The New York Jets will induct former Offensive Tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Center Nick Mangold, and Cornerback Darrelle Revis into the team’s Ring of Honor at select home games this season. In 2010, the team created the Ring of Honor to celebrate Jets greats and commemorate their place in team history.
About This Years Nominees
Mangold spent all 11 NFL seasons with the Jets after being drafted by the team in the 2006 NFL Draft alongside Ferguson and was selected to the All-Rookie Team by PFWA after becoming the first rookie center in franchise history to start all 16 games. The All-Pro center started in all 164 games he appeared in, adding seven starts in the postseason. Mangold finished his career as a seven-time Pro Bowl selection (2008-11, 2013-15) and three-time All Pro (2009-11). He will be inducted into the Ring of Honor when the Jets host the defending AFC Champion Bengals in Week Three (9/25).
Ferguson was selected to the All-Rookie Team in 2006 and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection (2009-11). During his 10 seasons in the NFL, Ferguson never missed a game or practice, appearing in 10,707 snaps out of a possible 10,708, while starting a consecutive 160 games, including seven postseason games. Ferguson will be inducted into the Ring of Honor when the Jets host the Patriots Week Eight (10/30).
Revis, a first-round selection by the Jets in 2007, spent eight of 11 NFL seasons with the team and was a seven-time Pro Bowl selection (2008-11, 2013-15), four-time first team All Pro (2009-11, 2014) and a Super Bowl Champion (2014). In his eight seasons with the Jets, Revis started all 108 games he appeared in and ranked third in franchise history with 25 interceptions. Revis was named Curtis Martin Team MVP twice in his career (2009, 2011). Revis will be inducted into the Ring of Honor during the team’s Week 12 matchup against the Bears (11/27).
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