Rest of the Class of 2013

  • Updated: February 2, 2013 - 8:14 PM

THE REST OF THE CLASS OF 2013

LARRY ALLEN

Guard/tackle (1994-2007, 203 games)

First-year eligible. ... Played every position on offensive line except center during 12 seasons with Dallas. ... Named first-team All-Pro seven straight years. ... Elected to 11 Pro Bowls. ... Named to NFL All-Decade Teams of 1990s and 2000s.

JONATHAN OGDEN

Offensive tackle (1996-2007, 177 games)

First-year eligible. ... Played his entire career with the Baltimore Ravens. ... Was first-ever draft pick by the Ravens. Taken in the first round (fourth player overall) in 1996. ... Was an instant starter for Baltimore. ... Had great size and was noted as strong pass protector as well as effective run blocker.

BILL PARCELLS

Head coach (1983-1990, 1993-99, 2003-06)

Regular season record of 172-130-1. Postseason record of 11-8. ... Led N.Y. Giants to Super Bowls XXI and XXV victories. ... Guided Patriots to Super Bowl XXXI appearance. ... First to coach four different teams into the playoffs. ... Finished in first or second place in his division 11 times.

WARREN SAPP

Defensive tackle (1995-2007, 198 games)

First-year eligible. ... Selected in first round (12th player overall) by Tampa Bay in 1995 NFL draft and became an instant starter. ... Amassed 96 1/2 career sacks, including 16 1/2 in 2000, despite playing on interior of defensive line. Named 1999 NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

CURLEY CULP

Defensive tackle (1968-1981, 179 games)

Senior nominee. ... Twelve of his 14 seasons were split between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Oilers. Selected in second round in 1968 draft by the Denver Broncos. ... Denver attempted to switch him to offense before trading him to the Chiefs during training camp.

DAVE ROBINSON

Linebacker (1963-74, 155 games)

Senior nominee. ... Selected in first round by Green Bay in 1963 NFL draft. Played all but two seasons with the Packers. Quickly built reputation as big-play performer. ... Starting OLB in Packers' victories in Super Bowls I and II.

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