NFL Network analysts LaDainian Tomlinson, Kurt Warner and Terrell Davis were named Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists for 2017 during Gold Jacket Finalists on NFL Network, hosted by Chris Rose, Michael Silver, Steve Wyche and James Lofton.

This is Tomlinson’s first selection as a finalist for the Hall of Fame and the third time for both Warner and Davis.

The entire list of 15 modern-era finalists is:
Morten Andersen – Kicker
Tony Boselli – Offensive Tackle
Isaac Bruce – Wide Receiver
Don Coryell – Coach
Terrell Davis – Running Back
Brian Dawkins – Safety
Alan Faneca – Guard
Joe Jacoby – Offensive Tackle
Ty Law – Cornerback
John Lynch – Safety
Kevin Mawae – Center/Guard
Terrell Owens – Wide Receiver
Jason Taylor – Defensive End
LaDainian Tomlinson – Running Back
Kurt Warner – Quarterback

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017 will be announced during NFL Honors the night before Super Bowl LI on Saturday, February 4 at 8 p.m. Eastern on FOX.

NFL Network has three Hall of Famers in Michael Irvin, Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders.

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