Former Green Bay Packers general manager Ron Wolf and assistant coach Kevin Greene are among 18 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The list of nominees was reduced today (Thursday) to 15 from the modern era, one senior and two contributors. A finalist must receive at least 80% of the votes from the 46-person selection committee to be elected.
Greene is in his 11th year of eligibility. He played for four teams and made the Pro Bowl five times.
Besides Greene, the list of modern-day finalists are kicker Morten Andersen, running back Jerome Bettis, wide receiver Tim Brown, coach Don Coryell, running back Terrell Davis, coach Tony Dungy, linebacker/defensive Charles Haley, wide receiver Marvin Harrison, coach Jimmy Johnson, safety John Lynch, guard Will Shields and first-year candidates Junior Seau, Kurt Warner and Orlando Pace.
The senior nominee is former Vikings center Mick Tingelhoff. Special contributors are Bill Polian and Ron Wolf, the architects of Super Bowl teams executives.