Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor

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The Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor honors former players, coaches, club officials, and fans who made outstanding contributions to the Indianapolis Colts football organization. Originally a ring around the former RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana, it currently encircles Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Ring of Honor began on September 23, 1996, with the induction of then owner, Robert Irsay.[1] Since then, seven players (all offensive), two head coaches, and an honor to the fans have been added. Tony Dungy was the first to be added to the ring of honor in Lucas Oil Stadium.

The 12th Man addition to the ring was the last to be added in the RCA Dome. While the ring membership is not increased annually, there was at least one inductee added every year from 2010 to 2013.

Inductees[edit]

Name Position Years With Club Year of Induction
Robert Irsay Owner 1972–1997 1996 [2]
80 Bill Brooks WR 1986–1992 1998 [3]
Ted Marchibroda Head Coach 1975–1979, 1992–1995 2000 [4]
75 Chris Hinton OT, OG 1983–1989 2001 [5]
4 Jim Harbaugh QB 1994–1997 2005 [6]
12th Man Fans 2007 [7]
Tony Dungy Head Coach 2002–2008 2010 [8]
88 Marvin Harrison WR 1996–2008 2011 [9]
32 Edgerrin James RB 1999–2005 2012 [10]
29 Eric Dickerson RB 1987–1991 2013 [11]
28 Marshall Faulk RB 1994–1998 2013 [12]
Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist [13]
Inducted or Enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

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