The NFL announced nine new members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night, including longtime Packers quarterback Brett Favre and former Buccaneers and Colts head coach Tony Dungy.
During his 20-year career, Favre threw for 71,838 yards and 508 touchdowns, which both rank second in NFL history. He also holds the record for most career interceptions with 525 in his time with the Falcons, Packers, Jets and Vikings.
Dungy is a two-time Super Bowl champion, winning a ring with the Steelers in 1979 as a player and leading the Colts to the title in 2007.
Eddie DeBartolo, Kevin Greene, Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, Ken Stabler and Dick Stanfel round out this year’s class.
– Kenny Ducey