Which all-time greats have the strongest claim to Canton this year? The Pro Football Hall of Fame's 15 finalists were announced late Thursday, with Derrick Brooks, Tony Dungy, Marvin Harrison and Walter Jones among the 15 modern-era nominees revealed. Who would make your top five finalists? Click on the images below to rank the finalists!

2014 Hall of Fame finalists

Morten Andersen

Morten Andersen

Career: 1982-2007
565 field goals made
79.7% field goals made
Pro Bowl seven times
All-Pro three times

Jerome Bettis

Jerome Bettis

Career: 1993-2005
13,662 rushing yards
94 total touchdowns
Pro Bowl six times
All-Pro two times

Derrick Brooks

Derrick Brooks

Career: 1995-2008
1,301 total tackles
25 interceptions
Pro Bowl 11 times
All-Pro five times

Tim Brown

Tim Brown

Career: 1988-2004
14,934 receiving yards
104 total touchdowns
Pro Bowl nine times

Ed DeBartolo

Ed DeBartolo

Former 49ers owner

Tony Dungy

Tony Dungy

Career:1996-2008
139-69 (.668) in regular season
Super Bowl championship
Six division championships

Kevin Greene

Kevin Greene

Career: 1985-1999
160 career sacks
Pro Bowl five times
All-Pro two times

Charles Haley

Charles Haley

Career: 1986-1999
100.5 career sacks
Pro Bowl five times
All-Pro two times

Marvin Harrison

Marvin Harrison

Career: 1996-2008
1,102 rec, 14,580 yards, 128 TDs
Pro Bowl eight times
All-Pro three times

Walter Jones

Walter Jones

Career: 1997-2008
Pro Bowl nine times
All-Pro four times

John Lynch

John Lynch

Career: 1993-2007
740 total tackles
26 interceptions
Pro Bowl nine times
All-Pro two times

Andre Reed

Andre Reed

Career: 1985-2000
13,198 receiving yards
88 total touchdowns
Pro Bowl seven times

Will Shields

Will Shields

Career: 1993-2006
Pro Bowl 12 times
All-Pro two times

Michael Strahan

Michael Strahan

Career: 1993-2007
667 total tackles
141.5 sacks
Pro Bowl seven times
All-Pro four times

Aeneas Williams

Aeneas Williams

Career: 1991-2004
55 interceptions
Pro Bowl eight times
All-Pro three times

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