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Jordan Gross

Jordan Gross played his entire 11-year career with the Panthers at offensive tackle. He played and started in 167 career games, the most starts of any player in franchise history and the fourth-most game played. He played in nine playoff games as a Panther, tied for third-most playoff appearances in franchise history.

Gross left a legacy as one of Carolina's best and most consistent lineman. He had the most games played by any lineman and appeared in the Pro Bowl in three seasons with an AP All-Pro honor in 2008.

During his career, Gross helped Carolina rank fifth in total rushing yards (22,138) from 2003-13.

Gross was inducted into the Hall of Honor on October 6, 2019.

Jordan Gross Hall of Honor banquet speech

Watch Jordan Gross' speech from the Hall of Honor banquet prior to Sunday's induction ceremony.