Monk, Grimm Among 25 Modern-Era Hall of Fame Semifinalists
Former Washington Redskins teammates Art Monk and Russ Grimm were among the 25 modern-era semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced today.
The list also includes recently retired NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin and first-time-eligible playing nominees Terrell Davis, Bruce Matthews and Randall McDaniel.
The other semifinalists are Dermontti Dawson, Fred Dean, Richard Dent, Randy Gradishar, Kevin Greene, Ray Guy, Charles Haley, Lester Hayes, Bob Kuechenberg, Art Modell, Andre Reed, Ken Stabler, Derrick Thomas, Thurman Thomas, Andre Tippett, Roger Wehrli, George Young and Gary Zimmerman.
The list will be trimmed to 15 modern-era finalists in January. Those finalists, along with seniors committee nominees Gene Hickerson and Charlie Sanders, will be considered by the Hall of Fame selection committee during Super Bowl week and three to six inductees will be elected.
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