12 notable first-timers eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Peyton Manning surely will be inducted on his first try. [Image Source: Flickr | Jason]
Peyton Manning surely will be inducted on his first try. [Image Source: Flickr | Jason]

Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson, and Calvin Johnson headline the players who will be eligible for the first time.

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On Saturday, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced five new members. Congratulations go out to Steve Atwater, Isaac Bruce, Steve Hutchinson, Edgerrin James, and Troy Polamalu for being inducted.

Here are 12 notable players who will be eligible to be inducted for the first time in 2021. The list of players eligible for the first time were found at Not In Hall of Fame.

1

Jared Allen, DE (Chiefs 2004-07, Vikings 2008-13, Bears 2014-15, Panthers 2015)

Allen led the league in sacks both in 2007 and 2011, the latter season seeing him finish with 22 on the year (tied for second-most in a single season). In eight of his 12 seasons, he reached a double-digit sack total, and the 136 he recorded in his career are the 12th-most in NFL history.

2

Matt Hasselbeck, QB (Packers 1999-2000, Seahawks 2001-10, Titans 2011-12, Colts 2013-15)

A three-time Pro Bowler, Hasselbeck helped guide the Seahawks to the Super Bowl in the 2005 season, and he went 85-75 as a starting quarterback in the regular season. In a 17-year career, he threw for 36,638 yards and 212 touchdowns.

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