HOF semifinalists: Deion Sanders, Charles Haley

November, 28, 2010
11/28/10
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its semifinalists on Sunday and former Cowboys Deion Sanders and Charles Haley have made the list.

Haley made it as a semifinalists last year, but didn't get inducted, while Sanders is a first-time semifinalists.

Haley played from 1986-1996. He was a Cowboys defensive end from 1992-1996.

Sanders, who played from 1989-2005, was a Cowboy from 1995-1996.

It seems Sanders is a strong candidiate.

A look at the other semifinalists: Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Cris Carter, Don Coryell, Roger Craig, Terrell Davis, Dermontti Dawson, Edward DeBartolo, Jr., Richard Dent, Chris Doleman, Marshall Faulk, Kevin Greene, Ray Guy, Lester Hayes, Cortez Kennedy, Curtis Martin, Art Modell, Andre Reed, Willie Roaf, Ed Sabol, Shannon Sharpe, Paul Tagliabue, Aeneas Williams and George Young,

The list of 26 semifinalists will be reduced to 15 modern-era finalists. That list increases to 17 finalist with the inclusion of the two recommended candidates of the Hall of Fame’s Seniors Committee.

The results of the modern-era reduction vote to 15 finalists will be announced in January.
Calvin Watkins joined ESPNDallas.com in September 2009. He's covered the Cowboys since 2006 and also has covered colleges, boxing and high school sports.

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