GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers plan to induct former wide receiver Antonio Freeman and former running back Dorsey Levens into the team's Hall of Fame.
Freeman played eight seasons for the Packers, appeared in 116 games, with 90 starts.
He ranks sixth on the Packers' all-time list in both receptions (431) and yards (6,651), and third in touchdown receptions (57).
Freeman earned All-Pro honors and was a Pro Bowl selection in 1998 after compiling 1,424 yards to lead the NFL.
Levens played eight seasons in a Packers' uniform, with 53 starts among 102 games played.
He's the Packers' fifth all-time leading rusher, running for 3,937 yards on 1,006 carries, with 28 touchdowns.
Levens also caught 271 passes for 2,079 yards and 16 TDs.
The induction will be held July 18 in the Lambeau Field Atrium.