• Moss among former Patriots on initial 2018 Hall of Fame nominee list

    By: Tom Leyden

    Updated:

    CANTON, Ohio - Former Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss, who most expect to be a first-ballot Hall of Famer, headlines a list of 108 players who are on the initial nomination list for the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame class.

    Moss, who played in New England from 2007-2010, caught 982 passes for 15,292 yards over the course of his career. He finished with the San Francisco 49ers in 2012, playing in Super Bowl XLVII against the Ravens.

    Other former Patriots on the list of 108, with the years they played in New England:

    Corey Dillon (2004-06): Rushed for 11,241 yards, including 1,635 in 2004 as Pats won Super Bowl XXXIX
    Fred Taylor (2009-10): Rushed for 11,695 yards, including 424 in two seasons with Patriots
    Chad Johnson (2011): 751 receptions and 10,783 receiving yards in 11 seasons, caught 15 passes for Patriots
    Ben Coates (1991-2000): 499 receptions and 5,555 receiving yards in 10 seasons with the Patriots
    Richard Seymour (2001-08): 496 tackles, 57.5 sacks in 12 NFL seasons, eight with Patriots - three-time Super Bowl champion
    Tedy Bruschi (1996-2008): 1065 tackles, 30.5 sacks in 13 NFL seasons, all with Patriots - three-time Super Bowl champion
    Willie McGinest (1994-2005): 798 tackles, 86 sacks in 15 NFL seasons, 12 with Patriots - three-time Super Bowl champion
    Ty Law (1995-2004): 53 interceptions, 7 touchdowns in 15 NFL seasons, 10 with Patriots - three-time Super Bowl champion
    Rodney Harrison (2003-08): 34 interceptions, 907 tackles in 15 NFL seasons, six with Patriots - two-time Super Bowl champion

     

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