While the NFL Network was showing a game of Pictionary, the NFL's website announced the Hall of Fame's Class of 2019. Your new enshrinees:
Tony Gonzalez, TE, KC/ATL
A first-ballot HOFer, Gonzalez played in 14 Pro Bowls and made six All-Pro teams. He is still second in NFL history in receptions behind only Jerry Rice.
Ed Reed, S, BAL/HOU/NYJ
A first-ballot HOFer, Reed played in nine Pro Bowls and made five All-Pro teams. He was the 2004 Defensive Player of the Year, a Super Bowl champion, and three times led the league in interceptions.
Champ Bailey, CB, WAS/DEN
A first-ballot HOFer, 12-time Pro Bowler, and three-time All-Pro. His best season might have been 2006, when he led the NFL with 10 interceptions returned for 162 yards.
Ty Law, CB, NE/NYJ/KC/DEN
A five-time Pro Bowler, three-time All-Pro, and three-time Super Bowl champion with New England. Twice led the league in interceptions.
Kevin Mawae, C, SEA/NYJ/TEN
Eight-time Pro Bower, three-time All-Pro. From 1995 to 2004, Mawae didn't miss a single start between the Seahawks and Jets.
Pat Bowlen, owner, DEN
Bowlen purchased the Broncos in 1984. Since then the team has played in seven Super Bowls, more than any team under any owner except the 10 of Robert Kraft and the Patriots.
Gil Brandt, executive, DAL
Am I the only one who thought Brandt was already in the Hall of Fame? Brandt managed the Cowboys roster for 29 years, guiding the team to five Super Bowl appearances, two championships, and 20 consecutive winning seasons. Brandt will join 15 players he acquired for the Cowboys who have already been enshrined in Canton.
Johnny Robinson, DB, DTX/KC
The lone senior finalist nominated for enshrinement this year Robinson began his career with the Dallas Texans (now known as the Kansas City Chiefs) in the AFL's inaugural season in 1960. A six-time All-Pro and seven-time Pro Bowler, Robins won three AFL championships, played in the first Super Bowl against Green Bay, and had an interception in Kansas City's 23-7 win over Minnesota in Super Bowl IV.