Eight NFL legends will be entered into 2018’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class this August in Canton. Every class is stacked considering it’s the Hall of Fame, but this year seems deeper than most with five of the best to ever put on pads making it in, along with three others who made an impact on the game.
Let’s break down the entire class.
Randy Moss is second all-time in touchdown receptions and was one of the most dominating forces in the NFL for years. Our own Bill DiFilippo goes into great detail with a plethora of Moss highlights for evidence here.
Brian Urlacher spent the early aughts playing relatively second-fiddle to Ray Lewis, but was still a player that could produce moments of awe and ridiculously high tackle counts. He joins his AFC foe as a first-ballot HoFer, riding his Defensive Player of the Year award in 2005 and his eight Pro Bowl selections to immortality. The converted safety ushered in a new wave of speed on defense in the NFL.