The most interesting stat about each member of the 2017 Hall of Fame class

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Morten Andersen

All-time leading scorer for two franchises: Anderson, drafted by the Saints in 1982, holds the scoring record for the Saints and the Falcons. He set NFL records for career points (2,544), field goals (565) and games (382). Andersen is the fourth place-kicker to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but only the second to do so primarily as a kicker (Jan Stenerud).

Terrell Davis

Only player with 100 yards and three touchdowns in a Super Bowl: Davis rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns against the Packers in Super Bowl XXXII, including the go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter. His 259 total rushing yards in two Super Bowl appearances are the fourth-most all time.

Kurt Warner

Three 300-yard passing games in the Super Bowl: Warner has three of the four highest passing games in Super Bowl history behind Tom Brady's performance in Super Bowl LI. Warner and Brady are the only two quarterbacks to throw for 400 yards or more in a Super Bowl.

Jerry Jones

Owns the most valuable franchise in the world: When Jerry Jones bought the Cowboys in 1989, he paid $140 million for the team. According to Forbes' 2017 rankings, the Cowboys are now worth $4.2 billion. The past two Super Bowl runners-up (Falcons and Panthers) are worth a combined $4.21 billion.

Jason Taylor

NFL leader in scoop-and-scores: Taylor has turned six fumble recoveries into touchdowns in his career, most of any NFL player. Taylor has also recorded three career safeties, second most in NFL history. Between the 2000 and 2009 seasons, Taylor recorded 111 sacks, 21 more sacks than any other player during that span.

LaDainian Tomlinson

Seven career passing touchdowns: Tomlinson was a triple-threat on the football field as a runner, receiver and passer. Tomlinson threw for seven touchdowns in his career. He is one of four running backs with 5,000 career rushing yards and five passing touchdowns. Of those four running backs, only Walter Payton has more passing touchdowns than Tomlinson.

Kenny Easley

Five Pro Bowl selections in seven seasons: Easley's career was unfortunately cut short due to kidney disease. In that short time, the safety was named First-Team All-Pro three times and selected to five Pro Bowls.