Tom Brady Hall of Fame induction: Who is on Patriot icon's guest list?

Syndication: The Providence Journal
Tom Brady Hall of Fame induction: Who is on Patriot icon's guest list?

The New England Patriots have prioritized Tom Brady's Hall of Fame induction since retiring from the game. The day has come, and the seven-time Super Bowl champion will be inducted into the Patriots' Hall of Fame.

The Patriots chose 6/12/2024 because the numbers 6 and 12 are highly significant in Brady's career. He won six Super Bowl Championships and wore the No. 12 during his distinguished career in New England.

Furthermore, Patriots owner Robert Kraft waived the customary four-year waiting period for Brady, which is usually required before inducting players into the New England Patriots' Hall of Fame.


Who is on the Tom Brady Hall of Fame induction guest list?

Several of Brady's teammates will be at the Gillette Stadium for the former quarterback's induction. Here's the guest list:

  • Brian Hoyer, quarterback (2009-11, 2017-18)
  • Dan Koppen, center (2003-11)
  • David Andrews, center (2015-19)
  • Deion Branch, wide receiver (2002-05, 2010-12)
  • Devin McCourty, defensive back (2010-19)
  • Drew Bledsoe, quarterback (2000-01)
  • James White, running back (2014-19)
  • Julian Edelman, wide receiver (2009-2019)
  • Kevin Faulk, running back (2000-2011)
  • Logan Mankins, guard (2005-13)
  • Matt Cassel, quarterback (2005-08)
  • Matthew Slater, wide receiver/special teams (2008-19)
  • Patrick Chung, safety (2009-12, 2014-2019)
  • Randy Moss, wide receiver (2007-10)
  • Rob Gronkowski, tight end (2010-2018)
  • Rob Ninkovich, edge rusher (2009-16)
  • Ty Law, cornerback (2000-04)
  • Vince Wilfork, defensive tackle (2004-14)
  • Wes Welker, wide receiver (2007-12)
  • Willie McGinest, edge rusher (2000-05)

Furthermore, the Athletic reports that former Patriots coach Bill Belichick may attend Brady's induction at Gillette Stadium.


Tom Brady enjoyed two decades of success in New England

The New England Patriots are one of the most successful franchises in NFL history, and Tom Brady is a major reason for the feat.

The Michigan Wolverines product joined the Patriots in 1999 and enjoyed a successful 20-year stint in New England. Tom Brady won six rings with the Patriots: Super Bowl XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX, LI and LIII.

That made him the player with the most Super Bowls won with a single franchise in NFL history. Brady was one half of the Belichick-Brady duo, the most successful coach and quarterback partnership in NFL history.

The pair was instrumental in the Patriots maintaining an iron grip on the AFC Conference. The Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants only prevented them from winning nine Super Bowls.

Tom Brady's Hall of Fame induction is highly deserved and is the first of many following his retirement from professional football. Expect a Pro Football Hall of Fame induction to follow.

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