Broncos Legend Randy Gradishar misses Pro Football HOF Cut

Published: Jan. 15, 2020 at 9:08 PM MST
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced their Centennial class Wednesday morning. Former Broncos legend Randy Gradishar came in as a top-20 finalist but was not chosen to be apart of the 2020 class.

"You're anticipating that, you're wanting that and you think it will be the greatest thing in the world and you start dreaming. Then you find out your names not called. I'll be honest with you, it was very discouraging. My performance on the field speaks for itself so I believe in waiting for Gods timing in order for that to take place." said Gradishar.

The former linebackers resume speaks for itself. Gradishar was a 7-time Pro Bowler, a 6-time All-Pro selection and the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1978.

Already a member of the Broncos ring of fame, Gradishar was hoping this was his turn to get the call but for now, his wait for Canton continues.

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