The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2022 consists of 6 players, 1 coach, and 1 contributor. The enshrinement will take place on Saturday, August 6th at 12pm EST at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio.
- Tony Boselli, OT, Jaguars
- Cliff Branch, WR, Raiders
- LeRoy Butler, S, Packers
- Sam Mills, LB, Saints and Panthers
- Richard Seymour, DL, Patriots and Raiders
- Bryant Young, DL, 49ers
- Dick Vermeil, Coach, Eagles and Rams
- Art McNally, on-field official and supervisor of officials
Tony Boselli was drafted by the Jaguars in 1995 as the 2nd overall selection out of USC. Boselli was a 3x First Team All-Pro, 5x Pro Bowler, and NFL’s 1990s All-Decade team.
Cliff Branch was drafted by the Raiders in 1972 in the 4th round out of Colorado. Branch is a 3x Super Bowl champion, 3x First Team All-Pro, and 4x Pro Bowler. Branch passed away in 2019 at the age of 71.
LeRoy Butler was drafted by the Packers in 1990 in the 2nd round out of Florida State. Butler is a Super Bowl Champion, 4x First Team All-Pro, 4x Pro Bowler, and NFL’s 1990s All-Decade team.
Sam Mills went undrafted in 1981 out of Montclair State. After spending time in the USFL, Mills landed in the NFL in 1986 with the Saints. Mills played for the Saints during the 1986-1994 seasons, and finished his career with the Panthers 1995-1997. Mills is a 1x First Team All-Pro, 2x Second Team All-Pro, and a 5x Pro Bowler. Mills passed away in 2005 at the age of 45.
Richard Seymour was drafted by the Patriots in 2001 as the 6th overall selection out of Georgia. Seymour played for the Patriots during the 2001-2008 seasons, and finished his career with the Raiders 2009-2012. Seymour is a 3x Super Bowl Champion, 3x First Team All-Pro, 2x Second Team All-Pro, 7x Pro Bowler, and NFL’s 2000s All-Decade team.
Bryant Young was drafted by the 49ers in 1994 as the 7th overall selection out of Notre Dame. Young is a Super Bowl Champion, First Team All-Pro, 3x Second Team All-Pro, and a 4x Pro Bowler.
Dick Vermeil had 3 head coaching jobs in the NFL. Philadelphia Eagles (1976-1982), St. Louis Rams (1997-1999), and Kansas City Chiefs (2001-2005). Vermeil won a Super Bowl with the Rams, AP NFL Coach of the Year (1999), 2x Pro Football Weekly NFL Coach of the Year (1979, 1999), 2x Sporting News NFL Coach of the Year (1979, 1999), and 2x Maxwell Club NFL Coach of the Year (1999, 2003).
Art McNally served as Supervisor of Officials for the NFL (1968-1987), Director of officiating for the NFL (1988-1990), and Assistant Supervisor of officiating for the NFL (1996-2007).