Randy Moss, Ty Law Named Pro Football Hall Of Fame Finalists

BOSTON (CBS) — A pair of former Patriots are among the finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018.

Former Patriots cornerback Ty Law and wide receiver Randy Moss are finalists this year, with the new class of Hall of Famers set to be announced on February 3.

Law was a three-time Super Bowl champ during his 10 seasons with the Patriots, known best for his lockdown defense and clutch plays. He most notably returned a pick-six against Rams quarterback Kurt Warner in New England’s Super Bowl XXXVI victory, and picked off Colts QB Peyton Manning three times in the 2003 AFC Championship Game.

Moss, a finalist for the first time, spent just three of his 14 NFL seasons with the Patriots, but put up big numbers in that short period of time. The best season of his career came in 2007 when he hauled in 23 touchdowns from quarterback Tom Brady, breaking the NFL’s single-season record. He finished his time with the Patriots with 50 touchdowns in 52 games, catching 152 touchdowns throughout his career.

Here’s the full list of finalists for this year’s Hall of Fame class:

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