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Bengals News (7/23): Kens to the Hall

Ken Riley and Ken Anderson have officially joined the join the Bengals’ 2021 Ring of Honor Class.

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Ken Anderson and Ken Riley join the Bengals Ring of Honor 2021 Class
The voters offered a fitting tribute on the 40th anniversary of the first AFC championship season when Bengals Season Ticket Holders selected Ken Anderson and Ken Riley to join fellow Super Bowl starter Anthony Munoz and club founder Paul Brown, the leading architect of what is generally regarded as the best Bengals' greatest team.

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Anderson’s 16 seasons are the most by a Bengals player. The four-time Pro Bowler played 192 games in a career highlighted by leading the Bengals to their first Super Bowl while winning the NFL MVP and passing title in 1981. Anderson is one of five players in NFL history to win at least four league passing titles, and the only one to win consecutive passing titles in two different decades — 1974-75 and 1981-82.

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