Former Cat Todd Perry inducted into Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame

06/26/2017 04:59 PM

The Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame inducted their 2017 class over the weekend and a former Wildcat was among those inducted.

Todd Perry, who starred in high school at North Hardin before playing for the Cats from 1989 to 1992, was one of six members of the class of 2017. Perry was a fourth round selection by the Chicago Bears in 1993 and spent eight seasons for the team before signing with the Miami Dolphins in 2001. He retired from the NFL in 2003 and spent some time coaching with former UK coach Bill Curry at Georgia State…and he said the induction to the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame was something he never saw coming.

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