Eight men will be officially inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday at a dedication ceremony in Canton, Ohio.
The Class of 2022 includes Tony Boselli, Cliff Blanche, Leroy Butler, Sam Mills, Richard Seymour, Bryant Young, Dick Vermeer and A T McNally. Between them a staggering array of accolades: 9 Super Bowl titles, 15 All-Star First Team appearances and 29 Pro Bowls.
On Saturday, the “Pro Football Hall of Fame” was added to their resumes. For the vast majority, the honor comes after a long wait. Blanche and Mills will be awarded posthumously.
Here’s everything you need to know about the induction ceremony:
What time does the Pro Football Hall of Fame dedication ceremony start?
The dedication ceremony of the 2022 class will be held at noon EST At Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio.
On which TV channel is the Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony held?
The offering ceremony will be broadcast live on both sides ESPN and NFL Network.
Where can I live stream the Pro Football Hall of Fame dedication ceremony?
The offering ceremony can be viewed on ESPN and Fubo TVand other services.
Who are the 2022 Pro Football Hall of Fame members?
Tony Boselli: Left tackle for the Jacksonville Jaguars from 1995-2001.
Cliff Branch: Wide receiver for the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders from 1972-1985.
Leroy Butler: Safety for the Green Bay Packers 1990-2001.
Sam Mills: Linebacker for the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers from 1986-1997.
Richard Seymour: Defensive lineman for the New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders from 2001-2012.
Bryant Young: Defensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers from 1994-2007.
Dick Vermeer: Philadelphia Eagles head coach (1976-1982); St. Louis Rams (1997-1999); and Kansas City Chiefs (2001-2005).
Art McNally: Official from 1959-1967 and NFL’s “official supervisor” from 1968-1991.