Four members of the 1999 Superbowl Champion Rams are first-time eligible for the Hall of Fame this season.
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Four high-profile members of the famous Greatest Show on Turf offense that went to two Superbowls and won Superbowl XXXIV are first-year eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. QB Kurt Warner, WR Isaac Bruce, OT Orlando Pace and WR Torry Holt are all first year eligible this year.
The Hall announced the list of 99 players and 14 coaches who will be considered for induction among the modern-era candidates, from which no more than five will be picked.
They will be joined on the ballot by seniors nominee Mick Tingelhoff, and two contributors, for a maximum class of eight.
The list is headlined by the five who were in the final 10 of last year’s voting but not elected: Linebacker Kevin Greene, defensive end Charles Haley, running back Jerome Bettis, guard Will Shields and wide receiver Marvin Harrison.
The group will be reduced to 25 semifinalists in November, and then to 15, which will be voted on the day before the Super Bowl.
Check out the full ballot on the next page: