Legendary Jets offensive tackle Winston Hill is taking his rightful place in Canton, Ohio.
Hill, who starred with the Jets from 1963-1976, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Hill passed away in 2016 at the age of 74.
During his career with the Jets in both the AFL and NFL, Hill was part of their only Super Bowl title winning team in 1969, was a four time Pro Bowler, three time NFL All-Pro, four-time AFL All-Star, and three time All-AFL player. He is also a member of the Jets' Ring of Honor.
Initially drafted by the Baltimore Colts in 1963, Hill wound up signing with the Jets to begin his NFL career. After spending 14 seasons with Gang Green, he played one season for the Rams in 1977 before retiring.
Hill joins Joe Namath, Don Maynard, and Curtis Martin as prominent Jets in the Hall of Fame. Weeb Ewbank, who led the Jets to their Super Bowl III win, is also in the Hall.