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Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Kolb was taken in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State, and was also an accomplished Strongman, placing fourth in the World’s Strongest Man competitions of 1978 and 1979.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

A four-time Super Bowl champion, left tackle Jon Kolb was known for shielding Terry Bradshaw’s blindside over his 13-year career in Pittsburgh. He missed just one game between 1971 and 1978.

Kolb was taken in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State, and was also an accomplished Strongman, placing fourth in the World’s Strongest Man competitions of 1978 and 1979.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Ilkin announced his retirement from the booth back June, as he continues to focus on his fight against ALS.

A four-time Super Bowl champion, left tackle Jon Kolb was known for shielding Terry Bradshaw’s blindside over his 13-year career in Pittsburgh. He missed just one game between 1971 and 1978.

Kolb was taken in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State, and was also an accomplished Strongman, placing fourth in the World’s Strongest Man competitions of 1978 and 1979.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

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He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Ilkin joined the Steelers radio broadcast team as a color commentator in 1998, calling games alongside Myron Cope and Bill Hillgrove. He took on the analyst role full-time following Cope’s retirement in 2004.

Ilkin announced his retirement from the booth back June, as he continues to focus on his fight against ALS.

A four-time Super Bowl champion, left tackle Jon Kolb was known for shielding Terry Bradshaw’s blindside over his 13-year career in Pittsburgh. He missed just one game between 1971 and 1978.

Kolb was taken in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State, and was also an accomplished Strongman, placing fourth in the World’s Strongest Man competitions of 1978 and 1979.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

Selected in the sixth round of the 1980 NFL Draft, Ilkin played 13 years for the Steelers at offensive tackle, earning a pair of Pro Bowl nods in 1988 and 1989. He also served a five-year term as the Vice-President of the NFLPA.

Ilkin joined the Steelers radio broadcast team as a color commentator in 1998, calling games alongside Myron Cope and Bill Hillgrove. He took on the analyst role full-time following Cope’s retirement in 2004.

Ilkin announced his retirement from the booth back June, as he continues to focus on his fight against ALS.

A four-time Super Bowl champion, left tackle Jon Kolb was known for shielding Terry Bradshaw’s blindside over his 13-year career in Pittsburgh. He missed just one game between 1971 and 1978.

Kolb was taken in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State, and was also an accomplished Strongman, placing fourth in the World’s Strongest Man competitions of 1978 and 1979.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Saturday that Tunch Ilkin, Jon Kolb, Carnell Lake and Louis Lipps will be inducted into the organization’s Hall of Honor as the Class of 2021.

Selected in the sixth round of the 1980 NFL Draft, Ilkin played 13 years for the Steelers at offensive tackle, earning a pair of Pro Bowl nods in 1988 and 1989. He also served a five-year term as the Vice-President of the NFLPA.

Ilkin joined the Steelers radio broadcast team as a color commentator in 1998, calling games alongside Myron Cope and Bill Hillgrove. He took on the analyst role full-time following Cope’s retirement in 2004.

Ilkin announced his retirement from the booth back June, as he continues to focus on his fight against ALS.

A four-time Super Bowl champion, left tackle Jon Kolb was known for shielding Terry Bradshaw’s blindside over his 13-year career in Pittsburgh. He missed just one game between 1971 and 1978.

Kolb was taken in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State, and was also an accomplished Strongman, placing fourth in the World’s Strongest Man competitions of 1978 and 1979.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Saturday that Tunch Ilkin, Jon Kolb, Carnell Lake and Louis Lipps will be inducted into the organization’s Hall of Honor as the Class of 2021.

Selected in the sixth round of the 1980 NFL Draft, Ilkin played 13 years for the Steelers at offensive tackle, earning a pair of Pro Bowl nods in 1988 and 1989. He also served a five-year term as the Vice-President of the NFLPA.

Ilkin joined the Steelers radio broadcast team as a color commentator in 1998, calling games alongside Myron Cope and Bill Hillgrove. He took on the analyst role full-time following Cope’s retirement in 2004.

Ilkin announced his retirement from the booth back June, as he continues to focus on his fight against ALS.

A four-time Super Bowl champion, left tackle Jon Kolb was known for shielding Terry Bradshaw’s blindside over his 13-year career in Pittsburgh. He missed just one game between 1971 and 1978.

Kolb was taken in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State, and was also an accomplished Strongman, placing fourth in the World’s Strongest Man competitions of 1978 and 1979.

Within a franchise known for outstanding safety play over its illustrious history Carnell Lake was one of the best.

He recorded 823 tackles, 25 sacks and 16 interceptions over his 12-year career, a decade of which he played in Pittsburgh.

Not only was Lake a five-time Pro Bowl selection, but he was also an All-Pro on five occasions, including First-Team in 1997.

Lake also served as the Steelers’ secondary coach from 2011 to 2017.

Last but not least, Louis Lipps burst onto the scene as a dynamic pass catching threat in 1984 when he was named Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Lipps ranks fifth in franchise history with 358 receptions, 6,018 yards and 16 hundred-yard receiving games. He also caught 39 career touchdowns.

Lipps was also an accomplished returner, owning the franchise record for punt return average at 11.3 yards.

He earned two Pro Bowl selections in 1984 and 1985.

The formal induction ceremonies for the class will be held the weekend of Nov. 14 when the Steelers host the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.

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