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16. Kevin Mawae

It was easy to forget just how good Kevin Mawae was. Despite lasting sixteen seasons in the NFL and making eight Pro Bowls, he was not spoken of often in terms of being one of the great Offensive Linemen of his era. This may because he wasn’t flashy and because he didn’t seek attention, but he was one of the most respected and consistent players of his or any generation, and the former NFLPA President has to be considered a strong contender for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

86. Steve McNair

It is a shame how Steve McNair’s tragic ending may overshadow what was a very productive (and one tackle away from a Super Bowl) career. Unfortunately, professional sports has far too many of these stories.
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103. Derrick Mason

Although Derrick Mason produced strong career statistics and had multiple seasons tabulating over 1,000 Receiving Yards, it is hard to make the strong case for Mason to receive a Hall of Fame induction. Mason would be the star receiver for both Tennessee and Baltimore, though he played in an era where the game opened up and there were stars that were perceived as superior at Wide Receiver. Only earning a trip to the Pro Bowl twice and one All Pro Selection reflects that fact, though that was primarily from his Punt and Kick Returning. Still, that was the season (2000) which he led the NFL in All Purpose Yards.
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