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Tedy Bruschi voted into Patriots Hall of Fame


Former Patriot linebacker Tedy Bruschi has been voted into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame. Two weeks ago, Bruschi was voted into College Football Hall of Fame, and now he will be entered into the Patriots Hall of Fame, a great month for the New England Football hero.

The Patriots selected Bruschi in the third round of the 1996 NFL draft. Bruschi had a great career with New England where he enjoyed 3 Super Bowl victories with New England, and he enjoyed a 16-0 regular season with New England. He played in 5 total Super Bowls with the Patriots: 1996, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, and made it to the Pro Bowl twice, and was named 2005 Comeback Player of the Year. He spent all 13 seasons with New England.

“I’m very proud to have only played for one organization my entire career, and I worked very hard to make sure that happened,” he said. “I remember getting drafted in my apartment in Tucson, Ariz., and my girlfriend, who is now my wife, I told her that I was going to stay with the New England Patriots my entire career. That was after being drafted and within 10 or 15 minutes. And to be able to look back and say I did that and stay with an organization and build something special is something I’m very proud of. I don’t know if it’s — in my mind I was finished, but to have this — winning championships is better, but this is cool.”

Bruschi is now an NFL analyst for ESPN and

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