Denver Broncos linebacker Tyree Taylor is the latest player to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, joining fellow Broncos Derrick Brooks, Eric Weddle and Mike Singletary.

Taylor’s induction into the Hall of History was announced Sunday, the day before his final game against the Raiders in Oakland.

The NFL announced Sunday that the Denver Broncos will be inducting Taylor in Canton, Ohio, in October 2019.

Taylor, who spent his entire NFL career with the Broncos, played in 16 games in 2016, playing in nine of those.

He led the Broncos in tackles (65), sacks (25) and interceptions (nine) in his career.