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Bengals to induct inaugural Ring of Honor class during Week 4 game vs. Jaguars

The Bengals’ first Ring of Honor induction ceremony has a date.

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During their one and only primetime game of the 2021 season, the Cincinnati Bengals will hold an important moment in the middle of it.

The Bengals will announce their inaugural Ring of Honor class during halftime of their Week 4 Thursday night matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Cincinnati’s Ring of Honor was officially announced in April. Hall of Fame left tackle Anthony Munoz and team founder Paul Brown were declared automatic first ballot inductees. From May 24th up until June 18th, season ticket holders and Paul Brown Stadium suite owners were able to vote for two other former Bengals to join Munoz and Brown in this year’s class.

The team will announce the two additional inductees in late July. And just two months after that, the class will be officially inducted under the lights on the last night of September.

Week 4 vs. the Jaguars will be the Bengals’ second home game of the season, and it is the lone night game they have scheduled for this year. Thanks to this news, the stadium will undoubtedly be packed.