Center Dermontti Dawson and defensive back Jack Butler, a pair of former Steelers greats, were among the group named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Dawson, a seven-time All-Pro, was a member of the NFL's all-decade team for the '90s. He played in 184 career games for the Steelers and helped redefine the center position.
Butler, a member of the all-decade team for the '50s, had 52 career interceptions in nine seasons with the Steelers.
Also inducted were a pair of Pitt products, running back Curtis Martin and defensive lineman Chris Doleman.
They will join defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy and offensive tackle Willie Roaf in Canton this summer for induction.
Not making the cut this year were former Steelers Jerome Bettis and linebacker Kevin Greene.
Bettis should make it in 2012.