At Long Last, Monk Makes Hall of Fame
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At Long Last, Monk Makes Hall of Fame

Former Redskins wide receiver Art Monk, who held numerous NFL receiving records when he retired following the 1995 season, talks about his election via phone at a news conference in Phoenix, Az. on Saturday. Video by Jonathan Forsythe/washingtonpost.comPhoto support: Whitney Shefte/washingtonpost.com

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