Patriots Hall Of Fame
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This summer, another key member of the early-2000s dynasty will be inducted into the Patriots Hall Of Fame.
The Patriots Hall of Fame has a new member.
There was already one big party at Gillette Stadium for Ty Law this year, but the three-time Super Bowl champ deserves another.
Thousands of fans pooled into Patriots Place in Foxboro on Friday, as Ty Law was inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame.
This is the night that many Patriots fans look forward to, as the team will welcome the newest member of the Hall of Fame and then hit the practice field for season ticket holders.
Bill Belichick called this time the “grinding through camp period” on Wednesday, and had some more praise for second-year receiver Kenbrell Thompkins.
The newest member of the Patriots Hall of Fame joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh & Zolak show to talk about the honor, reminisce on his career and look forward to the August ceremony at Gillette.
The Patriots announced Monday that Ty Law has been voted by the fans as the 22nd person to enter the Patriots Hall of Fame.
Despite being known by many as the man who brought New England back to credibility, Beetle believes Bill Parcells doesn’t merit a spot in the Patriots Hall of Fame.