It is onward and upward at Notinhalloffame.com where we have a new add-on to our Football Futures, those who are eligible in 2027.
Those players are:
Alejandro Villanueva: A two-time Pro Bowler at Left Tackle, Villanueva played most of his career with Pittsburgh.
Alex Mack: Mack played at Center where he went to seven Pro Bowls, which he had at least one each for all three of the teams he played for (Cleveland, Atlanta & San Francisco). He was also a three-time Second Team All-Pro.
Andrew Whitworth: Whitworth had one of the better second half careers of any Offensive Lineman, where the Left Tackle went to four Pro Bowls, earned two First Team All-Pros, and in his finale, won the Super Bowl with the Rams and Walter Payton Man of the Year.
Ben Roethlisberger: “Big Ben” was the consensus Rookie of the Year, and would lead Pittsburgh to two Super Bowl Titles. A six-time Pro Bowl Selection, Roethlisberger is in the top ten all-time in Pass Completions, Passing Yards and Touchdown Passes.
Brandon Brooks: Brooks went to three Pro Bowls and the Right Guard won a Super Bowl Ring with the Eagles.
Emmanuel Sanders: The Wide Receiver had a good career where he went to two Pro Bowls and won a Super Bowl with Denver.
Eric Weddle: Weddle returns to the futures after a brief, yet fruitful comeback with the Rams, winning the Super Bowl. The Safety led the NFL in Interceptions in 2011, went to six Pro Bowls and secured two First Team All-Pros.
Joe Haden: Haden had 29 INTs in a career split between Pittsburgh and Cleveland, where he was a three-time Pro Bowl Selection.
K.J. Wright: Wright was a Pro Bowl Linebacker in 2016 and would win a Super Bowl Ring with Seattle.
Malcolm Jenkins: Jenkins was a three-time Pro Bowl Safety who won two Super Bowls, one with New Orleans and one with Philadelphia.
Ryan Fitzpatrick: The journeyman Quarterback had flashes of brilliance over his career and was 10 Yards shy of 35,000 over his career.
Ryan Kerrigan: Kerrigan played most of his career with Washington and was a four-time Pro Bowl at Linebacker.
Sam Koch: Koch played his entire career with the Ravens where the Punter went to the 2015 Pro Bowl, won a Super Bowl, and finished his career seventh in Punting Yards.
The entire 2027 list can be found here.
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