Brett Favre Leads 2016 Football Hall Of Fame Nominees
The Pro Football Hall of Fame unveiled the nominees for the Class of 2016 this week... 108 of them. Leading the list is Brett Favre.
The 45-year-old former quarterback was among the NFL's career leader in nearly every passing category when he retired after the 2010 season.
A three-time league MVP, he retired with 508 touchdown passes, 71,838 yards and 186 victories.
Other newcomers to the list incldue wide receiver Terrell Owens, running backs Clinton Portis and Brian Westbrook, safeties Lawyer Milloy and Darren Sharper, linebackers Keith Bulluck and Mike Vrabel, offensive lineman Alan Faneca, kicker John Carney and long-snapper Ethan Albright.
Voting will culminate Feb. 6, the night before the Super Bowl.