For the second consecutive year, the Hall of Fame class included three players in their first years of eligibility in Bailey, Reed and Gonzalez.
Mawae, who played eight seasons with the Jets, also spent time with the Seahawks and Titans. He's now second all time in receptions, sixth all time in receiving yards and eighth in receiving touchdowns.
Law was voted in during his third year of eligibility. Eight years later, Bailey made his only Super Bowl. Reed, selected to nine Pro Bowls, was named the NFL's 2004 defensive player of the year.
The big knock on Boselli's case to make the Hall-of-Fame has always been the longevity of his career as he only played for seven seasons due to labrum issues.
STREAM: Puppy Bowl 2019
Besides, you can also enjoy the programme at these sites online- Hulu With Live TV , DirecTV Now , Philo and PlayStation Vue . Also of note is that all of the puppies and kittens who participate in the Puppy Bowl have been adopted.
Nigerian VP Yemi Osinbajo thanks crew after helicopter crash
He was in the area council to attend the graduation of 40 senior officers of the Nigeria Customs Service. Meanwhile, Nigerians are expected to go the General Election on February 16, 2019.
Sean McVay, Bill Belichick meet ahead of Super Bowl 53
They made two other Super Bowl appearances, both losing efforts, including a 2002 loss to the Patriots. In fact, McVay recently said that Belichick texted him after just about every game this season.
Law heads to Canton after being named among the 15 finalists for the second year in a row. Voted to five Pro Bowls, Law won two Super Bowls with New England, including scoring on a 47-yard interception return in Super Bowl XXXVI against the Rams 17 years ago. The cornerback's 53 career interceptions rank 24th all-time, tied with Hall of Famer Deion Sanders.
The HOF induction ceremony will take place in Canton, Ohio in August. Drafted seventh overall out of Georgia in 1999, Bailey went on to lead his team in interceptions six times in his career. Law had two one-year stints with the Jets, the more memorable one coming in 2005 when he led the National Football League with 10 interceptions.
Johnny Robinson, the 2019 senior finalist, spent 12 years in the AFL/NFL as a safety for the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs.
Saturday afternoon, after a seven-and-a-half-hour meeting by the Hall's selection committee on the eve of Super Bowl LIII, the long-time Broncos owner was chosen as a contributor for the Class of 2019. He played 12 seasons for the Texans in the Chiefs. Helped Jets to division title and championship game appearance in first season in NY, 1998 ... In his career with the Chiefs, Robinson won four division titles, three AFL championships and started in two Super Bowls.