Robinson, Greene among HOF finalists

Dave Robinson, a 1960s great, is one of two Hall of Fame finalists with Packers ties.

A 1960s Packers linebacker and a current Packers linebacker coach  are among this year's finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Dave Robinson, a three-time Pro Bowl selection who played for Green Bay from 1963-72 before finishing his career with the Redskins in 1973-74,  is one of two nominees from the senior committee.

Packers linebackers coach Kevin Greene, who played for the Rams, Steelers, Panthers and 49ers from 1985-99, is among 15 modern-era finalists. 

Joining Greene on the finalists list are offensive lineman Larry Allen, running back Jerome Bettis, receiver Tim Brown, receiver Cris Carter, owner Ed. DeBartolo Jr., linebacker Charles Haley, owner Art Modell, offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, coach and executive Bill Parcells, receiver Andre Reed, defensive tackle Warren Sapp, guard Will Shields, defensive end Michael Strahan and defensive back Aeneas Williams. Defensive tackle Curley Culp is the other senior committee nominee.

The 2013 class will be revealed Feb. 2. Finalists must receive 80 percent of the vote to get in. Enshrinement ceremonies are Aug. 3 in Canton, Ohio.