“Through five decades, my romance with football and my relationship with the Patriots organization have provided me with a lifetime of wonderful memories,” said Cappelletti when announcing his decision to retire. “I have had the privilege of sharing the broadcast of six Super Bowls, and amazingly, five in the past decade. The memory of the first Super Bowl victory will always be fresh in my mind. For me, it serves as a special reminder of how far this franchise has come, the challenges that were met, and the adversity we faced in those early years.”
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Cappelletti continued, “But as they say in the huddle after a long, successful day’s work…it’s time to take a knee and celebrate the win!”
Cappelletti has been a commentator for The New England Patriots, currently on 98.5 The Sports Hub, for 33 years.
He has worked along with Gil Santos for 29 of those years.
Cappelletti was born in Minnesota and attended the University of Minnesota "
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