Former Detroit Lions offensive tackle Lomas Brown was named as one of the 57th class of inductees to the Michigan Sports Hall of fame on Monday.
Brown played 18 seasons in the NFL, spent 11 seasons with Detroit and was named to the Lions’s 75th anniversary all-time team.
The 57th class also includes Mateen Cleaves, Tony Dungy, Mark Howe, Dick Kimball, Pamela McGee, Steve Smith and Tyone Wheatley.
The induction ceremony will be held in February.
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