The Hall of Famers Warren Sapp and Jim Brown were inducted into the NFL Hall Of Fame on Thursday night, with Sapp receiving the title of Most Valuable Player.
Brown was inducted on Friday night, joining Sapp, Joe Namath, Walter Payton, Willie McGinest, John Madden, and Dick Butkus as Hall of Legends.
He joins fellow Hall of Fans Warren Spahn and Tom Brady as the only players from the last 50 years to be inducted.
It’s the first time in NFL history that Sapp and Brown have been inducted together.
Sapp, the most decorated player in franchise history, retired after the 2010 season after an 18-year career.
The former Alabama and New England Patriots quarterback was a three-time Super Bowl champion, and he was inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Honor in 2011.
Brown was inducting in his fifth season as a Hall of Fan, with his induction ceremony taking place on Saturday at Ford Field in Detroit.
Sapp, who led the NFL in passing yards seven times, passing touchdowns nine times, and rushing yards eight times, retired in 2011 after his 16th NFL season.
Brown won three Super Bowl rings, with two of them coming in 2002 and 2004, when the Ravens won Super Bowl XXXI over the Green Bay Packers.
He was inductees into the Hall of Pro Football in 2001, and became a member of the Pro Bowl in 2004.
Sopp retired as the NFL lead rusher with 6,912 yards.
He set the franchise record for career rushing yards (3,093) in 2007 with 7,095 yards.
The Ravens also won three titles in four seasons under Brown.