Carrying out a decade of battling each other, Joe Thomas and James Harrison are side-by-side as first-time nominees for induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame announced the 123 modern-era nominees who certainly are thought for induction next summer time amount of time in Canton, Ohio.
Thomas and Harrison are a handful of of nine nominees who’re qualified the first time. Another seven are running back Chris Manley, offensive lineman Jahri Evans, defensive lineman Dwight Freeney, linebacker NaVorro Bowman, defensive backs Darrelle Revis and Kam Chancellor and punter Geebet Lechler.
This list modern-era nominees will probably be whittled to 25 semifinalists in November. Next, 15 finalists will probably be announced within the month of the month of january before the official induction class is revealed before Super Bowl LVII. Around five modern-day nominees might be selected for induction.
In August, the Nfl named former defensive lineman Joe Klecko, cornerback Ken Riley and linebacker Chuck Howley as this year’s senior finalists and former coach Don Coryell just like a contributor finalist. Each finalist must receive 80% of his election so that you can achieve induction.
Here’s a review of each modern-era nominee.
* denotes a nominee who was simply a finalist for just about any induction in 2022