Former New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders great Richard Seymour has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2022.
Richard Seymour played in the NFL from 2001-2012. He won three Super Bowls during his time with the New England Patriots before finishing his NFL career with the Oakland Raiders.
Seymour recorded 9.5 sacks and 225 tackles during his four season collegiate career with the Georgia Bulldogs.
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College football commentator Kirk Herbstreit
ESPN college football analyst and commentator Kirk Herbstreit was impressed with Richard Seymour’s classy Hall of Fame induction speech.
New England Patriots a perfect fit for Seymour
Richard Seymour was lucky to be selected by the New England Patriots in the first round of the NFL draft. Seymour won three Super Bowls during his career with the Patriots.
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Georgia football coach Kirby Smart thanks Richard Seymour
Georgia football is proud of Bulldogs legend Richard Seymour. The Gadsden, South Carolina, native played in Athens from 1997-2000 and was a key piece on several of the best defensive lines in Georgia history.
Richard Seymour thanks the Raiders
Seymour spent the last four seasons of his NFL career with the Raiders. He was thankful for his time in Oakland.
Pro Football Hall of Fame parade
Seymour participated in the Hall of Fame parade in Canton, Ohio.
Bill Belichick on Richard Seymour
Legendary New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick couldn’t have won so many Super Bowls without having a lot of talented, hard working and trustworthy players like Richard Seymour.
Richard Seymour’s impressive accolades
Richard Seymour built up some impressive career accolades. More than anything he was a winner.
Story originally appeared on UGA Wire