Fans touring the Hall of Fame on Wednesday may have recognized two of the museum’s visitors. That’s because Class of 2012 enshrinees Chris Doleman and Cortez Kennedy were in town preparing for this summer’s Enshrinement Festival.
The two legends arrived on Tuesday afternoon in time to enjoy dinner with staff members before embarking on a full schedule Wednesday. The morning began with a tour of the city so they can learn the layout for the many festivities that take place during the annual Enshrinement Festival. The drive around the city was followed by a personal tour of the museum by the Hall of Fame’s President/Executive Director Steve Perry. Doleman and Kennedy then met with various staff members to plan for their induction, sat down with members of the media, and capped the day with a behind-the-scenes tour of the museum’s archives.
Doleman and Kennedy, along with Jack Butler, Dermontti Dawson, Curtis Martin and Willie Roaf, with be formally enshrined into the Hall of Fame on Saturday, Aug. 4.
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