Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013

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Larry Allen

Position: Guard/tackle

College: Sonoma State, Butte Junior College (Calif.)

NFL: 1994-2005 Dallas Cowboys, 2006-07 San Francisco 49ers

Acquired: Selected by Cowboys in second round (46th player overall) of 1994 draft

Presenter: Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner and general manager

Notable: Played every position on offensive line except center during 12 seasons with Dallas … Super Bowl XXX champion … Elected to 11 Pro Bowls … Selected to NFL All-Decade Teams of 1990s and 2000s.

Cris Carter

Position: Wide receiver

College: Ohio State

NFL: 1987-89 Philadelphia Eagles, 1990-2001 Minnesota Vikings, 2002 Miami Dolphins

Acquired: Selected by Philadelphia in the fourth round of the 1987 Supplemental Draft

Presenter: Duron Carter, Cris’ son

Notable: Played a full 16-game season in 13 of his 16 seasons … Recorded 1,000 receiving yards in a season eight consecutive years … Broke the 100-yard receiving plateau 42 times during his career … Selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1990s … Elected to eight Pro Bowls.

Curley Culp

Position: Defensive tackle

College: Arizona State

NFL: 1968-1974 Kansas City Chiefs, 1974-1980 Houston Oilers, 1980-81 Detroit Lions

Acquired: Selected in second round (31st player overall) in 1968 draft by Denver Broncos

Presenter: Chad Culp, Curley’s son

Notable: Super Bowl IV champion with Kansas City … Dealt to Houston Oilers in blockbuster trade during 1974 season … Culp led defense that helped Oilers earn back-to-back appearances in AFC championship game, 1978-79 … Elected to six Pro Bowls.

Jonathan Ogden

Position: Tackle

College: UCLA

NFL: 1996-2007 Baltimore Ravens

Acquired: Selected in first round (fourth player overall) in 1996 draft.

Presenter: Ozzie Newsome, Ravens general manager/vice president and Hall of Famer

Notable: Instant starter and all-rookie ... Super Bowl XXXV champion … Selected All-Pro six times ... Earned All-AFC honors nine times … Voted to 11 Pro Bowls … Selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of 2000s.

Bill Parcells

Position: Coach

College: Colgate, Wichita State

NFL: 1983-1990 New York Giants, 1993-1996 New England Patriots, 1997-99 New York Jets, 2003-06 Dallas Cowboys

Presenter: George Martin, former New York Giants player and team captain

Notable: Overall record: 183-138-1 … Parcells reversed the fortunes of four NFL teams … In 1986 led Giants to 14-2 record and defeated Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXI … In 1990 won second world championship with dramatic victory over Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV … Coached Dallas Cowboys from 2003 until 2006 … Became first to coach four different teams into the playoffs when his 10-6 Cowboys played in the 2003 wild card game.

Dave Robinson

Position: Linebacker

College: Penn State

NFL: 1963-1972 Green Bay Packers, 1973-74 Washington Redskins

Acquired: Selected in first round (14th player overall) by Green Bay in 1963 draft … Chosen in third round (17th player overall) by San Diego Chargers in AFL Draft

Presenter: David Robinson, Dave’s son

Notable: Started at left outside linebacker in Green Bay in three straight NFL championship wins, 1965-67 … Starting OLB in Packers victories in Super Bowls I and II … Elected to three Pro Bowls … Selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1960s.

Warren Sapp

Position: Defensive tackle

College: Miami (Fla.)

NFL: 1995-2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2004-07 Oakland Raiders

Acquired: Selected in first round (12th player overall) by Tampa Bay in 1995 draft

Presenter: Mercedes Sapp, Warren’s daughter

Notable: Selected to All-Rookie Team, 1995 … Super Bowl XXXVII champion. … Had four interceptions and two touchdown receptions … Elected to seven Pro Bowls … Named to NFL’s All-Decade Teams of the 1990s, 2000s.

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