The Pro Football Hall of Fame named 108 nominees for induction into the 2016 class on Wednesday, which included former quarterback Brett Favre and reciever Terrell Owens. Favre leads the list of first-time nominees as a three-time league MVP and career leader in nearly every passing category when he retired after the 2010 season. Guard Alan Faneca, who made six All-Pro team in 13 seasons, and safety Lawyer Milloy were also named. The list of nominees consist of 93 players and 15 coaches. The Hall of Fame will select 25 seminfinalists in November and name 15 finalists in January.