More than 80 members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame returned for the 2010 Enshrinement. They posed for a group photo prior to a private luncheon on Friday, Aug. 6.
Joe DeLamielleure with Lenny Moore before the Nitschke Luncheon.
Six all-time greats together before the Nitschke Luncheon on Friday afternoon. Left to right: Gale Sayers, Roger Wehrli, Raymond Berry, Bobby Bell, Andre Tippett, and Jackie Smith.
Class of 2010 enshrinee Dick LeBeau, Steelers chairman Dan Rooney, and Hall of Fame receiver Lynn Swann chat before the Nitschke Luncheon held on Friday afternoon.
Floyd Little with John Randle at a reception before the Hall of Famers private luncheon on Friday afternoon.
The Class of 2010 and execs from PNC Bank rang the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange from the Hall's front steps on Friday, Aug. 6, 2010.
The Class of 2010 received their gold Hall of Fame jackets at the Enshrinees Dinner on Friday night.
Peter Finney of the New Orleans Times-Picayune received the McCann Award from Charean Williams, president of the Pro Football Writers of America. The McCann Award is presented to an individual for long and distinguished reporting in the field of pro football.
ESPN's Chris Berman was the recipient of the 2010 Pete Rozelle Radio-TV Award presented annually by the Hall of Fame for “long-time exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football.” He posed with John Saunders who emceed the Enshrinees Dinner on Friday night.
Emmitt Smith and his presenter Jerry Jones ride in the Timken Grand Parade on Saturday, Aug. 7.
John Randle waves to fans along the parade route Saturday morning. More than 200,000 fans attended the Timken Grand Parade.
Cowboys coach Wade Phillips next to a Monday Night Football Display that includes his father Bum's cowboys hat and boots. Phillips and the Cowboys had a private tour of the Hall of Fame on Saturday night.
Dallas QB Tony Romo and his teammates toured the Hall of Fame. He enjoyed seeing his larger than life photo mural in the Hall's "Pro Football Today Gallery."
Aerial view of the 2010 Enshrinement Ceremony. A near capacity crowd witnessed the enshrinement of Russ Grimm, Rickey Jackson, Dick LeBeau, Floyd Little, John Randle, Jerry Rice, and Emmitt Smith.
Dick LeBeau is greeted by Steelers great Mel Blount shortly before Saturday's enshrinement.
A grand new stage that included a large TV screen and banners served as the backdrop for the enshrinement.
Russ Grimm and his presenter Joe Bugel unveil Russ' bust.
Russ Grimm became the first member of the Redskins' famed "Hogs" offensive line to be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Grimm thanked his family, his hometown, teammates, coaches and Redskins fan during his enshrinement speech.
Joe Bugel and Russ Grimm.
Dick LeBeau was the first to the podium on Saturday night.
LeBeau was humbled by the appearance of the entire Pittsburgh Steelers team who were in attendance at Fawcett Stadium. Enshrined as player, LeBeau currently serves as the defensive coordinator for the Steelers.
Dick LeBeau with his brother Bob LeBeau who presented him.
John Randle and his presenter John Teerlinck unveiled John's bronze bust.
John thanked the many people who helped him go from an undrafted free agent to earning a bronze bust in Canton.
John closed his enshrinement speech with these words: "I also am so humbled by this incredible honor which I never thought was possible. Thank you to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, everyone who played a part in electing me for making this small-town kid's dream come true."
John Randle and his presenter John Teerlinck.
Rickey became the first long-time Saints player enshrined into the Hall of Fame.
Rickey talked about his love for his hometown of Pahokee, Florida.
Rickey Jackson and his presenter Tom Benson, owner of the New Orleans Saints, reveal Rickey's bust.
Tom Benson and Rickey Jackson.
Jerry Rice and former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo, Jr. unveil Rice's bust.
Jerry Rice talks about his 20-year NFL career.
" But this is finally it. There are no more routes to run, no more touchdowns to score, no more records to set. That young boy from Mississippi has finally stopped running." - Jerry Rice
Eddie DeBartolo, Jr. and Jerry Rice
Floyd Little treasures the moment with his son Marc as they unveil Floyd's bust.
Little is credited with saving the Broncos franchise as his stardom helped give Denver a football identity in the late '60s.
Little delivered an inspirational speech on Saturday night.
Marc Little with his father Floyd Little.
Emmitt Smith and Jerry Jones unveil Emmitt's bust.
Emmitt Smith thanked his many teammates over the years.
"Now here I am standing at the same podium he did, being inducted into the 2010 Hall of Fame. And you know what, I am, I am, I am now the all-time leading rusher (smiling). Wow, what an honor." - Emmitt Smith
Jerry Jones and Emmitt Smith.
Fireworks capped a night to remember.
The Class of 2010: Emmitt Smith, Dick LeBeau, Russ Grimm, John Randle, Rickey Jackson, Jerry Rice, and Floyd Little
Ron Cortes (left) of the Philadelphia Enquirer was honored as the Photographer of the Year at the GameDay Roundtable Luncheon on Sunday. He was presented with the award by HOF Chairman Tom Schervish.
Hall of Fame WR James Lofton (left), a NFL radio analyst for Westwood One, emceed the GameDay Roundtable Luncheon. Here, he asks Jerry Rice a question.
The seven members of the Class of 2010 took part in Sunday's GameDay Roundtable Luncheon. The popular event allows fans to see the new class engage in a relaxed format. The group shared a number of entertaining stories from their careers.
Rickey Jackson signs an item during a special autograph session featuring all seven members of the Class of 2010.
Russ Grimm signs a hat for a fan.
Dick LeBeau adds his signature to a collectible.
An aerial view of the 2010 HOF Game between the Bengals and Cowboys.
The Class of 2010 was introduced to a national television audience on NBC's Sunday Night Football.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo saw his first action of the 2010 season in the Hall of Fame Game.
The Bengals Terrell Owens was surrounded by media on the Cincinnati sideline at Fawcett Stadium on Sunday. The game marked Owens' third appearance in a Hall of Fame Game.
Hall of Famer Bob Lilly (left) and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones (right) presented Hall of Fame President/Executive Director Steve Perry with mementos during a halftime ceremony that honored the Cowboys' 50th Anniversary Season.