Orlando Pace, Kevin Greene Inducted Into Hall Of Fame

It is truly an exciting time to be a Los Angeles Rams fan. While the city continues to embrace their new football team, the Rams return with its reputation of having some of the best players to ever play the game.

This year’s 2016 Hall of Fame class furthers that notion as two former Rams players, offensive tackle Orlando Pace and linebacker Kevin Greene, were officially inducted into this prestigious club:

Pace was taken with the first overall pick by the Rams and went on to make seven straight Pro Bowls from 1999-2005, including All-Pro First Team honors three times. His lightning fast footwork was uncanny for a man of his size as he was truly the foundation on which the “Greatest Show on Turf” was built.

The Rams took Greene as a steal in the fifth round with the 113th pick of the 1985 NFL Draft. Green anchored the the Rams defensive pass rush in his first eight seasons in the league. A three-time All-Pro First Team, Greene retired as the league’s leader in sacks by a linebacker and third-most sacks in NFL history.

It was a special night for the Rams as it featured players from both the previous Los Angeles and St. Louis teams. Regardless, this Rams franchise seems focused on churning out a few more in the later future.