The NFL has announced the latest candidates for the next class of Canton-bound Pro Football Hall Of Famers.
Any player, coach, owner, or official is eligible for enshrinement after five years of retirement from the game. This initial list of 103 candidates is officially called “The Final List of Preliminary Nominees.”
This year’s class of nominees has a distinctive Burgundy and Gold flair. To make it more interesting, I turn the voting over to you to decide:
There are some intriguing names on this list, including several that are long-overdue (Jacoby, Clark, Mitchell). It’s disappointing to see the omission of Joe Theismann, despite throwing for 25,000 yards, 160 touchdowns, and winning a Super Bowl ring.