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Kevin Faulk Elected Into New England Patriots Hall of Fame

Three-time Super Bowl champion voted by fans as 25th entrant into the Hall

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    Kevin Faulk Elected Into New England Patriots Hall of Fame
    Keith Nordstrom/New England Patriots

    Three-time Super Bowl champion Kevin Faulk has been voted by fans as the 25th entrant into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame.

    Faulk joins Troy Brown (2012) and Tedy Bruschi (2013) as the third player to enter the Hall as a career Patriot with three Super Bowl rings.

    "Kevin Faulk helped deliver three Super Bowl championships and redefined the way an entire generation of Patriots fans celebrated football in New England," says Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft. "Despite entering the NFL as the second-leading rusher in SEC history, he arrived in New England without ego or pretense. He was a selfless and tireless contributor to the team, accepting every challenge and excelling in many roles throughout his 13-year career."

    The running back spent his entire 13-year professional career playing for the Pats.

    Faulk's induction ceremony will be held on Aug. 1. The outdoor ceremony is free and open to the public. In addition, Faulk will be honored wit ha halftime ceremony at the Patriots' 2016 home opener against the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 18.

    Faulk's induction ceremony will be held on Aug. 1. The outdoor ceremony is free and open to the public.

    In addition, Faulk will be honored wit ha halftime ceremony at the Patriots' 2016 home opener against the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 18.

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