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Patriots Announce Their 50th Anniversary Team


The Patriots on Saturday announced their 50th anniversary team, part of their year-long celebration of the franchise’s golden anniversary. The team was selected by the Hall of Fame nominating committee, a group made up of media and team officials.

The team will be honored at halftime of New England’s Monday Night Football season opener against Buffalo on September 14th.

OFFENSE

OT Bruce Armstrong

OT Matt Light

G John Hannah

G Logan Mankins

C Jon Morris

TE Ben Coates

WR Stanley Morgan

WR Troy Brown

WR Irving Fryar

QB Tom Brady

RB Jim Nance

RB Sam Cunningham

DEFENSE

DE Julius Adams

DE Richard Seymour

DT Houston Antwine

DT Vince Wilfork

OLB Andre Tippett

OLB Mike Vrabel

ILB Steve Nelson

ILB Nick Buoniconti

CB Mike Haynes

CB Ty Law

S Fred Marion

S Rodney Harrison

SPECIALISTS

K Adam Vinatieri

P Rich Camarillo

SPT Mosi Tatupu

KR/PR Kevin Faulk

CAPTAIN

WR/K Gino Cappelletti

HEAD COACH

Bill Belichick


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5 Responses to “Patriots Announce Their 50th Anniversary Team”

  1. Tom says:

    I am pretty surprised that Randy Moss isn’t on there. Granted, guys like Troy and Fryar symbolized the Patriots way but if their doing that, then why isn’t Bruschi on the list?

  2. Rob says:

    Great List. Surprised to see some of the recent players on here like Light and Mankins, although I think they are great choices. I wince not seeing Tedy Bruschi’s name on here. While I agree that Nelson and Buoniconti were better and more high profile players, Bruschi is a Patriot, Buoniconti is a Dolphin – ‘nuf said. Put Bruschi on the list!

  3. Kelly Mac says:

    I agree, Buoniconti is a turn coat! If not Bruschi, then Don Blackmon who had many years left before his neck injury. Or, how ’bout Vincent “The Undertaker” Brown or Chris Slade? Fryar too. He was another turn coat. He was always good for a bonehead play in every game. I don’t see the affection fans and media have for the guy and his years in NE! I’d rather see Cedric Jones who was the Troy Brown of the 80’s! Jones always made big plays! Nice to see the late great Jim Nance, I watched him play when I was a kid. He was like Csonka with moves!

  4. mikenmerritt says:

    no no nick b (hes a dolphin)no fryar bonehead is correct leon gray over matt(matador)light of course full tilt #54 lawyer malloy over fred marion he was our heart and soul brf rodney(we need to campaign hard 4 rodney 4 hof)

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