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Patriots fans have cast their votes. Today, the Patriots announced that fullback Jim Nance has earned the honor of becoming the 14th player and the first running back to be inducted into the team’s hall of fame.
Nance played for the Patriots from 1965-1971, and was named to the Pro Bowl twice. He finished his career with 5,401 yards on 1,341 attempts (4.0 yards/carry).