Ex-Patriot savors NFL memories
WOODSTOCK – Early during the 2001 NFL season, three young players from the New England Patriots headed out on the town.
At 6-foot-5 and 295 pounds, defensive tackle Jace Sayler was the biggest of the group. Second-year long snapper Lonie Paxton, who had appeared in 16 games one year earlier, had the most experience.
A scrawny quarterback named Tom Brady rounded out the trio.
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