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2017 Hall Of Fame Class

The NFL announced the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame class Saturday evening. The Hall of Fame panel cut the list of 15 finalists down these seven candidates:

  1. Jason Taylor, defensive end (Miami Dolphins, 1997-2007, ’09, 2011; Washington Redskins, 2008; New York Jets, 2010)
  2. LaDainian Tomlinson, running back (San Diego Chargers, 2001-09; New York Jets, 2010-11)
  3. Terrell Davis, running back (Denver Broncos, 1995-2001)
  4. Morten Anderson, kicker (New Orleans Saints, 1982-1994; Atlanta Falcons, 1995-2000; 2006-07; New York Giants, 2001; Kansas City Chiefs, 2002-03; Minnesota Vikings, 2004)
  5. Kurt Warner, quarterback (St. Louis Rams, 1998-2003; New York Giants, 2004; Arizona Cardinals, 2005-09)

Senior

  1. Kenny Easley, Safety – 1981-87 Seattle Seahawks

Contributor

  1. Jerry Jones, Owner, President & General Manager – 1989-present Dallas Cowboys

The finalists who didn’t make the cut this year include:

  1. Tony Boselli, offensive tackle (Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995-2001; Houston Texans, 2002)
  2. Isaac Bruce, wide receiver (Los Angeles Rams, 1994; St. Louis Rams, 1995-2007; San Francisco 49ers, 2008-09)
  3. Don Coryell, coach (St. Louis Cardinals, 1973-77; San Diego Chargers, 1978-1986)
  4. Brian Dawkins, safety (Philadelphia Eagles, 1996-2008; Denver Broncos, 2009-2011)
  5. Alan Faneca, guard (Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998-2007; New York Jets, 2008-09; Arizona Cardinals, 2010)
  6. Joe Jacoby, offensive tackle (Washington Redskins, 1981-1993)
  7. Ty Law, cornerback (New England Patriots, 1995-2004; New York Jets, 2005, ’08; Kansas City Chiefs, 2006-07; Denver Broncos, 2009)
  8. John Lynch, safety (Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1993-2003; Denver Broncos, 2004-07)
  9. Kevin Mawae, center (Seattle Seahawks, 1994-97; New York Jets, 1998-2005; Tennessee Titans, 2006-09)
  10. Terrell Owens, wide receiver (San Francisco 49ers, 1996-2003; Philadelphia Eagles, 2004-05; Dallas Cowboys, 2006-08; Buffalo Bills, 2009; Cincinnati Bengals, 2010)

Contributor finalists

  1. Paul Tagliabue, Commissioner – 1989-2006 National Football League

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