With the NFL Season approaching rapidly, there are increased talks about anthem protests and still some who think they are about the anthem itself instead of the true meaning, which is police brutality. Randy Moss left no room for error at his Hall of Fame induction.

The legendary wide receiver delivered his speech from Canton, Ohio wearing a tie that was stitched with the names of victims of police brutality ranging from Eric Garner to Freddie Gray to Alton Sterling. The text of the tie matched the legendary gold jacket received during the induction.

“What I wanted to express with my tie was to let these families know they’re not alone,” Moss said to the NFL Network. “I’m not here voicing, but by [having] these names on my tie, in a big platform like the Pro Football Hall of Fame, there’s a lot of stuff going on in our country and I just wanted these family members to know they’re not alone.”