Tony Gonzalez, Champ Bailey, Ed Reed Headline 2019 Pro Football HOF Finalists

Tony Gonzalez, Champ Bailey, Ed Reed Headline 2019 Pro Football HOF Finalists

The finalists: S Steve Atwater, CB Champ Bailey, OL Tony Boselli, WR Isaac Bruce, coach Don Coryell, OL Alan Faneca, coach Tom Flores, TE Tony Gonzalez, OL Steve Hutchinson, RB Edgerrin James, CB Ty Law, S John Lynch, OL Kevin Mawae, S Ed Reed and DL Richard Seymour.

In all there are three safeties, two cornerbacks, two offensive tackles, two coaches, one guard, one center, one tight end, one running back, one wide receiver, and one defensive lineman as finalists.

The 49ers' second-year general manager and nine-time Pro-Bowl safety was named one of 15 finalists for the 2019 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Thursday. Law, eligible for the fifth time, is a finalist for the third straight year. Former Dallas Cowboys vice president Gil Brandt and current Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen were both selected as contributors finalists. Inductions are August 3 in Canton, Ohio. While with the Chiefs, Gonzalez was named to 10 Pro Bowls and earned five All-Pro nods. Like Bailey, Seymour was also a member of the NFL's All-Decade team in the 2000's.

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His departure to the Jets for the 2005 season after he refused to restructure his contract was his first of two tenures there, playing also with Kansas City and Denver before retiring after the 2009 season. He got them to a 13-3 team where they lost in the AFC Championship Game to the Steelers and ended up finishing his career there in the Ring of Honor.

Hopefully, we will get to see Zach Thomas in the Pro Football Hall of Fame before then.

Easley, Jones, Largent, and Kennedy each spent their entire National Football League playing careers with the Seahawks, but Hutchinson joined the Minnesota Vikings after his fifth season with Seattle, going on to earn three more All-Pro selections and four more Pro Bowl honors. Over his career, Reed had 64 interceptions for 1,590 return yards and seven touchdowns.

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