Ex-Vikings Randy Moss, Steve Hutchinson among semifinalists for hall of fame

Emmett Rice
November 23, 2017

The Colts' career rushing leader and one of the most productive running backs in National Football League history is one of 27 modern-day semifinalists for the Hall of Fame's Class of 2018 which was announced Tuesday evening.

The hall said Tuesday that all ties for the 25th spot in the semifinals also advance.

Owens, who played for the Eagles in 2004 and '05, has been a finalist the last two years.

This is the sixth straight year that Lynch has made it to the group of semifinalists, beginning with his first year of eligibility in 2013.

Two Minnesota Vikings greats have a shot at making the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year.

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Defensive backs: S Steve Atwater, CB/S Ronde Barber*, S LeRoy Butler, S Brian Dawkins, CB Ty Law, S John Lynch, CB Everson Walls.

Bruce, the former Rams star, attended Fort Lauderdale Dillard High. He was a Pro Bowler and All-Pro player four times apiece and had 38 interceptions in 191 games (all with Green Bay).

He finished his career with the Denver Broncos, playing three seasons for them before retiring after the 2011 season. The late Jim Johnson basically built his defense around Dawkins, who redefined the safety position with his unique skills. He played 224 regular season games. He ranks third in franchise history with his 69.5 sacks as a Buccaneer, and his 122.0 career sacks are the second-most for any Hall-eligible player who is not already enshrined.

James also amassed 3,028 carries and 80 rushing touchdowns to go along with 3,364 receiving yards on 433 catches and 11 touchdown receptions.

Those include career rushing yards (9,226), career rushing touchdowns (64), rushing yards in a single season from the 2000 campaign (1,709) and seasons with at least 1,000 rushing yards (five).

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