Cincinnati Bengals fans have spoken — the Kens are in.
Thursday, the Bengals announced the final two members of the team’s inaugural Ring of Honor class, with Ken Riley and Ken Anderson getting the nod from fan voters. They’ll join Paul Brown and Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz in the inaugural four-person class.
“Both of them quality people. They led exemplary lives after their playing days,” Bengals president Mike Brown said, per Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com. “They are the kind of people you’d like to have as ex-players. Players who reflect credit for who they are as people and credit on the team.”
The class will be enshrined at halftime during Cincinnati’s Sept. 30 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, a primetime game.
Riley and Anderson were two of 17 nominees for the final two spots, voted upon by fans.