In a few hours, we will be learning who the Hall of Fame selection committee has chosen to be enshrined in Canton, Ohio as the 2014 Pro Football Hall Fame class. While the league is attempting to keep the news under wraps, the digital age has allowed leaks to surface and up to five people have reportedly made the Hall of Fame after the committee met for almost nine hours.
The latest players to reportedly be inducted in the Hall of Fame are Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Walter Jones and legendary punter Ray Guy.
Here are the rest of the reported players who will have their busts in Canton as of now:
Per reports/sources we now know the Class of ’14 consists of Derrick Brooks, Andre Reed, Michael Strahan, Walter Jones, Ray Guy, at least.
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) February 1, 2014
Jones is a very deserving player to get the Hall of Fame nod and many people will be happy to see that Guy has finally been inducted.
We will have to wait and see if any other names join the current list of five to make up the 2014 Hall of Fame class.