CINCINNATI — Seventeen former Cincinnati Bengals will be on the fan ballot to be selected into the team’s newly-announced Ring of Honor inside Paul Brown Stadium.
The team revealed the Ring of Honor in April with the team’s two Pro Football Hall of Famers, Paul Brown and Anthony Muñoz, inducted in the inaugural class.
Two additional members will be added to the inaugural class, as voted on by season ticket holders. The Bengals will announce the two additional inductees at a home game during the season when the ring will be unveiled inside the stadium.
The class is highlighted by several all-time franchise greats including quarterbacks Ken Anderson and Boomer Esiason, running back Corey Dillion, cornerback Ken Riley, wide receivers Chad Johnson and Chris Collinsworth and others.
More details on the nominees are found on the team’s website.
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