Patriot Nation Loses A Fan Favorite

According to the Honululu Star Bulletin, former New England Patriots running back Mosi Tatupu reportedly died yesterday at the age of 54. He played 13 NFL seasons and was with the Patriots from 1978-1990. He was currently the running backs coach at Curry College and is the father of Seattle pro bowl linebacker Lofa Tatupu.

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  1. JERRY says:

    M-O-S-I / MOSI
    YOU WILL BE MISSED. YOU GAVE THE FANS IN SECTION 2
    NORTH END ZONE LOTS OF ENJOYMENT.
    MAY YOU REST IN PEASE.

  2. Dan says:

    About fourteen years ago i was coaching a local pop warner team. As a fund raiser we played the ex-patriots in flag football. My son who was seven years old at the time had just suffered a severe leg injury resulting in over 500 stitches. After the game John Hannah and Mosi sat around talking to my son about injuries they had suffered and how they where able to overcome them. I was blown away by there concern and encouragement they had to offer. Six weeks later my son was back on the field playing the final game of the season. Mosi was a great football player but more importantly a great person. He will be truly missed.

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