During his time with the Chiefs, he set franchise records for receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns and 100-yard games, and thousands of fans still today wear his jersey.
Gonzalez, in his first year of eligibility, played for the Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons over 17 seasons. Law finished his career with 53 interceptions, recording three or more in a season nine times.
James has been a finalist in three of the last four years, and he even made into the top 10 of finalists, but he will again have to wait until next year for his gold jacket and Hall of Fame bust. Broncos owner Pat Bowlen and executive Gil Brandt were also elected.
Super Bowl LIII is Sunday, Feb. 3, in Atlanta and it will air on CBS and streamed here on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App for free on most connected devices. After making the switch from flanker to safety in his third season, Robinson recorded 57 career interceptions, was selected to seven Pro Bowls and named All-Pro six times. He did it well, too, as the 2000s All-Decade Team member notched 54 career interceptions. Broncos president/CEO Joe Ellis also spoke for Bowlen, pointing out that the owner would want more of his players in Canton, Ohio. He was named National Football League defensive player on the year in 2004 and was a leader on the Ravens when they won Super Bowl XLVII. Law had two one-year stints with the Jets, the more memorable one coming in 2005 when he led the National Football League with 10 interceptions.
Gonzalez, a 14-time Pro Bowl player and six-time All-Pro tight end with the Chiefs and Falcons, retired as the NFL's second all-time leader in receptions with 1,325. He was selected in first round of 1960 AFL Draft by Texans and 3rd overall in the 1960 NFL Draft by Detroit Lions.
Mawae, a second-round draft pick in 1994, played 16 seasons for the Seahawks, Jets and Titans. He started for the Patriots in three Super Bowls all told, winning two.
All told, Mawae blocked for 13 1,000-yard rushers during his sixteen seasons and drew an huge amount of praise from Parcells as a result.
A pioneer of scouting, Brandt is best known for his time as vice president of player personnel with the Cowboys, helping form a dynasty in the 1970s.