Former Titans C Kevin Mawae Among HOF Semifinalists

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Pro Football Hall of Fame's 15 modern-era finalists will be revealed during an NFL Network special on Thursday night.

Former Titans center Kevin Mawae is among the group of 25 semifinalists up for consideration.

Titans Online looks back at the Titans career of Hall of Fame center Kevin Mawae, who played in Tennessee from 2006-09. (Photos)

Mawae played 16 NFL seasons (1994-2009), including four seasons with the Titans (2006). He began his career with the Seahawks and also played with the Jets before retiring after the 2009 season in Tennessee.

Mawae was named to eight All-Pro teams, and eight Pro Bowls during his career while playing in 241 career games.

The list of modern-era finalists will be revealed during the one-hour "Gold Jacket Finalists" special on NFL Network. The show will air live from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in a specially created studio on Thursday at 7 pm CT.

The Class of 2016 Finalists will come from a group of 25 semifinalists, reduced from an original list of 108 modern-era nominees, which was announced in late November.

In addition to Mawae, the semifinalists include:

• Morten Andersen, K

• Steve Atwater, S

• Tony Boselli, T

• Isaac Bruce, WR

• Don Coryell, Coach

• Roger Craig, RB

• Terrell Davis, RB

• Tony Dungy, Coach

• Alan Faneca, G

• Brett Favre, QB

• Kevin Green(e), LB/DE

• Marvin Harrison, WR

• Torry Holt, WR

• Joe Jacoby, T

• Edgerrin James, RB

• Jimmy Johnson, Coach

• Mike Kenn, T

• Ty Law, CB

• John Lynch, FS

• Karl Mecklenburg, LB

• Sam Mills, LB

• Terrell Owens, WR

• Orlando Pace, T

• Kurt Warner, QB

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