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Today in Patriots History: Tim Goad

Today in Patriots History: Tim Goad

John Morgan | February 28, 2020

In week three of his rookie season Goad got his first start when Brent Williams moved to defensive end due to an injury to Ken Sims. Goad remained a fixture at nose tackle for the next seven seasons with the Patriots.

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Today in Patriots History: Raymond Berry

Today in Patriots History: Raymond Berry

John Morgan | February 27, 2020

Berry was the New England wide receivers coach for four seasons under Chuck Fairbanks and Ron Erhardt. He returned three years later as head coach, replacing Ron Meyer mid season. 1985 was Berry’s first full season as head coach. It would turn out to be the best year to be a fan of the Patriots in the first four decades of the franchise.

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Today in Patriots History: Tom marries Gisele

Today in Patriots History: Tom marries Gisele

John Morgan | February 26, 2020

February 26 marks the eleventh wedding anniversary for Tom Brady and Gisele B√ľndchen. The lovebirds married on this date in 2009 in Santa Monica. Certainly a good choice over Tara Reid.

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Today in Patriots History: Jack Concannon

John Morgan | February 25, 2020

Jack Concannon highlights today in Patriots history. The Dorchester native was the Pats first selection in the 1964 AFL draft.

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Today in Patriots History: Marv Cook

Today in Patriots History: Marv Cook

John Morgan | February 24, 2020

For a few years Marv Cook was considered to be the best tight end in Patriots history. Cook thrived in spite of his quarterbacks being Marc Wilson, Hugh Millen, Tommy Hodson, Scott Zolak and Jeff Carlson. He set franchise records despite playing for head coaches Rod Rust and Dick MacPherson, and GMs Pat Sullivan, Joe Mendes and Tom Bass, not exactly known for filling a team with a quality complimentary roster

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Today in Patriots History: Jerod Mayo

Today in Patriots History: Jerod Mayo

John Morgan | February 23, 2020

Jerod Mayo was team captain for seven consecutive seasons. The defensive play caller appeared in 111 games, all with the Patriots. He was the Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2008 and an All Pro two years later when he led the NFL in tackles.

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Today in Patriots History: Larry Eisenhauer

Today in Patriots History: Larry Eisenhauer

John Morgan | February 22, 2020

Larry Eisenhauer was one of the greatest players in Boston Patriots history, and also one of the greatest characters in the history of pro football. The Wild Man and Shawn Jefferson headline February 22 in Pats history.

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Today in Pats History: Original Patriot Walt Cudzik

Today in Pats History: Original Patriot Walt Cudzik

John Morgan | February 21, 2020

Walt Cudzik joined the Patriots in their inaugural season and played in every game from 1960 to 1963. That includes the Pats first postseason game when the team defeated Buffalo for the AFL East title as well as the 1963 AFL Championship Game versus San Diego. Walt was named to the UPI 1st Team All-AFL in 1960 and was the Pats offensive team captain in 1963.

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60th Anniversary to the naming of the Boston ‘Patriots’

60th Anniversary to the naming of the Boston ‘Patriots’

John Morgan | February 20, 2020

February 20 marks the 60th anniversary of the then newly formed Boston professional football team being officially named the Patriots. Team colors were appropriately decided to be red, white and blue.

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Today in Patriots History: Billy Johnson

Today in Patriots History: Billy Johnson

John Morgan | February 19, 2020

Billy Johnson is a player unfamiliar to most fans of the Patriots. That obscurity is unfortunately better than his side of the story. Johnson is one of many former players who are unfamiliar with their daily surroundings. Alzheimer’s robbed him of his memory.

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