PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME
Class of 2015
Jerome Bettis, RB (Rams 1993-95, Steelers 1996-2005): Had 91 rushing touchdowns and 13,662 rushing yards. Six-time Pro-Bowl player and three-time All-Pro helped Pittsburgh win Super Bowl XL.
Tim Brown, WR (Raiders 1988-2003, Bucs 2004):
Nine-time Pro-Bowl player had 14,934 receiving yards (second best in NFL history when he retired), 1,094 receptions (fifth) and 100 TD catches (tied for seventh).
Charles Haley, DE/LB (49ers 1986-91, 1999; Cowboys 1992-96): Two-time NFC defensive player of the year, 100.5 career sacks. Until his final season, never played on a team with fewer than 10 victories. Won 10 division titles; only player to win five Super Bowls.
Bill Polian, contributor category (Chiefs 1978-82, Bills 1984-92, NFL 1993-94, Panthers 1995-1997, Colts 1998-2011): Built powerful teams in Buffalo, Carolina and Indianapolis.
Junior Seau, LB (Chargers 1990-2002, Dolphins 2003-05, Patriots 2006-09): Played 268 games in 20 seasons, had 56.5 career sacks and 18 interceptions. Named to 12 Pro Bowls and All-Pro eight times. Committed suicide in 2012.
Will Shields, G (Chiefs 1993-2006): Never missed a game, starting 223 during his 14 seasons. Selected for 12 consecutive Pro Bowls, made playoffs six times.
Mick Tingelhoff, C (Vikings 1962-78): Undrafted free agent never missed a game in 17 seasons. All-Pro seven consecutive years, played in four Super Bowls. Elected as a senior candidate.
Ron Wolf, contributor category (Raiders 1963-74, 1979-89; Bucs 1976-78; Jets 1990-91; Packers 1991-2001): Helped build three powerhouse teams as a personnel man.