“You LIVE ON in our hearts”: Former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Bryant Young shares emotional story of son’s battle with cancer

Bryant Young paid an emotional tribute to his son after being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame 2022.

Bryant Young
Bryant Young
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Former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Bryant Young was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2022. During the presentation, Young shared an emotional moment on the stage as he remembered his son whom he lost in 2016.

The other members who were also inducted in are offensive tackle Tony Boselli, wide receiver Cliff Branch, safety LeRoy Butler, official Art McNally, linebacker Sam Mills, defensive lineman Richard Seymour and coach Dick Vermeil.

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Bryant Young breaks down speaking of his beloved son

Bryant Young
Bryant Young

Bryant Young spoke about how his son was diagnosed with cancer at just the tender age of 13 years in 2014. In 2016 the doctors had to break out the unfortunate news that treatment was no longer working on him and that the cancer had spread out.

Colby sensed where things were headed,” Young said. “He didn’t fear death as much as the process of dying. Would it be painful? Would he be remembered?Colby … you live on in our hearts. … We will always speak your name.”

During the induction speech on Saturday at the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Bryant Young talked about how the number ’22’ was special to him and is symbolic for him.

Bryant Young spoke fondly of his son and how the number 22 was his favourite. Hence it is only fitting that he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in the year 2022.

“In this, my 10th year of eligibility, I enter the Hall as a member of this ’22,” Young said.”2022. 22.”

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