Pro Football Hall of Fame 2013 finalists: 1 player with Denver ties

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Of the 17 Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists for the class of 2013, one player has ties with the Denver Broncos.

Of the 17 Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists for the class of 2013, one player has ties with the city of Denver -- wide receiver Andre Reed, though he barely spent any time with the Broncos.

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Reed made a name for himself while playing for the Buffalo Bills. He was drafted out of Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in the fourth round in 1985. He played with the Bills through the 1999 season. With the Bills, he was named to the Pro Bowl seven times, he was a second-team All Pro twice, he played on four AFC Championship teams and he is in the Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame.

Before the 2000 season, he signed a three-year contract with the Broncos. However, after being buried on the depth chart and after being inactive during the team's season opener, he asked for his release from the team. He signed with the Redskins and retired after the 2000 season.

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