Colts' Edgerrin James misses out on Pro Football Hall of Fame

Colts' Edgerrin James misses out on Pro Football Hall of Fame

Colts' Edgerrin James misses out on Pro Football Hall of Fame

Former Michigan (1992-94) and longtime NFL cornerback (1995-2009) Ty Law was one of eight inductees selected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

This was year three of eligibility for Mawae who joins the man that he blocked for, Curtis Martin, in the hall. Reed also led the National Football League in interceptions three times.

Gonzalez, drafted in the first round by the Chiefs in the 1997 NFL Draft, played 12 years in Kansas City and then another five with the Falcons after he was traded during Kansas City's rebuilding phase. He's the owner of 59 career interceptions, returning eight for touchdowns. He had 57 career interceptions as he made six AFL All-Star Games, and late in his career played in a Pro Bowl and was All-NFL in 1970.

Gonzalez started in Kansas City and finished in Atlanta, where voters met on the eve of the Super Bowl to select the Class of 2019; they didn't need much time to debate his worthiness.

Former Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez ruffled some feathers in Kansas City on Saturday after he was selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He also intercepted Peyton Manning three times during the 2003 AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts.

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This marks the first time more than two defensive backs have made it in the same class.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2019 has been announced and long time NY Jets center Kevin Mawae is in. He also holds the franchise record for rushing yards in a single season - 1,709 yards during the 2000 season.

Faneca made nine consecutive Pro Bowls while he was in the NFL.

"From when I retired and found out they were going to have the Super Bowl here, I was like, well, that times out if I could be a first ballot - if I'm lucky enough to be a first ballot - it's going to be in Atlanta!" But the continuing mystery of why Boselli, who was a member of the "All Decade Team" of the 1990s still remains a question to be answered.

Serving as vice president of personnel, Brandt helped develop new scouting and management systems, many of which are still used today.

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