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Year of Eligibility Finalist 1st Brian Dawkins, Jason Taylor, La Dainian Tomlinson 2nd Alan Faneca, Terrell Owens 3rd Isaac Bruce, Ty Law, Kevin Mawae, Kurt Warner 5th Morten Andersen, John Lynch 11th Tony Boselli, Terrell Davis 19th Joe Jacoby 25th Kenny Easley 30th Don Coryell^ ^Although in 2007 the Hall of Fame By-Laws for selection were modified to provide that a coach must be retired five seasons to be eligible, Coryell first became eligible under the old rules that did not require the five-year waiting period. QB Dan Fouts blossomed to become first player in NFL history to record three straight 4,000-yard seasons … In 1998 became fourth runner in NFL history to rush for 2,000 yards in season (2,008) and led NFL with 21 rushing TDs en route to Denver’s second straight Super Bowl title ... Recorded 3 sacks in final season with Broncos to help Denver to division title, 2011 … Led franchise to NFC Eastern Division titles five straight seasons, 1992-96 .. Vision was driving influence in the creation and development of AT&T stadium, “crown jewel” of all sports venues … Starting left cornerback in four AFC championship games …

Thus, Coryell has been eligible since his retirement from coaching in 1986 making him eligible for 30 years. Coryell succeeded in turning Chargers into one of NFL’s elite teams … Set NFL playoff record seven straight 100-yard performances spanning 1997-98 postseasons ... Led Eagles in interceptions back-to-back seasons, 1997-98 … Averaged nearly 100 tackles per season throughout career … Continues to provide leadership for NFL in areas of marketing, sponsorship, television, stadium management, labor negotiations and television … 1995-2004 New England Patriots, 2005, 2008 New York Jets, 2006-07 Kansas City Chiefs, 2009 Denver Broncos … Selected by Patriots in 1st round (23rd player overall) of 1995 NFL Draft … Started at left cornerback in three Super Bowls including Patriots victories in Super Bowls XXXVI and XXXVIII …

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That year recorded career-high four sacks, intercepted two passes, forced four fumbles, and racked up 69 tackles ... 1994-97 Seattle Seahawks, 1998-2005 New York Jets, 2006-09 Tennessee Titans … Selected by Seahawks in 2nd round (36th player overall) in 1994 NFL Draft … Returned to NFL with Rams as free agent and allocated to NFL Europe’s Amsterdam Admirals … Went on to become a two-time NFL MVP (19) and named Super Bowl XXXIV MVP after leading Rams to victory 23-16 victory over Tennessee Titans … He recorded another MVP season two years later when he guided Rams back to the Super Bowl ...

Added three solo tackles, one assist, one pass defensed in 1995 AFC Championship Game ... Spent majority of college career as tackle before moving to center during senior year … His season totals included a league-leading and career-high 4,830 yards and 36 touchdowns to post a 101.4 passer rating …

Four other Modern-Era nominees – Boselli, Bruce, Law, and Mawae – although nominees in previous years, are finalists for the first time. Record of 31-11, 1974-76 marked most successful three-year stretch in franchise’s history … Made big splash when he earned starting tailback position as rookie … Registered 7 interceptions for 106 yards to earn AFC Defensive Player of the Year honors, 1983 … Also had 8 career sacks and returned 26 punts for 302 yards … Helped Steelers post 10-plus wins five times including regular season records of 13-3 (2001) and 15-1 (2004) … Started in five NFC championship games (four at left tackle, one at right tackle) including four conference championship wins … Became first owner in league history to win three Super Bowls in first seven years of ownership …

Easley and Jones are finalists for the first time also. Again inherited a team that hadn’t won title in many years when he took over as coach of Chargers four games into 1978 season … Despite missing final two games of rookie campaign with hamstring tear, eclipsed 1,000-yard mark and added career-high 49 receptions for 367 yards ... Named Defensive Player of the Year in 1984 after recording league-high and career-best 10 interceptions including pair of pick-sixes (25 yards vs. Veteran leadership integral to Jets playoff run to reach AFC championship, 2009 … Started 14 career playoff games including at left guard in four AFC championship games and Super Bowl XL … Washington’s starting left tackle in three Super Bowls and starting right tackle in one Super Bowl … Cowboys made seven playoff appearances, six division titles and wins in Super Bowls XXVII, XVIII and XXX in Jones’ first decade of owning team …

Special Notes on '17 Finalists | Postion Roster Change | Enshrinement Week | Tickets & Packages | Fan Vote | Fan Video Submission , also announced in August, were selected by the Hall of Fame’s Contributor Committee that considers persons who made outstanding contributions to professional football other than players and coaches. Took over Cardinals team that hadn’t won title of any kind since 1948 … Intercepted multiple passes in each of seven NFL seasons … 1998-2007 Pittsburgh Steelers, 2008-09 New York Jets, 2010 Arizona Cardinals … Drafted by Steelers in first round (26th player overall) in 1998 draft … Earned starting role in sixth game of rookie season … Solid, durable, strong, and reliable as pass and run blocker … Voted to four straight Pro Bowls following 1983-86 seasons … Purchased Cowboys in 1989 and quickly restored winning tradition to franchise …The Class of 2017 will be officially enshrined in Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio next August as the main event of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls. Converted 565 of 709 field goal attempts, 849 of 859 point-after-attempts … Led NFC in scoring, 1992 and topped all conference kickers in most field goals in 1985, 1987, and 1995 … Houston Texans’ first pick of 2002 expansion draft but injury prevented him from playing again … In 2002, was integral part of Buccaneers’ championship season capped with franchise’s first Super Bowl title …Contributed 96 tackles (50 solo), three interceptions, and 12 passes defensed as Bucs finished 12-4 ...The 15 Modern-Era Finalists will be considered for election to the Hall of Fame when the Hall’s Selection Committee meets in Houston on the day before Super Bowl LI to elect the new class.The Modern-Era Finalists were determined by a vote of the Hall’s Selection Committee from a list of 94 nominees that earlier was reduced to 26 semifinalists, during the year-long selection process.

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