The fifth Annual Patriots Hall of Fame ceremony will be held in the Patriots Place in Foxboro, Massachusetts sometime in August 2014. The ceremony will feature a presentation held by owner, Robert Kraft and his son, Jonathan Kraft. The ceremony will also include word from previous Hall of Fame inductees as well. A panel is being put into place to select between three possible nominees, Ty Law, Raymond Clayborn and Bill Parcells, the latter of whom was a nominee for the third consecutive season. The panel will place their votes on the top two choices and fans will be able to vote to decide who the selections are.
1. Ty Law
Ty Law, Tedy Bruschi and others tackle Donavon McNabb during Superbowl 39 Victory
Ty Law, former Patriots cornerback who helped the Patriots on their three Superbowl victories was the cornerstone of the Patriots defense throughout his 10 year tenure (1995-2004) in New England. Law has recorded 53 interceptions in his 14 year career, including over 10 interceptions in the NFL playoffs. Law is known for his 47-yard interception return touchdown against Kurt Warner during his Superbowl 36 victory, the play that set the tone for the Patriots during their dynasty years. Law also has caught 10 interceptions against quarterback Peyton Manning.
Law has also played in two different stints for the New York Jets, and played for the Kansas City Chiefs, before ending his career with the Denver Broncos after being cut during the 2010 offseason.
"It’ll mean a lot," Law said. “It'll put the icing on the cake as far as my playing career with the Patriots."