The Seniors pool of potential Hall of Famers includes many players who deserve to be inducted, according to SI's Paul Zimmerman. Here are his top five.
1. BOB HAYES, Cowboys, 1965-74; Niners, '75. His speed forced defenses To radically change pass-coverage schemes.
2. CLIFF HARRIS, Cowboys, 1970-79. Age 53. The first and the best of the killer free safeties.
3. DAVE ROBINSON, Packers, 1963-72; Redskins, '72-74. Age 61. First of the dominant size-and-speed outside linebackers.
4. RICH (TOMBSTONE; JACKSON, Broncos, 1966-72; Browns, '72. Age 61. Career was cut short by injury, but he was one of the great pass rushers of all time.
5. TOMMY DAVIS, 49ers, 1959-69. Age 67. Has the second-best career punting average in NFL history.