Longtime Eagles ticket manager Leo Carlin and five-time Pro Bowl cornerback Troy Vincent will be the newest members of the team's Hall of Fame this season.
They will be formally inducted during halftime of the Eagles' game against Carolina at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday, Nov. 26.
Carlin, 75, has been with the Eagles since joining them as a part-time ticket office employee in 1960. He joined the front office full-time in 1964 and took over ticket operations as the team's business manager in the 1970s.
"Leo Carlin has had an incredible, 53-year career with the Eagles," Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said in a statement. "As a longtime leader of the Eagles ticket office, he has been the face of our business to literally generations of fans. He has also been a pioneering business executive who has earned the trust and respect of his fellow employees for five decades."
Vincent, 42, played eight seasons for the Eagles from 1996-2003. The Trenton native collected 28 interceptions during that span, good for seventh on the team's alltime list, along with 10 forced fumbles, six fumble recoveries and an interception return for a touchdown.
Vincent's five Pro Bowl berths (1999-2003) are tied with fellow Eagles Hall of Famer Eric Allen for the most in franchise history among cornerbacks.
"Troy Vincent was one of the best defensive players to ever put on an Eagles uniform," Lurie said in a statement. "He was both a great playmaker and a true shutdown corner, but what raised his greatness to another level was the way he approached the game. He was a spokesman for the defense and his leadership set the tone for both the younger players on the team and the veterans."
Carlin and Vincent will become the 36th and 37th members of the Eagles Hall of Fame. Also this season, former safety Brian Dawkins will have his No. 20 jersey retired during the Eagles' home opener against the New York Giants on Sept. 16.