In addition, previously announced finalists Johnny Robinson (seniors finalist), and Pat Bowlen and Gil Brandt (contributors) will be voted on by the Board of Selectors separately on a “yes” or “no” ballot.
Among this year’s modern era finalists, Lynch and Coryell have been finalists the most often at six and five times, respectively.
Gonzalez, a 14-time Pro Bowl selection; Bailey, a 12-time Pro Bowl selection; and Reed, a nine-time Pro Bowl selection, give this year’s list of finalists a different feel. They are three of seven first-time finalists among the 15 finalists and among the nine who have been finalists two or fewer times.
And only one of this year’s modern era finalists — Coryell — has been a finalist before 2014. Coryell was a first-time modern era finalist in 2010.
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