Like many teams, the Minnesota Vikings have a Ring of Honor to celebrate and honor the best players and other employees in team history. The Vikings started their ring of honor in 1998, and six people were inducted during different games during that season. Through 2009, the Vikings had honored 18 different people in this way.

1998

In the first year of the Ring of Honor, the team inducted six people including three players and three people who helped those players and the organization be all that it could be. They were quarterback Fran Tarkenton, safety Paul Krause, defensive tackle Alan Page, head coach Bud Grant, general manager Jim Finks, and medical adviser Fred Zamberletti.

1999

The lone player put in during 1999 was defensive end ufabet เว็บออนไลน์อันดับ1 Jim Marshall.

2001

Three players were honored in 2001, as center Mick Tingelhoff, and offensive tackles Ron Yary and Korey Stringer were both included into this group.

2002

The one player inducted into the Ring of Honor for Minnesota in 2002 was defensive end Carl Eller.

2003

Wide receiver Cris Carter would see his name included with the greats from Vikings past in 2003 when he was named to be a part of this honored group of former players.

2004

Running back Bill Brown, who played with the team from 1962 to 1974, was inducted into Minnesota’s Ring of Honor in 2004.

2005