25. Tim Dwight – WR/KR
Career Stats: 194 Rec, 2,964 Rec Yds, 4,753 Kick Return Yds, 19 TD’s
Team(s): Falcons, Chargers, Patriots, Jets, Raiders
Touchdowns from Brady: 2
Mainly a return specialist throughout his career, Dwight latched on with the Pats for just one year in the 2005 campaign. Only snagging two touchdown passes from Brady, the undersized receiver from Iowa didn’t have much of an impact in his lone season with New England. However, he found success as one of the better kick returners in the league for a number of years with the Falcons and Chargers.
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24. Chris Hogan – WR
Career Stats: 125 Rec, 1639 Rec Yds, 10 TD’s
Team(s): Bills, Patriots
Accolades: Super Bowl champion (LI)
Touchdowns from Brady: 3
Chris Hogan, the former lacrosse player who played college football at Monmouth and is the latest addition to Brady’s extensive arsenal of weapons, looks to be a perfect fit in the Patriots’ high-octane offense. After an impressive playoff showing, it would be best for both the Patriots and Hogan to keep this partnership going, as Tom Brady has quickly developed a nice rapport with the young receiver. Hogan was given the nickname “7/11” on an episode of HBO’s Hard Knocks by former teammate Reggie Bush as reference to Hogan always being open. If New England’s latest postseason run served as any indication, the nickname certainly holds true.
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