The Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2019 will be announced during NFL Honors, a two-hour primetime awards special to air nationally on the eve of Super Bowl LIII at 9 p.m. (ET and PT) Feb. 2 on CBS. And with Reed, who is in his first year of eligibility, there shouldn't be much discussion of whether he's worthy.
The Senior Finalist is S Johnny Robinson, and the two Contributor Finalists are former Cowboys vice president of player personnel Gil Brandt and Broncos owner Pat Bowlen. Inductions will be on August 3 at the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Law made five Pro Bowls and was a member of the 2000s All-Decade team. He was taken in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. The legendary tight end was inducted into the Chiefs' Hall of Fame on December 13. He ended his career with one season in the desert in 2010, starting all 16 games. He finished his career with 1,325 receptions, which ranks second in National Football League history, to go along with 15,127 receiving yards and 111 touchdowns.
Gonzalez played for the Chiefs from 1997 to 2008 and then spent five seasons with the Atlanta Falcons before he retired.
Gonzalez was selected to 14 Pro Bowls and is the NFL's all-time leader in receiving yards for tight ends with 15,127. His string of 211 straight games with a catch lasted from 2000-13. Over his career, Reed had 64 interceptions for 1,590 return yards and seven touchdowns. Boselli was named to five Pro Bowls and is a HOF finalist for the third year in a row.
Material from the Associated Press was used in this report.