Cris Carter on Randy Moss being named a member of the 2018 Pro Hall of Fame class: ‘That was pretty amazing!’

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In his discussion with Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe, Cris Carter explains why it's so remarkable that Randy Moss was named a member of the 2018 NFL Hall of Fame class alongside Brian Urlacher and Terrell Owens.

- That was pretty amazing. Ray Lewis and I were on the same floor. So one of my friends was able to be on the floor behind Dave Baker when he knocked on his door. It's an unbelievable experience. It does change your life.

Randy Moss is not a crier. But you could see the appreciation for what football has done for him. And to me, being a person associated to him, I was rewarded too. Because all my hard work that I spent with that kid, trying to make him a better person, a better football player. Man, I saw it.

And not only was he a great football player, but I'm really satisfied with the man that Randy Moss has become. And at the end of the day, if you're not a good man, what else do you have.

So I'm very, very excited to see Randy Moss joining an exclusive class. And that would also put him and I in a very, very rare class with Jerry Rice and Terrell Owens, Jerry Rice, and also Tim Brown, and John Stallworth, and Lynn Swann.

So now we are in a rare, rare area. Not only that you have a great career, but you had someone on the opposite side. People say, wide receivers are very, very selfish. The chances of having two people being in the Hall of Fame as wide receivers. So Moss and I, we cherish that. And I'm very, very happy for him. It was great to see the video, that's priceless.