Drafted in 1999, Faulk will walk away the franchise leader in all-purpose yards with 12,349. More importantly, he will be remembered as the most clutch third-down backs in New England history.
But the memories of Faulk will not stop on the field. In the locker room, he brought leadership to players both young and old, which will no doubt earn him a place in the Patriots Hall of Fame in the near future.
“More than anything, he epitomizes the kind of player this organization has built its success on,” special teams captain Matthew Slater said of Faulk on Monday. “The kind of guy who’s been unselfish over the course of his career, and really stepped up in big moments. He was a huge role player. He became a star as a role player, made plays for this team time after time in big clutch situations "
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