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Jerome Bettis inducted into Hall of Fame

CANTON, Ohio After 13 seasons in which he became the most prolific big back in NFL history, after winning the adulation and undying respect of his teammates and ending his career with a Super Bowl victory in his hometown, The Bus finally stopped here. Jerome Bettis took his place Saturday night among the many former Steelers who preceded him when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, delighting an overwhelming throng of towel-waving Steelers fans who took over Tom Benson Stadium to watch the Bus park himself in the game's grandest shrine. "Listen here, we've got to get one thing understood here tonight," Bettis said. "We're here in Canton,...

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