Pro Football Hall of Fame Game

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame Game is an annual National Football League (NFL) exhibition game that is held the weekend of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's induction ceremonies. The game is played at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, which is part of Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village and is located adjacent to the Hall of Fame building in Canton, Ohio. The inaugural Hall of Fame Game was held on August 11, 1962.

Game history

Date/Season Team(s) Type
August 11, 1962 St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Giants Program
September 8, 1963 Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Program
September 6, 1964 Baltimore Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Program
September 12, 1965 Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions Program
August 8, 1970 Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints Program
July 31, 1971 Los Angeles Rams vs. Houston Oilers Program
July 24, 1976 Detroit Lions vs. Denver Broncos Program
August 1, 1981 Cleveland Browns vs. Atlanta Falcons Program
August 7, 1982 Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Colts Program
July 27, 1991 Denver Broncos vs. Detroit Lions Program
August 1, 1992 Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Jets Program
July 29, 1995 Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Carolina Panthers Program
July 27, 1996 New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts Program
July 26, 1997 Seattle Seahawks vs. Minnesota Vikings Program
July 31, 2000 San Francisco 49ers vs. New England Patriots Program
August 6, 2001 Miami Dolphins vs. St. Louis Rams Program
August 4, 2003 Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers Program
August 9, 2004 Denver Broncos vs. Washington Redskins Program
August 8, 2005 Miami Dolphins vs. Chicago Bears Program
National Football League (2022)
AFC East North South West
Buffalo Bills (Highmark Stadium)
Miami Dolphins (Hard Rock Stadium)
New England Patriots (Gillette Stadium)
New York Jets (MetLife Stadium)
Baltimore Ravens (M&T Bank Stadium)
Cincinnati Bengals (Paul Brown Stadium)
Cleveland Browns (FirstEnergy Stadium)
Pittsburgh Steelers (Heinz Field)
Houston Texans (NRG Stadium)
Indianapolis Colts (Lucas Oil Stadium)
Jacksonville Jaguars (TIAA Bank Field)
Tennessee Titans (Nissan Stadium)
Denver Broncos (Empower Field at Mile High)
Kansas City Chiefs (Arrowhead Stadium)
Las Vegas Raiders (Allegiant Stadium)
Los Angeles Chargers (SoFi Stadium)
NFC East North South West
Dallas Cowboys (AT&T Stadium)
New York Giants (MetLife Stadium)
Philadelphia Eagles (Lincoln Financial Field)
Washington Commanders (FedExField)
Chicago Bears (Soldier Field)
Detroit Lions (Ford Field)
Green Bay Packers (Lambeau Field)
Minnesota Vikings (U.S. Bank Stadium)
Atlanta Falcons (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
Carolina Panthers (Bank of America Stadium)
New Orleans Saints (Caesars Superdome)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Raymond James Stadium)
Arizona Cardinals (State Farm Stadium)
Los Angeles Rams (SoFi Stadium)
San Francisco 49ers (Levi's Stadium)
Seattle Seahawks (Lumen Field)
Defunct franchises Akron Pros/Akron Indians • Baltimore Colts • Brooklyn Dodgers • Buffalo NFL teams • Canton Bulldogs • Cincinnati Reds • Dallas Texans • Detroit Wolverines • Frankford Yellow Jackets • Kansas City Cowboys • Orange/Newark Tornadoes • Pottsville Maroons/Boston Bulldogs • Racine Tornadoes • Rock Island Independents • All defunct franchises
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Members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Quarterbacks Aikman • Baugh • George Blanda • Bradshaw • Clark • Conzelman • L. Dawson • Driscoll • Elway • Favre • Fouts • Friedman • Graham • Griese • Herber • Jurgensen • J. Kelly • Layne • Luckman • Manning • Marino • Montana • Moon • Namath • A. Parker • Stabler • Starr • Staubach • Fran Tarkenton • Y.A. Tittle • Johnny Unitas • Van Brocklin • Warner • Waterfield • S. Young
Running Backs M. Allen • Battles • Bettis • J. Brown • Campbell • Tony Canadeo • Csonka • T. Davis • Eric Dickerson • Tony Dorsett • Bill Dudley • Marshall Faulk • Frank Gifford • Red Grange • Joe Guyon • F. Harris • Hinkle • Hornung • James • John Henry Johnson • Leroy Kelly • Curly Lambeau • Tuffy Leemans • Floyd Little • Martin • Matson • McAfee • McElhenny • McNally • Moore • Motley • Bronko Nagurski • Ernie Nevers • Walter Payton • Perry • Pollard • Riggins • B. Sanders • Sayers • Simpson • E. Smith • Strong • Jim Taylor • T. Thomas • Thorpe • Tomlinson • Trippi • Van Buren • Walker
Wide Receivers / Ends Alworth • Badgro • Raymond Berry • Fred Biletnikoff • Tim Brown • Isaac Bruce • Harold Carmichael • Carter • Chamberlin • Fears • Flaherty • Halas • Harrison • Hayes • Hewitt • Hirsch • Hutson • Irvin • C. Johnson • Joiner • Largent • Lavelli • Lofton • Maynard • McDonald • Millner • Bobby Mitchell • Art Monk • Randy Moss • Owens • Pearson • Pihos • A. Reed • Rice • Speedie • Stallworth • Swann • C. Taylor • Warfield
Tight Ends Casper • Ditka • Gonzalez • Mackey • Newsome • C. Sanders • Sharpe • J. Smith • Winslow
Offensive Linemen L. Allen • Boselli • B. Brown • R. Brown • Covert • Creekmur • D. Dawson • DeLamielleure • Dierdorf • Faneca • Gatski • Gregg • Grimm • Hannah • Hickerson • Hill • Hutchinson • S. Jones • W. Jones • Kramer • Langer • L. Little • Mack • Matthews • Mawae • McCormack • McDaniel • Mix • Munchak • Muñoz • Ogden • Otto • Pace • J. Parker • Ringo • Roaf • Shaw • A. Shell • Shields • J. Slater • St. Clair • Stanfel • Stephenson • Tingelhoff • Upshaw • Webster • Wright • Yary • Zimmerman
Pre-modern era two-way players Edwards • Fortmann • Healey • Hein • Henry • Hubbard • Walt Kiesling • Bruiser Kinard • Link Lyman • Michalske • Musso • Owen • D. Slater • Stydahar • Trafton • Turner • Wojciechowicz
Defensive Linemen Doug Atkins • Elvin Bethea • Buck Buchanan • Curley Culp • Willie Davis • Fred Dean • Richard Dent • Chris Doleman • Art Donovan • Carl Eller • Len Ford • Joe Greene • Charles Haley • Dan Hampton • Claude Humphrey • Deacon Jones • Henry Jordan • Alex Karras • Cortez Kennedy • Bob Lilly • Howie Long • Gino Marchetti • Leo Nomellini • Merlin Olsen • Alan Page • John Randle • Andy Robustelli • Warren Sapp • Lee Roy Selmon • Richard Seymour • Bruce Smith • Ed Sprinkle • Ernie Stautner • Michael Strahan • Jason Taylor • Arnie Weinmeister • Randy White • Reggie White • Bill Willis • Bryant Young • Jack Youngblood
Linebackers Bednarik • Bo. Bell • Brazile • Brooks • Buoniconti • Butkus • Carson • Connor • George • K. Greene • Ham • Hanburger • Hendricks • Huff • Jackson • Lambert • Lanier • Lewis • Mills • Nitschke • Richter • D. Robinson • Schmidt • Seau • Singletary • L. Taylor • D. Thomas • Tippett • Urlacher • Wilcox
Defensive Backs Adderley • Atwater • Bailey • Barney • Blount • W. Brown • J. Butler • L. Butler • Christiansen • Dawkins • Dillon • Easley • Green • C. Harris • Haynes • Houston • J. Johnson • Krause • Lane • Yale Lary • Ty Law • Dick LeBeau • Lott • Lynch • Polamalu • E. Reed • Renfro • J. Robinson • D. Sanders • D. Shell • E. Thomas • Tunnell • Roger Wehrli • Aeneas Williams • Larry Wilson • Wood • C. Woodson • R. Woodson
Placekickers and Punters Andersen • Groza • Guy • Stenerud
Coaches G. Allen • P. Brown • Chamberlin • Conzelman • Cowher • Dungy • Ewbank • Flaherty • Flores • Gibbs • Gillman • Grant • George Halas • Jimmy Johnson • Curly Lambeau • Landry • Levy • Lombardi • Madden • Neale • Noll • Owen • Parcells • Shula • Stram • Vermeil • Walsh
Contributors Beathard • Be. Bell • Bidwill • Bowlen • Brandt • Carr • A. Davis • Edward J. DeBartolo Jr. • Finks • Halas • Hunt • J. Jones • Curly Lambeau • Tim Mara • Wellington Mara • George Preston Marshall • Bill Nunn • Polian • Ray • Reeves • A. Rooney • D. Rooney • Rozelle • E. Sabol • S. Sabol • Schramm • Tagliabue • R. Wilson • Wolf • G. Young
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