Parcells, Sapp, Carter Among 7 Hall Inductees
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Coach Bill Parcells, Warren Sapp, Cris Carter, Jonathan Ogden and Larry Allen have been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The class of 2013 also includes a pair of senior selections, Curley Culp and Dave Robinson. (Feb. 2)

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SHOTLIST:SOURCE - AP ImagesLocation - VariousCOACH BILL PARCELLS LEADS A CLASS OF SEVEN NEW MEMBERS OF THE PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME. THE SUPER BOWL WINNING COACH WILL BE JOINED BY WARREN SAPP, CRIS CARTER, LARRY ALLEN AND JONATHAN OGDEN. THE CLASS WILL ALSO INCLUDE TWO SENIOR SELECTIONS. PARCELLS WON TWO SUPER BOWLS WITH THE NEW YOUR GIANTS, AND ALSO COACHED THE JETS, PATRIOTS AND COWBOYS DURING HIS NINETEEN YEARS AS A HEAD COACH. SAPP GETS IN ON HIS FIRST YEAR OF ELIGIBILITY HAVING AMASSED 96 AND A HALF SACKS IN HIS THIRTEEN SEASONS. CARTER SCORED A 130 TOUCHDOWNS AND WAS JUST THE SECOND PLAYER IN HISTORY TO REACH 1000 CAREER RECEPTIONS. ALLEN SPENT MOST OF HIS CAREER WITH THE COWBOYS, PLAYING EVERY POSITION ON THE OFFENSIVE LINE EXCEPT CENTER. OGDEN WAS A SIX TIME ALL-PRO AS THE LEFT TACKLE OF THE BALTIMORE RAVENS FOR 12 SEASONS. HE MADE THE PRO BOWL 11 TIMES. OGDEN AND ALLEN WERE ALSO ON THE BALLOT FOR THE FIRST TIME. AMONG THOSE WHO DIDN'T MAKE THE FINAL CUT, RUNNING BACK JEROME BETTIS AND THE LATE ART MODELL, WHO OWNED THE CLEVELAND BROWNS BEFORE MOVING THEM TO BALTIMORE WHERE THEY BECOME THE RAVENS.