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Other Hall of Famers, class of 2013

The other new Hall of Famers

The induction ceremony is scheduled for Aug. 3 in Canton, Ohio. Ticket are on sale now. For information, go to the Hall of Fame's website,

Larry Allen, G/T

Years/teams: 1994-2005 Dallas Cowboys, 2006-07 San Francisco 49ers

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

Seasons: 14 Games: 203

All-Pro: 7 Pro Bowls: 11

Notable: Allen is a member of the NFL's All-Decade teams for the 1990s and 2000s.

Cris Carter, WR

Years/teams: 1987-89 Philadelphia Eagles; 1990-2001 Minnesota Vikings; 2002 Miami Dolphins

College: Ohio State

Seasons: 16 Games: 234

All-Pro: 2 Pro Bowls: 8

Career stats: 1,101 receptions for 13,899 yards, 130 touchdowns

Notable: He retired as the NFL's second all-time leading receiver. Three times Carter led the NFL in touchdown catches.

Jonathan Ogden, T

Years/teams: 1996-2007 Baltimore Ravens

College: UCLA

Seasons: 12 Games: 177

All-Pro: 6 Pro Bowls: 11

Notable: He was the first player drafted by the franchise. He made the 2000s All-Decade team. He had two receptions, both for TDs.

Bill Parcells, coach

Years/teams: 1983-1990 New York Giants; 1993-96 New England Patriots; 1997-99 New York Jets; 2003-06 Dallas Cowboys

College: Colgate, Wichita State

Seasons: 19. Division titles: 5

Conference titles: 3

Super Bowl titles: 2

Notable: Parcells was twice named NFL coach of the year (1986, 1994).

Senior Selections

Curley Culp, DT

Years/teams: 1968-1974 Kansas City Chiefs; 1974-1980 Houston Oilers; 1980-1981 Detroit Lions

College: Arizona State

Notable: He was the NFL's defensive player of the year and first-team All-Pro in 1975. He was first- or second-team All-AFC five times and made six Pro Bowls.

Dave Robinson, LB

Years/teams: 1963-1972 Green Bay Packers; 1973-74 Washington Redskins

College: Penn State

Notable: He was starting outside linebacker in three straight NFL championship wins, 1965-67, and in Super Bowl I and II wins. He had 27 interceptions for 449 yards, one TD. He was All-Pro second team in 1968-69, first-team All-NFL in 1967-69. He mad three Pro Bowls and was named to the NFL's 1960s All-Decade team.

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