Today is the final day to cast your vote for the next inductee to the New England Patriots Hall of Fame.

The voting, which began in late April, wraps up tonight and fan voting will be given a say as to what former Patriot moves on into the team’s hall of fame.  The three nominees include Raymond Clayborn, Richard Seymour, and Mike Vrabel.

Clayborn is on the ballot and a finalist for the fourth straight year, while Vrabel appears for the second time and Seymour is on the list for the first year.

The former cornerback Clayborn was a three-time pro bowler with New England and played with the team from 1977-1989.  He also shares the franchise record for most interceptions with Ty Law at 36.

Vrabel was acquired by the Pats as a free agent in 2001 after four seasons with Pittsburgh.  During his time in New England, Vrabel was part of three championship teams and played on both sides of the ball at times.  He played both inside and outside linebacker and had 10 career touchdowns on 10 receptions.

New England will only enshrine one former Pat into the hall this year and the defensive player that is selected will become the 26th person to be honored by the team.  The induction ceremony will be set for a date during the summer training camp and will be held at the NRG Plaza outside of Gillette Stadium.

You can vote for your favorite at the button below.


New England Patriots Hall of Famers:

Houston Antwine (2015)
Bruce Armstrong (2001)
Drew Bledsoe (2011)
Troy Brown (2012)
Tedy Bruschi (2013)
Nick Buoniconti (1992)
Gino Cappelletti (1992)
Ben Coates (2008)
Sam Cunningham (2010)
Bob Dee (1993)
Kevin Faulk (2016)
Steve Grogan (1995)
John Hannah (1991)
Mike Haynes (1994)
Jim Lee Hunt (1993)
Ty Law (2014)
Willie McGinest (2015)
Stanley Morgan (2007
Jon Morris (2011)
Jim Nance (2009)
Steve Nelson (1993)
Vito “Babe” Parilli (1993)
Andre Tippett (1999)

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