OJ welcome at Hall of Fame bash
Convicted felon OJ Simpson, who was granted parole by the Nevada Board of Prisons last week and is eligible for release on Oct 1, remains on the invitation list for the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony.
Asked whether Simpson will be welcome, Hall of Fame officials told ESPN: “All Hall of Famers are invited to attend the annual enshrinement.”
Simpson, 70, was granted parole on Thursday after serving almost nine years of a 33-year sentence for a 2008 armed-robbery conviction. He was a running back for the Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers during an 11-year NFL career which ended in 1979.