Terrell Owens selected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

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They, along with Lewis, the cornerstone of terrific Baltimore Ravens defenses, were the headliners of a class with plenty of sizzle. The announcement was made Saturday night.

When Brazile and Owens are enshrined on August 4 at the induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio, 15 players from Alabama high schools and colleges will have busts in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

On the other hand, former Patriots cornerback Ty Law did not get it after being a finalist for the second straight year. He did not receive enough votes to be among the top 10 candidates in previous years.

During Lynch's first three seasons in orange and blue, the Broncos allowed fewer touchdown passes than all but one other team (Baltimore).

Mawae was named to eight All-Pro teams, and eight Pro Bowls during his career while playing in 241 career games. I thought he was going to get in a year ago, but Jason Taylor may have taken his spot. Of the 23 players in front of him on that list who have become Hall of Fame eligible, 13 eventually got inducted.

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Wide receiver Randy Moss-one of the most explosive playmakers in NFL history-was named to the Pro Football Hall in his first year of eligibility. He played in 2012 with the Titans, and now works in the scouting department with the team. But Moss still ranks eighth all-time in receptions (1,078), fourth in receiving yards (15,292) and second in touchdowns (156).

One of the game's best defensive weapons during his years on the field, Dawkins melded instinctive pass defense with in-the-box thumping as well as any player in the modern era.

Former Vikings standout Cris Carter did not get in until his sixth try, despite the fact he caught 1,101 passes for 13,899 yards and 130 touchdowns during his career and was only the second player in National Football League history to reach 1,000 career receptions.

Now 82 years old, Kramer was a three-time Pro Bowler and five-time All-Pro selection over an 11-year career for Lombardi's Packers. The class will be chosen by the Hall of Fame's board of selectors on Saturday in Minneapolis. about the.

In that vein, former Rams defensive tackle D'Marco Farr - who played with Bruce from 1994-2000 - put his feelings plainly. He also ranks third in all-time receiving touchdowns and fifth among all National Football League players in touchdowns.

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