Redskins HOF candidates now and in the future

At age 30, Trent Williams is a six-time Pro Bowler.Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

O-linemen Jacoby, Williams prospects for call to Hall


Tackle Joe Jacoby: Massive offensive tackle (6-foot-7, 295 pounds) is one of the great undrafted college free agents in NFL history. He was a founding member of The Hogs, the dominant Washington offensive line that helped it win three Super Bowls in a 10-year period and reach another. Jacoby made the Pro Bowl four times in 13 seasons and spent his prime battling such legendary pass rushers as Lawrence Taylor and Reggie White. After not being elected this year. Jacoby now moves to the Seniors group.

Still playing

Left tackle Trent Williams: The six-time Pro Bowler is among the best at his position, a rare combination of size and speed who can handle almost any pass rusher on his own. That's what the Redskins hoped they were getting with the No. 4 pick in the 2010 draft. Williams has had issues with drug tests. He was suspended four games by the NFL in 2016. But he is durable, dependable and showing no signs of slowing down at age 30. He is coming off his first major surgery, however, after playing most of last season on a torn patellar tendon in his right knee.