Patriots Hall of Fame Quarterback Drew Bledsoe recently was the guest speaker of honor for the Gillette breakfast on Tuesday, November 29th to give a pep talk to the representatives of 12 football teams from the state of Massachusetts who are headed towards the big bowl games that kick off on Saturday, December 3. The event took place at Gillette Stadium for the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s state championship breakfast where teams from Divisions 1A, 2, 2A, 3, 3A and 4 prepared to kick off at 9 a.m. for the first game. It was a great time for everyone who got to attend.
The Ellensburg, Washington native played a total of fourteen seasons in the NFL and is best known for being the starting quarterback for the Patriots. During his high school years Bledsoe was a letterman in three sports: football, basketball and track and he even competed with the discus throw and javelin throw. He ended up attending Washington State University where he continued his football career and eventually entered in the 1993 NFL Draft where he was selected as the first all around player by the New England Patriots. After 8 years, he played for the Buffalo Bills for two years and then finished his career off with a year on the Cowboys’ roster in 2007.
Bledsoe recently attended this year’s Gillette breakfast that happened on Tuesday, November 29th at the Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts. He served as the guest speaker and was able to give them a great pep talk before all the big bowl games began.
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