The Canadian Football Hall of Fame has introduced the induction Class of 2013.
Two former Tiger-Cats stars will be inducted into the Hall this fall, Earl Winfield and Miles Gorrell.
The other inductees are longtime referee Jake Ireland, former Argos offensive lineman Dan Ferrone, Eskimos receiver Brian Fryer and St. Francis Xavier head coach Don Loney.
Winfield spent 11 seasons in the CFL, all with Hamilton, and is the team's all-time leader with 10,119 receiving yards.
Earl "The Pearl" caught 573 passes and scored 75 touchdowns, and was twice named a CFL All-Star, in 1988 and 1995.
Winfield is best known for his exploits on Labour Day, September 5th, 1988.
In leading the Tiger-Cats over Toronto 56-28 at Ivor Wynne Stadium, Winfield became the first player in CFL history to score a touchdown three different ways in one game.
He had a 101-yard punt return for a touchdown, a 100-yard kickoff return for a score, and a reception for a touchdown.
Gorrell was a 5-time CFL East Division All-Star offensive lineman.
He played in 321 CFL games from 1978 to 1996, the fourth most ever, with Calgary, Ottawa, Montreal, Hamilton and Winnipeg.
Gorrell won the 1986 Grey Cup with the Ticats and also won the Vanier Cup in 1975 with the University of Ottawa.
The Gee-Gees Miles Gorrell Award for Best Lineman is named in his honour.
Ireland, a Hamilton native and former Stelco worker of 31 years, was a CFL referee for 30 seasons.
He officiated 555 games and 15 Grey Cups, including the 96th Grey Cup in 2008, his final game.
Ireland is now the lead replay official in the CFL's Replay Command Centre.
In 12 CFL seasons, Ferrone won two Grey Cup championships with the Argonauts in 1983 and 1991.
He was a 5-time CFL All-Star, coached offensive line in 2002, and became President of the Argos in 2004.
Ferrone also served as President of the CFL Players Association from '92 to 2000.
Fryer, a talented receiver, won the 1975 Hec Crighton Trophy with the University of Alberta before going on to win five Grey Cups with the Edmonton Eskimos from 1978 to 1982.
Loney played for the Argonauts and Ottawa Rough Riders from 1946 to 1951, winning two Grey Cups along the way.
He became the head coach at St. Francis Xavier and led the X-Men from 1957 to '73, where he compiled a record of 133-31-and-2.
Loney led St. FX to nine conference titles, four Atlantic bowls and the 1966 College Bowl, now the Vanier Cup.
Loney passed away in 2004 at the age of 80.
He is also a member of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
Today's announcement coincides with the Canadian Football Hall of Fame's 50th anniversary celebrations.
This year's Hall of Fame dinner will be held this fall in Edmonton.