Matt Light spent his entire 11-year career with the Patriots and played a major role in leading the Patriots to 11 consecutive winning seasons, including nine division championships, five conference titles and three Super Bowls titles. Light was drafted in the second round (48th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft out of Purdue and anchored the offensive line at left tackle while protecting Tom Brady’s blind side for more than a decade. He joined Brady (eight), Cornelius Bennett, John Elway and Charles Haley as the only other players to start in at least five Super Bowls. Light joins Kevin Faulk (2016), Tedy Bruschi (2013) and Troy Brown (2012) as the fourth player to enter The Hall as a career Patriot with three Super Bowl rings. He is the sixth player to be selected by the fans into the Patriots Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, joining Drew Bledsoe (2011), Troy Brown, Tedy Bruschi, Kevin Faulk and Ty Law (2014).

Selected to the Patriots 50th Anniversary Team in 2009

One of five NFL players in history to start in five different Super Bowls

Selected to three Pro Bowls and named All Pro in 2007

Number: 72
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6-4
Weight: 305

College: Purdue
Seasons with the Patriots (11): 2001-2011
Inducted: 2018