Pro Football Hall of Fame Centennial Class revealed
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame Centennial Class of 2020 was revealed on Wednesday morning after a blue-ribbon panel selected 15 members for induction. The panel chose 10 players who last suited up more than 25 seasons ago, two coaches who last coached more than five seasons ago, and three contributors.

Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher and former Dallas Cowboys/Miami Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson were previously revealed on the weekend as members of the 2020 class.

Here are the 13 other members:

Alex Karras, DT

One of the league's greatest players and personalities, Karras was a defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions from 1958-62 and again from 1964-70. He was named a member of the All-Decade Team for the 1960s. He was a three-time first-team All-Pro and a four-time Pro Bowler. After his playing career, Karras joined the Monday Night Football booth as an analyst for three seasons and also gained fame for his roles in movies such as "Blazing Saddles," "Porky's," and "Victor Victoria."

Donnie Shell, S

Shell, who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1974-87, is the 10th member of the franchise's 1970s team to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. With Pittsburgh, he was named a first-team All-Pro three times, a Pro Bowler five times, and won four Super Bowls. Shell also recorded 51 interceptions - a record at strong safety.

Jim Covert, OT

A two-time first-team All-Pro and a two-time Pro Bowler, Covert played for the Chicago Bears from 1983-90, clearing holes for Walter Payton early in his career. He was a member of the Bears' famed Super Bowl-winning team in 1985 and was named to the Hall Of Fame's first-team All-1980s squad.

Winston Hill, OT

An offensive tackle for the New York Jets from 1963-76 and the Los Angeles Rams in 1977, Hill won an AFL championship and a Super Bowl. He was named to the Pro Bowl on eight occasions.

Harold Carmichael, WR

An Eagles receiver from 1971-83, Carmichael still holds the franchise's records for receptions (589), yards (8,978), and receiving touchdowns (79). He was inducted into the Eagles Hall of Fame in 1987. Carmichael led the NFL in receptions and receiving yards during his third season in the league. He was named Walter Payton Man of the Year in 1980.

Duke Slater, OT

Slater was the first-ever African-American lineman in league record. A tackle for the Milwaukee Badgers in 1922, the Rock Island Independents from 1922-25, and the Chicago Cardinals from 1926-31, Slater was named to the All-NFL team on four occasions.

Ed Sprinkle, DE, LB, WR

A member of the 1940s All-Decade team, Sprinkle played at defensive end and linebacker for the Chicago Bears from 1944-55, winning an NFL championship in 1946. The Bears franchise now owns a record 30 Pro Football Hall of Famers.

Bobby Dillon, S

A Green Bay Packers safety from 1952-59, Dillon still owns the team record in career interceptions with 52. He led the squad in picks during seven of his eight seasons. The defensive back was a four-time All-Pro and a four-time Pro Bowler.

Cliff Harris, S

Harris appeared in five Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys as a safety with the team from 1970-79, winning two. He was named to the Pro Bowl in six consecutive seasons from 1974 until his retirement.

Mac Speedie, WR

A receiver for the Cleveland Browns from 1946-52, Speedie was named to the NFL's All-Decade Team for the 1940s. He led the league in catches four times and in receiving yards on two occasions. He was named a six-time All-Pro.

Paul Tagliabue

Tagliabue was NFL commissioner from 1989-2006 and the league expanded from 28 to 32 teams under his leadership. He succeeded Pete Rozelle in the role and led the NFL through realignment, the construction of around 20 new stadiums, and the signing of a television contract worth $3.6 billion.

Steve Sabol

Sabol began as an administrator at NFL Films in 1964 before taking over for his father, Ed, as president in 1985. He remained in that capacity until 2012. During his time at NFL Films, he voiced a number of football's greatest stories, won over 40 Emmy Awards, and was named to the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.

George Young

An executive with the Baltimore Colts, Miami Dolphins, and New York Giants, Young won two Super Bowls as general manager of the Giants. He was a five-time winner of the Executive of the Year award.

Five modern-era players will also be inducted as part of the 2020 Hall of Fame class. Those players will be revealed on the eve of the Super Bowl.

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