Have you ever wondered who’s in the Patriots Hall of Fame?
Tom Brady, the legendary quarterback who spent 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, was honored in a special ceremony during the team’s season-opening game against the Philadelphia Eagles. The halftime ceremony at Gillette Stadium drew a packed crowd, and Brady addressed the fans with gratitude.
During the ceremony, Robert Kraft made two important announcements. First, they’re making the process of inducting people into the Patriots Hall of Fame faster. Second, they’re going to hold the Hall of Fame ceremony at Gillette Stadium on June 12, 2024, to include more fans. They picked this date because it’s related to Tom Brady’s career, with his six Super Bowl wins and the number 12 on his jersey. Season Ticket Members will get first dibs on tickets, and more details will be shared later.
Brady doesn’t have to wait for the usual four-year period to get into the Hall of Fame. They made a special exception just for him. So, Brady will be the 35th person to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame presented by RTX.
The Patriots Hall of Fame, sponsored by RTX, is the most important attraction at Patriot Place (besides the stadium, of course). It’s unique because it combines sports history and education. With lots of cool multimedia displays and old stuff, it shows off the New England Patriots’ history and teaches kids about math and science. Plus, it’s where you can see the Patriots’ six Lombardi Trophies.
With its 20,000 square feet of exhibit space, located above the Patriots’ Pro Shop, it allows fans to relive the team’s history and celebrate legendary players who’ve been inducted into the Hall of Fame, such as Willie McGinest, Tedy Bruschi, Drew Bledsoe, Ty Law, and many more. It’s a must-visit for football and New England Patriots enthusiasts.
As Patriots fans eagerly await next June, here’s the complete list of players and individuals inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame.
Nick Gemelli is a Producer for the Toucher and Rich program and contributor for 985thesportshub.com. you can follow Nick at @NickGemelli on Twitter.