(Canton, OH) -- The Pro Football Hall of Fame welcomed its newest inductees Saturday. Among them: former Vikings wide receiver Cris Carter. Carter needed six tries to make the hall, even though he retired as the number-two career receiver behind Jerry Rice. Carter played three years with the Philadelphia Eagles before joining the Vikings. In his 16-season career, Carter finished with 1,101 catches for 13,899 yards and 130 touchdowns. Offensive linemen Larry Allen and Jonathan Ogden, defensive linemen Warren Sapp and Curly Culp, linebacker Dave Robinson and head coach Bill Parcells also made it into the hall this year.