David Patton Nfl – David Patten, a long-term NFL beneficiary who won three Super Bowls with the Patriots, has passed on at age 47. Patten’s previous specialist, Sam Gordon, affirmed the news to ESPN’s Mike Reiss. Gordon addressed Patten’s significant other Friday morning. Patten passed on after a crash while riding a bike Thursday night, the Richland County (South Carolina) coroner’s office affirmed Friday morning.
A 12-year NFL veteran, Patten played for five NFL groups. He got 324 passes for 4,715 yards and 24 scores during his vocation, which will to a great extent be associated with his experience with the Patriots. He won three Super Bowls during his four years with the establishment.
In the wake of playing collegiately at Western Carolina, Patten played one season for the Arena Football League’s Albany Firebirds after not being chosen in the 1996 draft. In 1997, Patten tracked down his first NFL home with the Giants, where he would play his initial three seasons. His first critical job on a NFL offense came in Cleveland, where he got 38 passes for 546 yards during the 2000 season.
In retirement, Patten got back to Western Carolina to finish his four year certification in friendly work. He additionally started a vocation in service.