame-speech/">visit site to read more]