This weekend, the Pro Football Hall of Fame will prepare to welcome the Class of 2022, which includes headliners like former Packers safety Leroy Butler and Jaguars tackle Tony Boselli. The annual Hall of Fame Game was the first step in that process.
On Friday night, as legends already enshrined in Canton descended on the Hall to welcome their all-time peers, one former superstar seemed like he had the time of his life — Chiefs Hall of Famer Bobby Bell.
A cornerstone for Kansas City in the 1960s and early 1970s, Bell found a piano to play on while hanging around Canton. He proceeded to show off the delightful magic in his fingers that he’s probably had for a long time.
Hall of Fame football player and the OG of playing the piano! pic.twitter.com/ZrZyCjVJ6d
— Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) August 5, 2022
It’s easy to forget, but the awesome football players we sit down to watch every Sunday have many, many talents off the field. Bell’s the perfect example while he cruises along in his well-deserved retirement.