The Pro Football Hall of Fame will induct its latest class at 7 p.m. ET Saturday in Canton, Ohio (ESPN).

From a man who blocked for Curtis Martin to one of the defensive anchors of the Patriots’ first Super Bowl team to the man who helped make the Cowboys America’s Team, we celebrate the the HOF Class of 2019.

We are taking a look at each member of the class as Hall of Fame week rolls on. Here’s a look:

Law’s induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year makes him the first Patriots defender from that championship era to earn entry.

Mawae was selected for eight Pro Bowls, was a six-time All-Pro and given place on the NFL’s All-Decade team for the 2000s.

Brandt played a vital role in bringing nine Hall of Famers to the Cowboys as well as 15 of the 19 players currently in the Cowboys’ Ring of Honor.

News, video and analysis: HOF Class of ’19



Louis Riddick calls former Ravens safety and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Ed Reed one of the best all-around players in NFL history.



Louis Riddick says your jaw would hit the floor watching Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Champ Bailey play.



Louis Riddick calls Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Johnny Robinson a throwback defensive back.



Adam Schefter says Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Tony Gonzalez takes his rightful position among the greats in Canton, Ohio.