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Twenty-Three Former Redskins Up For Induction Into The Pro Football Hall Of Fame

Among the 108 Modern Era candidates up for possible enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame with the Class of 2016 are 23 former men with ties to the Redskins. Have a look at who they are.

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Last night, the Pro Football Hall of Fame released the 108 Modern Era candidates for possible enshrinement with the Class of 2016.

Among the 108 players and coaches listed are 23 former Redskins. Some, like Joe Jacoby and Gary Clark, have been up for induction before and are already part of the 80 Greatest Redskins. Others may have only been in Washington for a season or two, but their careers weren't complete without time spent with the Redskins.

Also, before we show you the complete list, running back Clinton Portis and long snapper Ethan Albright are first-year candidates.

Players:--RB Clinton Portis
--RB Stephen Davis
--RB Shaun Alexander
--WR Gary Clark
--WR Henry Ellard
--C Jeff Bostic
--OL Joe Jacoby
--OL Jon Jansen
--OL Jim Lachey
--OL Mark May
--OL Chris Samuels
--OL Mark Schlereth
--DE Dexter Manley
--DE Charles Mann
--LB Ken Harvey
--LB Matt Millen
--CB Shawn Springs
--CB/S Troy Vincent
--LS Ethan Albright
--KR/PR/RB Brian Mitchell

Coaches/Advisors:--Richie Petitbon
--Marty Schottenheimer
--Clark Shaughnessy




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