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Watch: Pro Football Hall of Fame President David Baker discusses postponement of 2020 enshrinement, Hall of Fame Game

Jim Donovan interviews David Baker following today's major announcements.

CANTON, Ohio — Following today's news that the 2020 Hall of Fame Game and enshrinement ceremony have been postponed to August of 2021, 3Sports anchor Jim Donovan discussed both topics and more with Pro Football President and CEO David Baker.

Events tied to this year's Enshrinement Week will now take place Aug. 5-9, 2021, the Hall of Fame announced on Thursday, calling it "twice as fun in '21."

“The health and safety of our Hall of Famers, fans and volunteers who make Enshrinement Week so special remains our top priority,” said David Baker, president and CEO of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. “The Hall will honor the Centennial Class of 2020 next August, along with what promises to be an equally spectacular Class of 2021, as part of a multi-day celebration of football with an atmosphere that will deliver for fans ‘Twice the Fun in ’21.’”

You can watch the entire interview with David Baker in the player below.

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