Which modern-era players will be part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 20-member class of 2020? We predict the field by Bryan DeArdo @BryanDeArdo Jan 15, 2020 at 10:10 am ET • 7 min read This past weekend, Hall of Fame president David Baker personally welcomed Bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson to Canton, Ohio as the two coaches that will make up the 20-member Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2020. On Wednesday, the NFL announced the 10 senior inductees and three contributors that will help make up the largest class in the Hall of Fame’s history. The only thing left to be announced is the five modern-era nominees that will be part of this year’s class, with that announcement coming on the eve of Super Bowl LIV. Here’s a look at the 15 former players, coaches and contributors that have already been named to this year’s induction class along with the five modern-era players that we predict will also get the call to Canton. Potential modern-era nominees (5)Tony Boselli, left tackle (Jaguars, 1995-2001): Arguably the greatest player in Jacksonville Jaguars history, Boselli has been a finalist for the Hall in each of the past four years. A five-time… Read full this story
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