These Former Patriots Players Will Attend Tom Brady Induction Ceremony

The New England Patriots will honor Tom Brady and his legacy with a special induction ceremony at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday. The talented quarterback accomplished a lot of great things in two decades. Brady was the top contributor on Robert Kraft’s team and sure earned his spot in the team’s Hall of Fame.

A great number of current and former Patriots players will attend the ceremony at Gillette Stadium. writer Alexandra Francisco reported that over 100 players who played with Brady will arrive in Foxboro.

Top Patriots players to honor Brady and his induction ceremony

We definitely know that Rob Gronkowski won’t miss the event for anything in the world. The former Patriots tight end came out of his retirement to play with Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They even won a title together! Gronk considered retiring, but he couldn’t miss the chance to celebrate another success with Brady.

Julian Edelman would definitely be there, too. He and Brady were like brothers and they are great friends. Edelman and Brady played together for 11 seasons and know each other really well. Jules is definitely the best target Brady has ever had in his lengthy career. Many believed that the hardworking receiver would bring Brady back to New England, but it didn’t happen. Edelman was also seen at Patriots minicamp practice Monday.

Randy Moss will attend the ceremony, and so will Devin McCourty, James White, Matthew Slater, Brian Hoyer, Drew Bledsoe, Patrick Chung, Rob Ninkovich, Willie McGinest, Vince Wilfork, Wes Welker, Ty Law, Dan Koppen, Logan Mankins, Matt Cassell, and many more.

Enter Bill Belichick. The former Patriots head coach is expected to honor Brady on Wednesday. These two set up the foundation of the Patriots dynasty and won six championships together. Yes, Belichick also attended Brady’s roast. There’s no reason for him to miss such a big event. It’s the most important event in Brady’s professional career.