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An inside look at Donnie Shell’s display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame

From awards to jersey’s, Shell’s items includes artifacts from both the Steelers and South Carolina State

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In preparation for his induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this fall, Donnie Shell has given numerous items to help tell his football story. Over the course of 10 days, the Hall of Fame shared a number of of the artifacts which will go on display in Canton.

The 2020 Hall of Fame class includes three individuals from the Pittsburgh Steelers. Along with safety Donnie Shell are coach Bill Cowher and safety Troy Polamalu. Shell is scheduled to be enshrined as part of the special centennial class on Friday, September 18, 2020. Fellow Steelers Troy Polamalu and Bill Cowher are scheduled to be on enshrined as part of Hall of Fame weekend on August 8th. With the current global pandemic, the August festivities which include the preseason matchup between the Steelers and Dallas Cowboys on Thursday August 6th are still scheduled to proceed. The Hall of Fame has announced they have a number of contingency plans should the ceremony need to be postponed. Although it has not been officially stated, any plans to change the September ceremony would likely not be announced until after and adjustment in Hall of Fame weekend which would occur six weeks prior.

Regardless of when the ceremony is held, here are a number of items announced by the Pro football Hall of Fame which will be included as a part of Donnie Shell’s display. The items range from both Shell’s college and professional career.