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By Lindsay Hood
|  Thursday, Oct 21, 2010  |  Updated 1:14 PM PDT
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Chargers Fun Fact: Team Hall of Fame

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SAN DIEGO - OCTOBER 14: Tight End Antonio Gates #85 and Philip Rivers #17 of the San Diego Chargers walk through the tunnel prior to their game against the Oakland Raiders on October 14, 2007 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Antonio Gates;Philip Rivers

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Chargers Fun Fact: The Chargers' Hall of Fame was created in 1976. The first four players inducted into the Chargers Hall of Fame was Frank Buncom, LB, Emil Karas, LB, Bob Laraba, LB, and Jacque MacKinnon.

Here is a look at the rest of the Chargers' Hall of Fame roster...

CHARGERS HALL OF FAME
1976 — Frank Buncom,* LB, 1962-67
               Emil Karas,* LB, 1960-64, 66
               Bob Laraba,* LB, 1960-61
               Jacque MacKinnon,* TE, 1961-69
1977 — Lance Alworth, WR, 1962-70
1978 — Ron Mix, T, 1960-69
1979 — Paul Lowe, RB, 1960-68
1980 — Barron Hilton, Majority Owner, 1960-66
Keith Lincoln, RB, 1961-66, 1968
1981 — Ernie Ladd, DT, 1961-65
Walt Sweeney, G, 1963-73
1983 — John Hadl, QB, 1962-72
1984 — Chuck Allen, LB, 1961-69
1985 — Gary Garrison, WR, 1966-76
               Sid Gillman, Head Coach, 1960-69, 1971
1986 — Earl Faison, DE, 1961-66
1993 — Dan Fouts, QB, 1973-87
               Charlie Joiner, WR, 1976-86
1994 — Don Coryell, Head Coach, 1978-86
1995 — Leslie “Speedy” Duncan, CB, 1964-70
1995 — Kellen Winslow, TE, 1979-87
1995 — Russ Washington, T, 1968-82
1996 — George Pernicano, Minority Owner, 1961-present
1997 — Rolf Benirschke, K, 1977-86
1998 — Gill Byrd, CB, 1983-92
1999 — Gary “Big Hands” Johnson, DL, 1975-84
2000 — Doug Wilkerson, OL, 1971-84
2001 — Wes Chandler, WR, 1981-87
2002 — Stan Humphries, QB, 1992-97
               Bobby Ross, Head Coach, 1992-96
2003 — Louie Kelcher, DT, 1975-83
2004 — Don Macek, C, 1976-89
                Ed White, G, 1978-85
2008 — Fred Dean, DE, 1975-81

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