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Michael Strahan among Black College Football Hall of Fame inductees

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PHILADELPHIA - DECEMBER 9: Michael Strahan #92 of the New York Giants looks on before the NFL game against the Philadelphia Eagles at the Lincoln Financial Field on December 9, 2007 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

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Former Steelers wide receiver John Stallworth (Alabama A&M), former Browns running back Leroy Kelly (Morgan State) and former Giants defensive end Michael Strahan (Texas Southern) are among the new seven members of the Black College Football Hall of Fame, which had its enshrinement ceremony on Saturday night in Atlanta.

Kelly and Stallworth are members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, while Strahan will be inducted this summer.

Other members of the Black College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014 are former Oilers linebacker Robert Brazile (Jackson State), former Chargers guard Doug Wilkerson (North Carolina Central), former Mississippi Valley State quarterback Willie Totten and former Alcorn State head coach Marino Casem.

The Black College Football Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding players and coaches from historically black colleges and universities. Its first class was inducted in 2010.