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Check out video from the Patriots first-ever regular season game on the 60th anniversary of the teams AFL debut.
Patriots Hall of Fame to reopen to the public on Friday following six month COVID-19 shutdown.
Listen to Robert Kraft’s phone call to Richard Seymour announcing he is the latest inductee to Patriots Hall of Fame.
Some quick thoughts on this Tuesday.
Willie McGinest tweets out some old Patriots highlights in “Flashback Friday” post.
The Top Plays from Rodney Harrison’s Patriots career.
we’d have a scrimmage at the Cleveland Browns, and Belichick would chew my butt out, man. He’d say, ‘Let the players play.’
The Patriots will honor the newest member of the franchise’s Hall of Fame today. During a half time ceremony at Gillette Stadium the Pats will hold a ceremony for Raymond Clayborn. The legendary number 26 is coincidentally the 26th person to join the Patriots Hall of Fame.
Patriots to honor teams 2017 Hall of Fame inductee Raymond Clayborn at halftime on Sunday.
Raymond Clayborn selected as the 26th member of the New England Patriots team Hall of Fame.
The stalemate among voters between Raymond Clayborn and Leon Gray sparks the question of whether either will ever break the 80% threshold to earn induction to the Patriots Hall of Fame.
Houston Antwine was born on April 11, 1939. He was one of the best players in football history that is not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Antwine is also the greatest player in Patriot history that most Pats fans don’t know about.
Happy Birthday to The Duke, Gino Cappelletti. Mr. Patriot turns 83, born on this day in 1934 in Keewatin Minnesota. With all due respect to the GOAT, nobody embodies the entire history of the Patriot franchise more than this legend. His absence from the Pro Football Hall of Fame is shameful, something that will hopefully be rectified before it is too late for him to be honored in person.
The voters for the NFL Hall of Fame don’t like the two-gap run stuffers…Voters want the guys who have the impressive sack totals
Former New England Patriot corner Ty Law has been named as a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
|NBC Sports Boston - Aug 3rd, 2021|