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2016 Hall Of Fame Class

Here’s a running list of the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame class We’ll be adding updates as names are released.

  1. Brett Favre, QB, Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings
  2. Tony Dungy, Coach — Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts
  3. Marvin Harrison, WR — Indianapolis Colts
  4. Ken Stabler, QB, — Oakland Raiders
  5. Edward DeBartolo, Jr., Owner — 1977-2000 San Francisco 49ers
  6. Kevin Greene, LB/DE — Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers, San Francisco 49ers
  7. Orlando Pace, T — St. Louis Rams, Chicago Bears
  8. Dick Stanfel, Guard — 1952-55 Detroit Lions, 1956-58 Washington Redskins

Favre, 46, is a first-ballot Hall of Fame selection, which shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. He was originally taken in the second-round of the 1991 NFL Draft before he was later traded to the Packers.

He finished his storied career as an 11-time Pro Bowler and a three-time first-team All Pro. Favre won three MVPs during his career and helped the Packers win a Super Bowl title in 1996.

During his 16-year career, Favre threw for 71,838 yards while completing 62 percent of his passes to go along with a staggering 508 touchdowns.

Stabler was taken in the second round of the 1968 NFL draft. He was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and one-time first-team All-Pro selection. During his 10-year career, Stabler threw for 27,938 yards while completing 59.8 percent of his passes to go along with 194 touchdowns.

Dungy, 60, played for the Steelers, 49ers, and Giants from 1977-1980. He soon began his NFL coaching career with the Steelers in 1981. After eight years in Pittsburgh, Dungy left to become the defensive backs coach of the Chiefs before later taking over as the Vikings’ defensive coordinator in 1992.

The Buccaneers elected to hire him as their head coach in 1996 and he would go on to spend six years with the Bucs. The Colts later hired him in 2002 and he led them to a Super Bowl title in 2006.

In total, Dungy produced a record of 139-69 (66.8 percent) to go along with 11 playoff appearances.

Harrison, 43, was taken in the first-round of the 1996 NFL draft. He was an eight-time Pro Bowl selection, a three-time All-Pro and helped them win Super Bowl XLI. During his 13-year NFL career, Harrison totaled 1,102 receptions for 14,580 yards receiving and 128 touchdowns over the course of 190 games.

DeBartolo Jr., 69, owned the 49ers for 23 years and produced a record of 226-131-1 (63.3 percent) under his leadership including 16 trips to the playoffs and five Super Bowl titles.

Greene, 53, was taken in the fifth-round of the 1985 NFL Draft. He is a five-time Pro Bowler and a two-time first-team All-Pro who played for the Rams, Steelers, Panthers and 49ers over the course of his career.

He totaled 669 tackles, 160 sacks, 23 forced fumbles, 26 recoveries, five interceptions, and three safeties over the course of his 15-year career.

Pace, 40, was selected with the No. 1 overall pick during the 1997 NFL draft. He was seven-time Pro Bowl selection and a three-time first-team All-Pro. He spent 12 years with the Rams helping them win a Super Bowl title before finishing out his career with the Bears.

Stanfel was taken in the second-round of the 1951 NFL Draft. He was a five-time Pro Bowl selection and a five-time first-team All-Pro. He spent the first four years of his career with the Lions before later joining the Redskins in 1956 and finishing out his career in Washington.