Milestone Memorabilia

The Hall preserves history as it’s made.

As The Hall enjoys another season of New England Patriots football, it keeps the archives up-to-date with the newest record-breaking and record-setting milestone artifacts.

Some of the new items on display from the 2018 season include Tom Brady’s 500th career passing touchdown football, which was the same ball completed for a touchdown to his NFL-record 71st different receiver on Thursday, Oct. 4 vs. the Colts at Gillette Stadium.  Josh Gordon became the 71st different receiver to catch a Brady touchdown pass, and The Hall has displayed his color rush jersey to share the record breaking reception with guests.

Rookie first-round pick Sony Michel had his first career touchdown and 100-yard rushing performance on Sept. 30 in a win over Miami at Gillette Stadium. Michel’s game-worn cleats are also on display.

Additionally, star tight end Rob Gronkowski continued his assault on the team’s record books when he caught his 491st career pass on Sept. 30 vs. Miami. The reception set a franchise record for receptions by a tight end. He is fourth all-time in receptions by a Patriots receiver, trailing Wes Welker (672), Troy Brown (557) and Stanley Morgan (534).

Don’t forget about The Hall’s newest exhibit, Recording Artists, which highlights NFL, Super Bowl, playoff and franchise records held by the Patriots. It features incredible artifacts such as the jerseys Tom Brady and Randy Moss wore to set the NFL single-season touchdown records for passing TDs (50) and TD receptions (23). Brady’s 50 TD record has since been broken but it remains the franchise record. Visit The Hall to see this new exhibit that highlights record-setting Patriots accomplishments.