The New England Patriots have many players in their history that are worthy of a Hall of Fame nomination. Here are four players that should get the call.
The New England Patriots‘ 20-year dynasty is one of the most successful not only in professional football, but in all of sports history.
The team has won six Super Bowl titles, numerous conference and division titles, as well as countless personal awards for Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. This run of success probably will never be duplicated by any sports team for years to come — if ever.
The early 2000s Patriots team is the team that started this dynasty, and many players were responsible for the early success of the Patriots dynasty. A lot of these players have been recognized by the Patriots organization and by landing analyst jobs with ESPN, NBC, and the NFL Network to share their knowledge of football with fans.
While that is cool that they have been recognized for their success on the field by these stations and the team they once played for, it is time that the Pro Football Hall of Fame recognizes them as well.
The Hall of Fame is one of the highest honors for a player besides winning the Super Bowl, because you are recognized by a variety of people who think you played well enough to be immortalized in the Hall.
It was tough to narrow this list down to four players, but everyone who reads this will most likely agree that these four players deserve to be in the Hall of Fame.
Here are the four former New England Patriots players from the early 2000s that should find themselves in the Hall of Fame.