Which 49ers players are eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2024

Sep 19, 2023, 11:47 AM

Jeff Garcia #5 of the San Francisco 49ers is among 15 former 49ers players eligible for the 2024 Pr...

16 Dec 2001: Quarterback Jeff Garcia #5 of the San Francisco 49ers gains yardage against the Miami Dolphins during the game at 3Com Park in San Francisco, California. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory Credit: Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images

The Pro Football Hall of Fame released 173 names eligible for its Class of 2024 Tuesday morning.

Fifteen former San Francisco 49ers players are listed. But not all players will make it to Canton, Ohio. The number will be widdled down to 25 semifinalists in November. The Class of 2024 will be enshrined next August.

Outside of the Bay Area, some of the more notable names to be included are Brandon Marshall, Jordy Nelson, Antonio Gates, Jamaal Charles, Max Unger, and Julius Peppers.

Click here for the full list of Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2024 nominees

49ers players are eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2024

Quarterbacks: Jeff Garcia

Running backs: Ricky Watters, Charlie Garner, Brian Westbrook

Wide receivers: Anquan Boldin

Defensive linemen: Justin Smith, Dana Stubblefield, Ted Washington

Linebackers: NaVorro Bowman, Takeo Spikes, Patrick Willis, Lee Woodall, Julian Peterson

Safeties: Merton Hanks, Tim McDonald

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