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Hall of Honor

The Carolina Panthers Hall of Honor was established in 1997 to honor individuals for their contributions to the Carolina Panthers organization. Each inductee is honored with a life-sized bronze statue outside of Bank of America Stadium's North Entrance, while the names of each original PSL owner are written on the black granite base at each of the six Panther statues. A rule added in the mid-2000s by the Panthers organization requires all potential inductees to have been retired for at least five years before being eligible for induction.

Carolina Panthers Hall of Honor
Player Position Tenure Inducted
n/a Mike McCormack Executive Consultant
General Manager
Team President
1989–1997 September 21, 1997
51 Sam Mills Leader
Gentleman Linebacker
1995–1997 September 27, 1998
n/a PSL Owners n/a n/a September 13, 2004
† denotes retired number

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