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Dan Marino and Steve Young
Steve Young and Dan Marino defined greatness under center.
Class Acts
It was a five-star day in Canton for four special QBs. In front of thousands wearing their jerseys, Dan Marino and Steve Young led the way into the Hall of Fame, joined by the late Fritz Pollard and Benny Friedman. Story
 

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Dan Marino, Steve Young, Benny Friedman and Fritz Pollard make up the Class of 2005.



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2005 HALL OF FAME CLASS
DAN MARINO
Dan Marino Position: Quarterback
Team: Miami Dolphins
Years: 1983-1999
Seasons: 17
Honors and Achievements:
• 9-time Pro Bowl selection
• 8-time All-Pro selection
• 6-time All-AFC selection
• 1983 Rookie of the Year
• 1984 NFL Most Valuable Player
Marino's career statistics
STEVE YOUNG
Steve Young Position: Quarterback
Teams: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
San Francisco 49ers
Years: 1985-1999
Seasons: 15
Honors and Achievements:
• 7-time Pro Bowl selection
• 4-time All-Pro selection
• 3-time All-NFC selection
• 2-time NFL Most Valuable Player
• Super Bowl XXIX Most Valuable Player
Young's career statistics
FRITZ POLLARD
Fritz Pollard Position: Running Back, Coach
Teams: Akron Pros, Milwaukee Badgers, Hammond Pros, Gilberton Cadamounts (independent), Providence Steam Roller
Years: 1919-1926
Seasons: 8
Honors and Achievements:
• 2-time All-America, Brown University
• All-NFL in 1920
• First African-American head coach in NFL history
BENNY FRIEDMAN
Bennie Friedman Position: Quarterback
Teams: Cleveland Bulldogs, Detroit Wolverines, New York Giants, Brooklyn Dodgers
Years: 1927-1934
Seasons: 8
Honors and Achievements:
• 4-time All-NFL selection
• 4-time league leader in TD passes
• Led league in TDs passing and rushing (1928)

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