Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2022 revealed at NFL Honors A pillar in New Orleans' Dome Patrol defense for nearly a decade

Offensive tackle Tony Boselli, defensive tackle Richard Seymour, safety LeRoy Butler, linebacker Sam Mills

The first draft pick in Jacksonville Jaguars history is now the first Hall of Fame player in franchise history. Boselli,

a star tackle out of USC, was the second overall pick in the 1995 draft and a sure thing from the start. A member of the 1990s Hall of Fame All-Decade Team

he led the Jags, the upstarts of said decade, to four straight playoff appearances and two AFC title games from 1996-1999

Boselli's career was cut short by a shoulder injury suffered in 2001, but not before he was voted to five Pro Bowls

Boselli played just 91 games in seven professional seasons, but in his 16th year of eligibility and his sixth as a finalist

LeRoy's long wait to leap into the annals of Canton is over. Butler, who spent the duration of his 12-year career with the Green Bay Packers

is in the Hall of Fame in his 16th year of eligibility. A four-time Pro Bowler and first-team All-Pro in Green Bay

Butler was a ball-hawking, hard-hitting safety for the Brett Favre-era Packers. He's the only player in league history with at least three picks

and three sacks in three straight seasons, and one of just six with 30-plus interceptions and 20-plus sacks in his career

A Super Bowl champion and member of the 1990s Hall of Fame All-Decade Team Butler is also fondly remembered as the creator