Four Packer stars from the past 25 years are among the 108 modern era nominees to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Receivers Donald Driver and Sterling Sharpe, safety Leroy Butler, and coach Mike Holmgren are among the early candidates. Semifinalists and finalists will be determined before the inductees are announced the day before the Super Bowl. Linebacker Clay Matthews’ father Clay Junior is also a nominee along with ex Packers Sean Landeta, Seth Joyner, Jeff Saturday, and Keith Millard. Glory Years’ guard Jerry Kramer is a finalist nominated by the Hall’s senior committee. Meanwhile, former 1960s linebacker and three time All Pro Dan Currie has died in Las Vegas at age 82.