A couple of weeks ago, we asked our readers who they thought the next inductee into the Minnesota Vikings Ring of Honor should be. On Wednesday, the Vikings made the announcement of who that player would be, and it’s someone that’s incredibly deserving of the honor, in this writer’s opinion.
The Vikings have announced that tight end Steve Jordan will be the 25th inductee into the team’s Ring of Honor. The ceremony will take place in Week 8, when the Vikings host the Washington Redskins on Thursday Night Football.
As we pointed out in our initial piece, Jordan is the best tight end in Vikings’ history. He’s currently third in team history in receptions, trailing only Hall of Famers Cris Carter and Randy Moss, and sixth in team history in receiving yards. He spent his entire 13-year career with the Vikings, retiring after the 1994 season.
Congratulations to Steve Jordan on being named the 25th man to be inducted into the Minnesota Vikings’ Ring of Honor! We’ll be looking forward to his enshrinement.