Steelers set to announce Hall of Honor class

The Steelers introduced the Hall of Honor in 2017, an idea that came from team President Art Rooney II, along with late Chairman Dan Rooney, to recognize former players, coaches, and front office personnel who played an integral role in the success of the franchise, from the beginning in 1933 until now.

On Friday night at 8 p.m., the Steelers will introduce the newest members who make up the Hall of Honor Class of 2020, and Steelers fans will be able to watch it all unfold via a stream on their digital channels.

Stan Savran, a member of the Hall of Honor selection committee, will host the Hall of Honor Class of 2020 program, which fans can watch on Steelers.com, the team's mobile app, via the teams Twitter and Facebook accounts, and on the YouTube channel. Fans can also listen to the announcement on SNR. In addition to the broadcast at 8 p.m., the show will also be available on demand afterwards. Fans can also follow along using the hashtag #HallofHonor.

Savran will be joined by Art Rooney II, as well as special guests, to talk about the members of the Class of 2020.

To be considered for the Hall of Honor, a player must be retired at least three years and played a minimum of three seasons for the Steelers. Former coaches and contributors had to make significant contributions to the team and community.


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