Gold Jacket and former Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Anthony Muñoz stopped by ESPN’s Mike & Mike nationally televised and syndicated radio show on Wednesday morning on behalf of Ford, who is a partner of the National Football League.
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The Ford F-Series, “Toughest Line Up,” is the official truck of the NFL. In addition, Muñoz is the face for Ford and this season they are going to acknowledge every week, “The Offensive Line of the Week Award,” as a part of the partnership.
“It’s not just one offensive lineman for the week, it’s the entire line,” said Muñoz while appearing on Mike & Mike. “We are going to recognize an entire offensive line all year long and I’m thrilled to be working with the NFL and Ford.”
Ford is no stranger to promoting the values of the game of football. They have been loyal teammates with the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the past three years. Ford has been on the front lines with the Hall, honoring the heroes of the game with the PFHOF Hometown Hall of Famers Program presented by Ford and the Fan Vote, which kicks off at 9 p.m. Wednesday Sept. 14., when the NFL Network announces the first nominations for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017. Check back with us at profootballhof.com for in depth stories on the first year eligible nominees.
The PFHOF Hometown Hall of Famers Program presented by Ford is a unique program that allows Gold Jackets to give back to the community that has supported them on their paths to Canton, Ohio.
Hall of Famer’s dedicate a bronze plaque which is three-by-four feet and weights 40lbs., to their high school and the Gold Jacket’s school is forever enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Since the program started, the HOF and Ford have conducted over 100 ceremonies in the communities of the Legends.
Muñoz honored and dedicated a plaque to his high school, Chaffey High, in Ontario, California back in Nov. 2012.
Muñoz is the only player since the NFL merger to be named a first time, all-pro, nine times playing on the offensive line and was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, in 1998.