GMA's Michael Strahan leaves fans in awe after revealing shock 'full-circle-moment' in touching video | The Sun

Good Morning America's Michael Strahan has left fans in awe after revealing a sweet "full-circle-moment" he experienced.

The Pro Football Hall of Famer took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to share a touching video about a surprising occurrence at the talent management firm and production company he co-founded.

Stahan explained his "full-circle moment" in a one-minute and nine-second video, which has since received more than 3,000 views.

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the phrase "full circle" is described as "through a series of developments that lead back to the original source, position, or situation or to a complete reversal of the original position."

The 50-year-old American TV personality said: "I want to introduce you guys to someone new to the SMAC family – Kaylee Jones."

Strahan aimed the camera at both him and Kaylee, as he proceeded to clarify what his "full-circle moment" was.

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He continued: "Now, the reason that I wanted to introduce you to Kaylee is because, if it weren't for her father, I would not have had the career that I had.

"Because he was the first-round pick out of Oklahoma, No. 5 overall, Cedric Jones.

"And they moved me over to the left defensive end, which was more natural for me.

"It helped me become a much better player – thanks to her dad being so good on the right defensive line."

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Strahan also joked that Kaylee's dad used to keep him awake as his coach talked in team meetings.

He continued: "He was the absolute smartest teammate I ever had in those meetings.

"He knew what everybody on the defense was supposed to do. I only knew about myself.

"And that's why your dad is with the Rams. He got a ring."

Kaylee noted that she has a necklace of the ring her father received.

Her dad is Cedric Lewis Jones, a former NFL defensive end for the New York Giants, who signed with the St. Louis Rams in 2002.

Super Bowl-winning NFL star

Meanwhile, Strahan was first known as a Super Bowl-winning NFL star, playing for the New York Giants for 15 seasons.

Strahan, who retired from the sport in 2008, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014.

He was a seven-time Pro Bowler, a two-time NFL sack leader and once named the league's Defensive Player of the Year.

Following his retirement, Strahan successfully transitioned into a TV career, first appearing as an analyst for Fox NFL Sunday, and then on Live! with Kelly and Michael from 2012 to 2016.

Strahan then moved to his current full-time role at Good Morning America.

He has since become a staple of the morning talk show – which is why fans couldn't help but notice his absence from the program this month.

Two months ago, the sports star announced he was taking his television career to yet another level – by adding scripted television to his eclectic resume, according to new reports.

Strahan is executive producing a new ABC medical drama in development named The Front Line, Variety first reported.

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The show, inspired by real-life stories, will follow a football player who transitions into a career in the medical field and works as a resident at a Pittsburgh hospital.

It's a story close to Strahan, who also successfully transitioned from an NFL career into another field.

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