Kurt Warner and Morten Andersen, who both spent a brief time of their NFL careers with the Giants, were named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday night, along with running backs LaDanian Tomlinson and Terrell Davis, defensive end Jason Taylor, safety Kenny Easley and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
Taylor starred with the Dolphins and made the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 2000s and played briefly with the Jets in a 15-year career
Tomlinson, a Chargers and Jets standout, won an MVP award, two rushing titles, and set a record with 31 touchdowns and 186 points in 2006 on his way to the same all-decade squad.
Warner won a Super Bowl and two league MVP awards. In 2004, his only season with the Giants, he played 10 games, starting nine in Eli Manning's first season with the team. Andersen is the league's career scoring leader and played for 25 seasons, including one with the Giants (2001).
Davis rushed for more than 2,000 yards in a season and owns a regular-season and Super Bowl MVP honor. Easley, who played for the Seahawks, was a senior selection and Jones made it as a contributor.
Jets center Kevin Mawae was among a number of finalists who did not receive enough votes for induction. A candidate must receive 80 percent positive votes from the selectors on hand, with a minimum of four inductees and a maximum of eight. This year, 46 media members and two Hall of Famers (Dan Fouts and James Lofton) voted.
The class of 2017 will be inducted into the Canton, Ohio, shrine on Aug. 5.