Here's a release from the Browns:
From one of the NFL’s greatest coaches, to a championship quarterback who was Otto-matic, to one of the greatest running backs of all-time, the Browns’ best will be on display starting in 2010 at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Browns will pay homage to their great history - one of the richest in the NFL - by introducing the Cleveland Browns Ring of Honor. The initial group of inductees will consist of the 16 former Browns enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The names of these 16 greats will be prominently displayed on the facade of the upper deck of the stadium.
The Browns are also partnering with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to create a special season-long exhibit known as Heritage Hall. This 4,600-square foot exhibition space will be located in Browns Town at Cleveland Browns Stadium and will serve as a tribute to the club’s storied past. This area will consist of displays from the 16 Ring of Honor inductees, including their busts, as well as memorabilia and photography from the team’s history.
The Browns also announced that they will reinstitute their Legends Program in 2010. This program, which started in 2001, honors the men who have contributed to the success of the Cleveland Browns organization.
“Our heritage and alumni are vital parts of our organization,” Browns President Mike Holmgren said. “The Cleveland Browns franchise has such a tremendous history and tradition that we felt it was extremely important to visibly honor the greats who have laid the groundwork for everyone associated with the Cleveland Browns. The creation of the Ring of Honor and the reinstitution of the Legends Program are just the start of how we plan to pay tribute to our history. When our fans now enter Cleveland Browns Stadium they will constantly be reminded of the great players and most memorable moments in our club’s past. The contributions of these 16 men will always be remembered.”
The Ring of Honor induction ceremony and unveiling will take place at halftime of the Browns’ regular season home opener, against Kansas City on Sunday, Sept. 19, and will culminate a week-long celebration of activities, the details of which will be announced at a later date.
2010 RING OF HONOR INDUCTEES: