The Pro Football Hall of Fame has done the back-breaking work of sorting through and compiling a list of all the fathers and sons who have played professional football. To date, there are 187 documented sets, including the Matthews family, which has had three generations play. Depending on how Saturday's draft shapes up, there could be quite a few new entries to the list. Here are some who have made it:

- Marion Barber Jr. (N.Y. Jets), Marion Barber III (Cowboys)

- Bennie Blades (Lions, Seahawks), H.B. Blades (Redskins)

- Ross Browner (Bengals, Packers), Max Starks (Steelers)

- Rob Carpenter (Oilers), Bobby Capenter (Cowboys, Rams)

- Rubin Carter (Broncos), Andrew Carter (49ers, Redskins)

- Randy Crowder (Dolphins, Buccaneers), Channing Crowder (Dolphins)

- Tony Dorsett (Cowboys, Broncos), Anthony Dorsett (Oilers, Raiders)

- Stan Edwards (Oilers, Lions), Braylon Edwards (Browns, Jets)

- Russ Grimm (Redskins), Cody Grimm (Buccaneers)

- Don Hasslebeck (Patriots), Matt Hasslebeck (Seahawks)

- Howie Long (Raiders), Chris Long (Rams)

- Marv Marinovich (Raiders), Todd Marinovich (Raiders)

- Terry Metcalf (Cardinals), Eric Metcalf (Browns)

- Walter Payton (Bears), Jarrett Payton (Titans)

- Ron Springs (Cowboys), Shawn Springs (Seahawks, Patriots)

- Mosi Tatupu (Patriots), Lofa Tatupu (Seahawks)

- Kellen Winslow (Chargers), Kellen Winslow Jr. (Buccaneers)