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David Patten

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David Patten, a former NFL wide receiver and three-time Super Bowl champion with the Patriots, has died.

David Patten Death Cause

Sam Gordon of G2 Management, where Patten is one of his clients, confirmed his death to The State on Friday morning. A cause of death has not been confirmed, although 98.5 in Boston reported that Patten died in a motorcycle accident. He was 47.

Patten’s former teammates and NFL colleagues have used social media to offer their condolences.

Richard Seymour, who played with Patten in New England, tweeted a photo of his former teammate with the caption, “The great broken hearted man of God … speechless – David Patten.

Pattens colleague wide receiver and former Patriots teammate Deion Branch called him on Twitter a “great player, but above all a great man, mentor and brother”.

The Patriots signed Patten as a free agent in 2001, his fifth NFL season after stints with the Giants and Browns. Before making his NFL debut, he played briefly in the Arena Football League.

Patten had a long and successful career with the Saints, Washington Football Team and the Browns, among others. He scored a total of 324 catches, 4,715 yards and 24 touchdowns in 147 career games.

“It breaks my heart to hear of David’s tragic death at such a young age,” Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said in a statement. “I am grateful to have trained David. He’s an important person and player in the history of the Patriots, without whom we would not have become Super Bowl champions.

“I particularly value David for his professional career. Like everyone else, David embodied the unannounced, homemade gamer who braved tremendous opportunities not only to earn a job in the NFL, but also to become a key player on several championship teams. I can speak for anyone who has had the pleasure of being with David that his work ethic, positive energy and character were elitist. My condolences go out to his family and loved ones. ”

However, his four seasons in New England with quarterback Tom Brady were his most successful NFL years. Patten won three Super Bowl championships with the Patriots, scoring a total of 165 catches, 2,513 yards, 16 touchdowns and one touchdown as a Patriot.

Patten caught Brady’s first Super Bowl touchdown pass against the Rams in their 20-17 win in 2002 that started the franchise dynasty.

Patten left the Patriots after that 2004 season, but he re-signed with the team in 2010 before retiring that summer.