NFL Temple: Ceremonies announced for new inductees, including Peyton Manning
TOWNSHIP, Ohio – Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson and Steve Hutchinson, who were inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in August, will receive their rings commemorating their admission at two ceremonies each.
The 19 still living members of the 2020 and 2021 cohorts will participate in these ceremonies. Manning will be the focus on September 19 in Indianapolis and October 31 in Denver. Manning won the Super Bowl with the Colts and Broncos.
Woodson’s ring will be presented to him first on November 14, in Las Vegas. He will also be honored two weeks later at Green Bay, which won the Super Bowl with the Packers.
Hutchinson will be honored in Seattle on October 7 and October 31 in Minnesota. Hutchinson has been a star guard for the Seahawks and Vikings.
Edgerrin James will also be honored along with Manning on September 19.
The following week, Calvin Johnson will receive his ring when the Detroit Lions host the Baltimore Ravens, while former Raiders coach Tom Flores will be honored in Las Vegas, when the Miami Dolphins are the visitors. The following Monday, when the Philadelphia Eagles are in Dallas, ex-Cowboys Cliff Harris, Drew Pearson and Jimmy Johnson will receive their rings.
Four members of the Steelers Hall of Fame will receive theirs on October 17: Troy Polamalu, Bill Cowher, Alan Faneca and Donnie Shell. The same day, in Denver, the former Broncos safety back Steve Atwater will be honored, the same day Jimbo Covert will receive his ring in Chicago.
On November 7, Isaac Bruce will receive his ring when the Rams welcome the Titans. Two weeks later, John Lynch will be honored in the game between the Giants and the Buccaneers.
Finally, ex-commissioner Paul Tagliabue will be honored on December 12 in Green Bay, while the ex-Eagle will receive his ring on December 19, when Team Washington is in Philadelphia.