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Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt semifinalists for Pro Football Hall of Fame yet again

Is this finally the year two of the biggest stars of the 'Greatest Show on Turf' make their way to Canton?

A pair of St. Louis sports legends will have another shot at entering the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 

Former Rams receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt are semifinalists on the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2020 'Modern-Era' ballot.

The 'Greatest Show on Turf' teammates are semifinalists for a sixth time in 2020.

Bruce has the fifth most receiving yards of any player in NFL history. Holt is number 16 on that list. Both were an integral part of the high-flying Rams teams of 1999 and the early 2000's, and helped the franchise win its only Super Bowl in 2000.

Quarterback Kurt Warner, running back Marshall Faulk and offensive tackle Orlando Pace are other members of those Rams teams to already enshrined in Canton.

Watch: Isaac Bruce talks about Super Bowl memories

In 2020, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is amending its election rules in celebration of the NFL's Centennial Celebration. The 2020 class will be comprised of 20 members. That group will include five 'Modern-Era' players, 10 'Seniors', three 'Contributors' and two 'Coaches'.

The 'Modern-Era' list of players will be trimmed to 15 finalists on January 2, and then five players will be selected for induction on February 1, the day before Super Bowl LIV.

Watch: Torry Holt talks about reuniting with Super Bowl teammates

Steve Atwater, Carl Banks, Ronde Barber, Tony Boselli, LeRoy Butler, Alan Faneca, Steve Hutchinson, Edgerrin James, John Lynch, Clay Matthews, Sam Mills, Troy Polamalu, Simeon Rice, Richard Seymour, Steve Tasker, Fred Taylor, Zach Thomas, Hines Ward, Ricky Watters, Reggie Wayne, Patrick Willis, Darren Woodson and Bryant Young were also named as 'Modern-Era' semifinalists.

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