The Steelers have some special players on their roster. Here are four players who are currently on the way to the Hall of Fame contest.
Making the Hall of Fame is not an easy thing to do. NFL players are the best soccer players in the world, but only a select few have the honor of entering the Professional Soccer Hall of Fame this year. The Steelers are no stranger to Hall of Fame candidates.
This year alone, Troy Polamalu, Donnie Shell, and head coach Bill Cowher will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in August, and it got me thinking: Which current Steelers are on their way to making the Hall of Fame one day?
Not all generations of talent breed Hall of Famers for all NFL football teams. Fortunately, the Steelers are fortunate to have a handful of current candidates who could one day receive the highest honor a soccer player could hope for.
Even a player as good as Alan Faneca went to Pittsburgh, has yet to hear his name. Others, like James Harrison, had too short a career as the best in their position to warrant serious consideration.
After doing some research, at least three All-Pros from the first team appear to be the magic number to enter the Hall of Fame. However, there are exceptions to this. With that said, here are four current Pittsburgh Steelers players who might hear their names in the Hall of Fame someday: