Steelers Announce the Inaugural Class of Hall of Honor

The Steelers announced plans a few weeks ago for a new ‘Hall of Honor’ that will honor players, coaches, and contributors that have had a significant hand in building and maintaining this storied franchise.

On Tuesday the Steelers announced the inaugural class that included every member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame that had a significant impact on the franchise. They also added former running back and coach Dick Hoak who spent 45 years combined as a player and coach with the team.

Also joining the class are Donnie Shell, LC Greenwood, and Andy Russell who all should have a place in Canton, Ohio, but have been kept out because of the sheer number of players from those 70’s Steelers teams inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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