Brett Favre, QB

Atlanta (1991), Green Bay (1992-2007), N.Y. Jets (2008), Vikings (2009-10). At the time of his retirement, had NFL records for completions, attempts, yards and touchdowns. Three-time NFL MVP, won Super Bowl XXXI.

Presenter: Wife, Deanna.

Kevin Greene, LB/DE

L.A. Rams (1985-92), Pittsburgh (1993-95), Carolina (1996, 98-99), San Francisco (1997). First team All-Pro with three different teams. Had 160 sacks.

Presenter: Former Panthers and Steelers coach Dom Capers.

Marvin Harrison, WR

Indianapolis (1996-2008). Set NFL record in 2002 with 143 receptions. Won Super Bowl XLI. Second all-time with 1,102 catches; finished with 14,580 yards and 128 TDs.

Presenter: Colts owner Jim Irsay.

Orlando Pace, OT

St. Louis (1997-08), Chicago (2009). Anchored line for "Greatest Show on Turf" with Rams. Five-time All-Pro, won Super Bowl in St. Louis.

Presenter: Son Justin Pace.

Ken Stabler, QB (posthumously)

Oakland (1970-79), Houston (1980-81), New Orleans (1982-84). Career .661 win percentage, won Super Bowl XI. Died last year at age 69. Senior committee nominee.

Presenter: Hall of Fame coach John Madden (via video).

Dick Stanfel, G (posthumously)

Detroit (1952-55), Washington (1956-58). Dominant player as Lions won back-to-back NFL titles. First-team All-Pro five times. Died last year at age 87. Senior committee nominee.

Presenter: Hall of Fame coach Marv Levy.

Tony Dungy, coach

Tampa Bay (1996-2001) and Indianapolis (2002-08). First black coach to win Super Bowl. Overall record 148-79, made playoffs in 11 of 13 seasons.

Presenter: Former Steelers teammate Donnie Shell.

Edward DeBartolo Jr., owner

San Francisco (1977-2000). During his ownership, 49ers won 13 division titles, had 16 playoff appearances, advanced to NFC title game 10 times and won five Super Bowls. Contributor category.

Presenter: Daughter Lisa DeBartolo.

From staff reports