Being inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame is the greatest achievement for any NFL player. One would think being immortalized as one of the games greatest players in the sport would evoke an appreciative and humbling response.


However, earlier today, Terrell Owens announced that ​he would not attend his induction

It didn't take the Hall of Fame long to respond to T.O.'s controversial decision. Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker released a statement, saying that the Hall of Fame is "disappointed" in Owens' decision to not participate in the enshrinement and called his decision "unprecedented" as no Hall of Famer has ever done so before.


Wow.

The Hall of Fame hopes the news doesn't overshadow the big day for the ​other Hall of Famers


"As we do not want to detract from this great honor being enjoyed by the seven other members of the class of 2018, their families, friends, and fans; the Pro Football Hall of Fame will have no further comment on the decision by Terrell Owens."     


As for Owens, he has not said what he will do on the day of his enshrinement. It better be something good, though.