Brian Urlacher is a Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalist

Brian Urlacher is a Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalist

Brian Urlacher is a Pro Football Hall of Fame semifinalist

The Hall's 48 selectors, composed of writers, broadcasters and ex-players, will vote once more next month to reduce the list of 27 to 15 modern-era finalists, then meet on February 3, the day before Super Bowl LII, to discuss each of the finalists and select the 2018 class. Fifteen years later, they could again share the NFL's brightest stage, earning the game's greatest individual honor at the same time. He played in 241 games, with 232 starts, both of which are franchise records.

Lynch's 11-year Buccaneer tenure began when he was drafted in the third round in 1993; he finished his career with four seasons (2004-07) as a Denver Bronco.

The Hall of Fame will whittle the list of modern-era candidates to 15 finalists in January, and nominees must receive 80 percent of the vote to guarantee enshrinement. Before shoulder injuries ended his career in 2003, Boselli, who was a finalist in 2017, was a Pro Bowler in five of his first six seasons and a first-team All-Pro on three occasions as well.

The former University of New Mexico star, Urlacher, spent 13 seasons in the National Football League with the Chicago Bears.

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As the NFL's 12th all time career leading rusher with 12,246 rushing yards, James is the only non-active running back in the NFL's top 16 career rushing yards leaders that is not now enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

A former first-round pick in Arizona, Rice was a free agent acquisition in 2001 after he spent five seasons with the Cardinals. He was the NFL's best pass-rusher for a sustained period, almost a decade, as he led the league with 101.5 sacks from 1998 to 2005. Urlacher was Rookie of the Year in 2000.

Hutchinson was a seven-time Pro Bowl guard and five-time All-Pro first-teamer. Rice also had 28 forced fumbles and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection.

Butler played at Lee High before attending Florida State.

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