Lee Roy was an All-Amercian at Oklahoma.
Lee Roy was the Buccaneers' first ever draft pick. Here, he poses with Tampa Bay's late owner Hugh Culverhouse following the 1976 NFL Draft.
Selmon earned All-Rookie honors in 1976 despite missing six games due to injury.
Selmon became one of the most dominant defensive ends in the NFL in the late '70s and early '80s.
Lee Roy amassed 78 1/2 career sacks.
Selmon earned All-Pro honors three times, named All-NFC five times, and voted to six Pro Bowls during his career with the Buccaneers that spanned from 1976 to 1984.
Lee Roy was the anchor of a Bucs team that went from 0-26 to winning the NFC Central Division in 1979 and 1981.
Selmon was a devastating pass rusher and was named the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1980s (second team).
Selmon led the way in the Bucs' first-ever playoff win, a 24-17 victory over the Eagles in the 1979 NFC Divsional Playoff Game.
Selmon answers questions from the media on the morning of his 1995 induction.
Lee Roy reflects on becoming the first Buccaneer to be enshrined into the Hall of Fame.
Dewey and Lee Roy share a moment on the Enshrinement stage.
Lee Roy was humbled by his enshrinement into the Hall.
Selmon's bust on stage during the 1995 Enshrinement ceremony.
Lee Roy became the first Buccaneers player to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame quarterback Otto Graham shared a laugh with Lee Roy and Dewey during the 1995 Hall of Fame celebration weekend.
Lee Roy's presenter was his brother, and former Bucs teammate, Dewey Selmon.
The Selmon family poses with Lee Roy's bronze bust.
A proud Selmon family.
Lee Roy was honored at halftime of the 1995 HOF Game.
Lee Roy's Hall of Fame mural.
Lee Roy's bronze bust.