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Ken Anderson, Ken Riley advance to Pro Football Hall of Fame Senior Semifinals

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Two Cincinnati Bengals legends are one step closer to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Thursday, Bengals greats Ken Riley and Ken Anderson advanced to the semifinals of the retooled senior selection process.

That same list will next be trimmed to 12 finalists, announced July 27. On August 12, the committee will select three of the 12 for the senior spots in the finals of the voting.

This is the full list of semifinalists:

“Ken Anderson, Maxie Baughan, Mark Clayton, Roger Craig, LaVern Dilweg, Randy Gradishar, Lester Hayes, Chris Hinton, Chuck Howley, Cecil Isbell, Joe Jacoby, Billie “White Shoes” Johnson, Mike Kenn, Joe Klecko, Bob Kuechenberg, George Kunz, Jim Marshall, Clay Matthews Jr., Eddie Meador, Stanley Morgan, Tommy Nobis, Ken Riley, Sterling Sharpe, Otis Taylor and Everson Walls.”

Earlier this offseason, the Hall announced it expanded the list of senior finalists and the senior committee that handles the nominations. This expansion applies to three classes through the 2025 iteration.

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