Jack Lambert Hall Of Fame Induction Speech

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Speech made by Jack Lambert at his Pro Football Hall Of Fame induction on August 4th 1990.  This guy was beyond sports.  He alongwith Jack Ham, LC Greenwood, and “Mean” Joe Greene embodied the very spirit of the great Steelers teams of the ’70s.


(click on the image for the audio – 8m35s long)

 

Found this video on YouTube.  Check out the part where he slams Cowboy Harris to the ground for taunting the kicker.  Aweseome, dude.

5 Responses to “Jack Lambert Hall Of Fame Induction Speech”

  1. Curt Schilling Says:

    Another Phamra freak!

  2. MMM Says:

    Don’t agree with you on this one. Bonds, yes – roid monster. Lambert ? Genuine tough guy with attitude. The difference ? Pride. Bonds didn’t give a rats’ ass about what anyone accused him of. Not Lambert, dude. He’d attack you for looking at him the wrong way.

  3. Curt Schilling Says:

    100% of the NFL is wacked out on steroids, amphetamines and cortisone.

    It starts in high school.

    No exceptions whatsoever by college. None.

    Embrace the pharma fraud called football.

    Ask Terry Bradsahw, Shawne Merriman, Pacman Jones, Joe Montana, Tom Brady, Howie Long or Bill Romanowski.

  4. Truthilicious Says:

    Curt – that may be the case today, but in the 70’s… c’mon man. Look at Lambert, Ham, and the rest of that team… none of them looked like the bloated freaks that Bonds exemplifies. Methinks you may be a Cowboys fan of old who is employing a bit of sour grapes…

    You are entitled to your opinion, but I always say, “In God We Trust, Everyone Else Must Supply Data.” With that in mind, share your opinions, but until you have some hard data to back up your claims, then be prepared for others, like me, to tell you that you can stick your opinions where the sun don’t shine.

    Embrace the TRUTHILICIOUS TRUTH! Mmmmm… tasty!

    Cheers!

  5. Chris Hatfield Says:

    they didnt get any tougher than this man.if you ask any player from that ara or today who they looked up to and wanted to be like I bet his name comes up.there were few from that time that can say they liked playing against him.


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