By Teddy Brenner
Legendary Eagles wide receiver Harold Carmichael finally gets into the Pro Football Hall of Fame tonight in Canton.
The 6-8 Carmichael was a towering target for the Eagles for 13 seasons in the 1970s and early ’80s.
He used his size to outleap and overpower defenders. The NFL had never seen anything like him when he came into the league in 1971.
“Not only was Harold tall, but his arms were so long. His wingspan and catch radius were absolutely incredible. What quarterback wouldn’t want to have a guy like that to throw to?”