Aeneas Williams Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Former St. Louis Ram Aeneas Williams was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday.  The cornerback, who played the final four years of his 14 year NFL career with the Rams, was elected to the Hall on Saturday night.

Williams who played for both the Arizona Cardinals and the St. Louis Rams, grabbed 55 interceptions during his career, including nine returns for touchdowns.

Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne talked with Williams before he left for New York and the Hall of Fame election process. Aeneas Williams admitted he would be emotional if elected.

To read more on the 2014 Hall of Fame class, click here.

St. Louis Rams statement on Aeneas Williams selection to Pro Football Hall of Fame

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