New Orleans Saints Football Hall of Fame Members
Discover which Saints players, coaches and front office officials have had the honor of
being recognized as Saints legends.
Tom Dempsey
His NFL record 63-yard last second
field goal against Detroit, not only
defeated the Lions in 1970, but it
still ranks as the longest field goal
in league history.
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21 years after the franchise's inaugural season kicked off in 1967,
the New Orleans Saints inducted their first members into the
team's hall of fame
Archie Manning
After being selected in the first
round of the 1971 draft, Manning
was a longtime face of the
franchise and is still a beloved
figure to Saints fans
New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame Inductees
Year
Honorees
1988
Archie Manning (QB) and Danny Abramowicz
(WR)
1989
Tommy Myers (S) and Tom Dempsey (K)
1990
Billy Kilmer (QB)
1991
Derland Moore (DT) and Tony Galbreath (RB)
1992
George Rogers (RB), Jake Kupp (G), and
John Hill (C)
1993
Joe Federspiel (LB)
1994
Jim Finks (GM) and Henry Childs (TE)
1995
Bob Pollard (DE) and Doug Atkins (DE)
1996
Dave Whitsell (DB) and Dave Waymer (DB)
1997
Rickey Jackson (LB) and Stan Brock (T)
1998
Dalton Hilliard (RB) and Sam Mills (LB)
1999
Bobby Hebert (QB) and Eric Martin (WR)
2000
Vaughan Johnson (LB) and Pat Swilling (LB)
2001
Hoby Brenner (TE) and Jim Wilks (DE)
2002
Jim Mora (Coach) and Frank Warren (DE)
2003
Wayne Martin (DE) and Jim Dombrowski (G/T)
2004
Rueben Mayes (RB) and Steve Sidwell (Ast.
Coach)
2005
No induction due to Hurricane Katrina
2006
Joel Hilgenberg (C/G)
2007
Joe Johnson (DE)
2008
Willie Roaf (T)
2009
Morten Andersen (K)
2010
Joe Horn (WR)
Source:NewOrleansSaints.com
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Rickey Jackson
This former Saints LB was drafted
by the franchise in 1981 and played
for the team through 1993.  Not only
did he retire as one of the top NFL
career sack leaders, but he
became the first former player to be
inducted into the Pro Football Hall
of Fame as a New Orleans Saint.
Bobby Hebert
Known as the "Cajun Cannon",
Hebert was the QB for the Saints
from 1985 to 1992.  Hebert led the
franchise to its first winning
season and first playoff
appearance in 1987.