A packed Pro Football Hall of Fame Field at Fawcett Stadium was the site for the 2005 Enshrinement Ceremony.
A large stage was erected in the east end zone of the stadium.
Thousands of fans traveled from South Florida for the enshrinement.
ESPN's Chris Berman served as the emcee for the enshrinement.
Berman introduced, like only he can, the 50 returning Hall of Famers who were on stage to welcome the Class of 2005.
Commissioner Paul Tagliabue addressed the crowd at the beginning of the induction.
David Friedman (representing his uncle) and Steven Towns (representing his grandfather) wait for the ceremony to begin.
Steve Young and Dan Marino moments before the start of enshrinement ceremony.
Football legends greet Daniel Marino. From left: Anthony Muñoz, Don Shula, Franco Harris, Lem Barney, Marcus Allen, and Billy Shaw (background with sunglasses).
Dwight Stephenson and Ronnie Lott returned to Canton to welcome their former teammates into the Hall of Fame.