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Willie Roaf On Hall Of Fame Selection: 'It Hasn't Sunk In Yet'

In an interview with ESPN Radio in St. Louis, OT Willie Roaf, a Kansas City Chief from 2002-2005, talked about his induction to the NFL Hall of Fame:

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"It really hasn't all sunk in yet. It means I did something, whether it be football or any other thing you do in life, I did it to the highest level and I'm proud for what I did for a long time. I played football for most of my life and I got to the epitome of a group that will be immortalized. You're in a group and they measure your bust and doing all these measurements and all this stuff on your face. Being there with those guys, these guys you played against, your peers and the group that I'm going in with, it's so special because of them."

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