National Football League Alumni - NFL Alumni Order of The Leather Helmet

NFL Alumni Order of The Leather Helmet

Awarded to individuals who have made significant contributions to the game of professional football.

1978
Pete Rozelle
George Halas
Art Rooney

1979
Paul Brown
Red Grange
Bronko Nagurski

1980
Don Shula
Wellington Mara
Dominic Olejniczak
Pro Football Hall of Fame

1981
Lamar Hunt
Tom Landry

1982
Bill Bidwill
Alex Wojciechowicz
Bud Grant

1983
F. William Harder
LeRoy Neiman

1985
George Preston Marshall
Weeb Ewbank

1986
Howard Cosell
Vince Lombardi
Vic Maitland

1987
Ray Scott
Steve Sabol
Ed Sabol
Bert Bell

1988
Raymond Berry

1989
Tex Schramm

1990
Bill Dudley
Ollie Matson
Steve Van Buren

1991
Hugh McElhenny

1992
Chuck Bednarik
Art Modell

1993
Elroy Hirsch
Marion Motley

1994
Sid Luckman
Sammy Baugh

1995
Otto Graham
Chuck Noll

1996
Johnny Unitas
Curt Gowdy

1997
Pat Summerall
Ralph Wilson

1998
Jim Brown
Al Davis

1999
Bobby Mitchell
Paul Tagliabue

2000
Len Dawson
Deacon Jones

2001
Mike McCormack
Mel Renfro

2002
Mel Blount
Jim Otto
Jim Tunney

2003
Tom Flores
Willie Davis

2004
Dick Vermeil
Val Pinchbeck
Don Weiss

2005
Larry Wilson
Joe Greene

2007
Sonny Jurgensen
Jack Youngblood

2008
Eric Dickerson
John Madden
Alex Spanos

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