On the night when WR Garrett Wilson and CB Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner won both Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year awards, two former Jets were selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. After decades of waiting DL Joe Klecko who played 12 seasons for the Gang Green finally got the nod. CB Darrelle Revis, on the other hand, did not have to wait at all. The former 4-time All-Pro and 7-time Pro Bowler was selected in the first year of eligibility.
Klecko played for the Jets from 1977 to 1988. He's the only player in history to be selected to the Pro Bowl at three different positions (DE in 1981, DT in 1983-84 and NT in 1985). He was also a 2-time first team All-Pro, recording a career high 20.5 sacks in 1981.
Revis was drafted by the Jets at #14 overall in 2007 and quickly became the game's most dominant shut down corner. He played 8 seasons for the Jets, intercepting 25 passes and defending 112. He also forced one fumble and recovered 10.