Things you should know about the New England Patriots

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The New England Patriots were established in 1959. In their over 50 years of existence, the Patriots have had some of the greatest professional athletes of all time on their team. Just making it onto this team requires years of dedication, training, and practice. You can be sure that Patriot all-stars have spent their free time weight lifting and jogging instead of sitting at home and playing party bingo in their underwear. This post is going to showcase a few of the best Patriot players to ever grace the field.

Troy Brown was a wide receiver, punt returner, and cornerback for the New England Patriots from 1993 until 2007. Brown was a 3x Super Bowl champion, a 5x AFC champion, and was awarded the Ed Block Courage Award during his tenure with the Patriots. Brown is the Patriot's all-time leader in receptions. Fans loved him because he was viewed as hard working and down to earth.

Sam “Bam” Cunningham first made a name for himself when he played for the University of Souther California from 1970 until 1972. He scored a record setting four touchdowns in the 1973 Rose Bowl. That performance led to him being inducted in the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992 and into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2010. Cunningham began playing as a fullback for the New England Patriots in 1973 and stayed there for his entire football career until 1982. In 2010, he was inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame.

Thomas Edward Patrick Brady has played for the New England Patriots since 2000 and has managed to be an 8x Pro Bowl Player, 2x Super Bowl MVP, and 5x AFC Champion. In 2007, Brady was AP Male Athlete of the Year. Brady and coach Bill Belichick have won 125 regular season games and 16 postseason games together as well as appearing in five Super Bowls.

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