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Inducted June 9, 1994 A star lineman on offense and defense, Michaels also served as a kicking specialist for seven teams: two high school, one college and four professional. A left-footed kicker, he did it all: kickoffs, extra points, field goals and punting. The native of...

Inducted June 20, 2019 Defensive lineman at Notre Dame where he starred for three years (1967-1969). In 1969, Mike was a unanimous All-American, chosen as UPI lineman of the year and finished sixth in the Heisman voting. The Green Bay Packers made him the second overall selection...

Inducted June 23, 2016 Chester Marcol kicked in college at Hillsdale where he was a four-time All-American. Drafted in the second round of the 1972 NFL draft (34th overall), he was the second-highest draft selection in league history at his position. During his nine year career,...

Inducted June 10, 1976 A top collegiate quarterback at St. Bonaventure (where he set conference records on offense and passing) and the University of Detroit (where he led the nation with 1,813 yards in total offense in 1952), he went on to play four years with...

Inducted June 8, 1978 A native of Pennsylvania, Lujack was an All-American quarterback who led Notre Dame to national titles in 1946 and 1947. In 1943, as a sophomore, he replaced QB Angelo Bertelli, who left for the service, five days before the Army game. Lujack...

Inducted June 21, 2012 The first quarterback selected in the 1968 NFL Draft, Landry was chosen 11th overall after a stellar career at the University of Massachusetts where he was selected All-Yankee Conference for two seasons. He played 15 seasons in the NFL with the Lions...

Inducted June 9, 2005 Kwalick, born in Pittsburgh, became a star at Penn State University. For his three-year career as a tight end he caught 86 passes for 1,343 yards and 10 touchdowns all Penn State records. Kwalick was the school’s first two-time All-American (1968, 1969)....

Inducted July 18, 1998 Kush capped a brilliant collegiate football career in 1952 by being named an All-American as his Michigan State team went undefeated in nine games and won the National Championship. A native of Windber, PA., Kush played his first two seasons as a...

Inducted September, 2017 Kubiak’s Club. With his win in Super Bowl 50, Gary Kubiak became a member of an exclusive club that also includes another member of the National Polish American Sports Hall of Fame.  Kubiak joins 2001 inductee Mike Ditka, as well as Tom Flores, as...

Inducted June 3, 1982 Born in Pittsburgh but reared in Hamtramck, Michigan, where he starred in baseball and football, Klewicki went to Michigan State University, where he was an All-American defensive end and the Spartans’ MVP in 1934. He was a member of the 1935 world...