Inspiration defined Bryant Young, now headed to Pro Football Hall of Fame

A much-forgotten chapter in former Notre Dame All-American Bryant Young’s life after he closed the book on a storied NFL career was dipping his toe into coaching for the first time as a 37-year-old grad assistant coach at his alma mater under Charlie Weis. The NFL career that preceded his run at coaching was saturated in inspiration, which took Bryant’s greatness to another dimension. The now 50-year-old Young was one of eight new members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday night and set to be enshrined Aug. 6 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.
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