Larry Allen will receive his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring during a ceremony at halftime of Sunday's Cowboys-Redskins game at AT&T Stadium.
Allen, along with wide receiver Cris Carter, defensive tackle Curley Culp, tackle Jonathan Ogden, Parcells, linebacker Dave Robinson, and defensive tackle Warren Sapp, was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 3. It was during the enshrinement ceremony held inside Canton’s Fawcett Stadium that Allen, with help from his presenter Jerry Jones, unveiled the bronze bust that resides permanently in the Hall of Fame.
On the eve of that ceremony, Allen received his Hall of Fame Gold Jacket.
The bust, jacket, and the ring are the three physical icons that represent an individual’s induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Allen, an 11-time Pro Bowler, is the 14th long-time member of the Cowboys organization to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The others are: Troy Aikman, Tony Dorsett, Bob Hayes, Michael Irvin, Tom Landry, Bob Lilly, Mel Renfro, Deion Sanders, Tex Schramm, Emmitt Smith, Roger Staubach, Randy White, and Rayfield Wright.