Bengals announce candidates for 2022 Ring of Honor Class; voting now open
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Two more Cincinnati Bengals legends will be selected by season ticket members and suite holders to join the franchise’s Ring of Honor.
Last season, the organization introduced the Bengals Ring of Honor as a way to honor legends and prominent figures of the franchise.
The four inaugural inductees were Paul Brown, Anthony Muñoz, Ken Anderson and Ken Riley.
The 2022 ballot includes 15 former Bengals.
- Willie Anderson
- Jim Breech
- James Brooks
- Cris Collinsworth
- Isaac Curtis
- Corey Dillon
- Boomer Esiason
- David Fulcher
- Chad Johnson
- Tim Krumrie
- Dave Lapham
- Max Montoya
- Lemar Parrish
- Bob Trumpy
- Reggie Williams
Season ticket members and suite holders can vote now through June 10 on the Official Bengals App.
The two inductees who receive the most votes will be enshrined in the Bengals Ring of Honor during a game at Paul Brown Stadium this season.
The Bengals said the specific game for the induction ceremony will be announced later this summer.
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