It started with Thursday night's game, and continues through next weekend, where the NFL is recognizing the 50th anniversary of the Pro Football hall of Fame in Canton.
Hall spokesman Joe Horrigan says each team will honor their enshrinees, and even have some of their busts on display at those stadiums, starting in Oakland Thursday night.
He says they will try to send out as many busts as possible the next two weeks, but they also don't want to leave the room that houses the busts completely empty, so they've been cautious with the requests from each NFL team.
Each team is wearing the patch on the field with the hall of fame logo.
The hall is also undergoing its largest expansion in history to coincide with the celebration, as renovations are expected to be complete in May.
Horrigan says the hall's expansion, coinciding with the celebration, is heading heading toward the endzone, with the major exterior expansion done this past year.
They are also organizing the largest gathering of Hall of Famers this summer for their annual Enshrinement Festival to celebrate the museum, which opened in 1963.