On Tuesday, the New England Patriots formally announced the finalists for induction into the team Hall of Fame in 2020.
This years finalists for a red jacket are defensive lineman Richard Seymour (2001-2008), linebacker Mike Vrabel (2001-2008), and head coach Bill Parcells (1993-1996).
Seymour has now been selected a finalist in each of his four years of his Patriots Hall of Fame eligibility (2017-20), Vrabel is a finalist for the fifth straight time (2016-20), and Parcells is a finalist for the fourth time after being selected as a finalist in 2011, 2012 and 2014.
Take a look at the contributions of each finalist in the video links below.
Fans have the opportunity to vote at patriots.com/hof through May 8, and the team will announce the 2020 Patriots Hall of Fame selection the following week.
The 2020 inductee will mark the 30th person to be enshrined into the Patriots Hall of Fame dating back to 1991.
Through 2019, 27 former players and two contributors (Owner and founder Billy Sullivan and broadcaster Gil Santos) have been enshrined in The Hall.
Five players have also been enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
The date and time of the 2020 ceremony will be announced by the Patriots at a later date.
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