D'Brickashaw Ferguson  of the New York Jets enters the field...

D'Brickashaw Ferguson  of the New York Jets enters the field before the game against the Oakland Raiders at MetLife Stadium on December 8, 2013. Credit: Getty Images/Maddie Meyer

The Jets will celebrate their recent past this season and honor three fixtures that were big parts of their last playoff team.

Cornerback Darrelle Revis and offensive linemen D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Nick Mangold will be inducted in the Jets’ Ring of Honor, the team announced Thursday.

The induction ceremonies will take place at halftime of three separate games at MetLife Stadium. Mangold will be honored Sept. 25 when the Jets play the Bengals. Ferguson, from Freeport, will have his day Oct. 30 with the AFC East rival Patriots visiting MetLife. Revis’ induction will be Nov. 27 with Chicago in town.

All three played on the Jets team that reached back-to-back AFC Championship Games following the 2009 and 2010 seasons. The Jets haven’t made the postseason since then.

Darrelle Revis of the New York Jets reacts in the...

Darrelle Revis of the New York Jets reacts in the third quarter against the New England Patriots at MetLife Stadium on December 27, 2015. Credit: Getty Images/Al Bello

"So honored to be selected into the Jets Ring of Honor class of 2022," Revis tweeted and congratulated his "longtime teammates" Mangold and Ferguson. "This is a time for the Jet fan base to celebrate each inductee come fall 2022. Go Jets!!!"

Revis, a first-round pick in 2007, was a shutdown corner and one of the best defensive players of his era. He was named to five Pro Bowls in eight seasons as a Jet and was All-Pro First-Team three consecutive years from 2009-11. Revis finished second in Defensive Player of the Year voting in 2009 behind Charles Woodson after leading the NFL with 31 passes defended. He also had six interceptions and returned one for a touchdown.

Revis appeared in 108 games as a Jet and had 25 interceptions, including three for touchdowns, 112 passes defensed and 388 tackles. He is eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year.

Ferguson and Mangold were anchors on the Jets’ offensive line after both were taken in the first round in 2006.

The Jets took Ferguson, a left tackle out of Virginia, with the No. 4 pick. Ferguson played and started every game for the Jets from 2006 through 2015 — 160 in a row. He was a three-time Pro Bowler.

Nick Mangold of the New York Jets looks on in the...

Nick Mangold of the New York Jets looks on in the fourth quarter against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on August 29, 2015. Credit: Getty Images/Elsa

Mangold, selected 29th, spent 11 seasons as the Jets’ center. He only missed four games through his first 10 years. Mangold started all 171 games he played and helped the Jets finish in the top 10 in rushing six times. He made seven Pro Bowls and was twice First-Team All-Pro.

“Truly an honor to join the greats,” Mangold tweeted before thanking the Jets, owner Woody Johnson, his former teammates and “all the passionate Jets fans that bleed green. Sept. 25th is going to be a hell of a party at MetLife!”

Former Jets center Kevin Mawae was the last player inducted in the Ring of Honor in 2017.

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