Ultimate New England Patriots Roster & Staff (Brady/Belichick Era 2001-2014)


The acquisition of Darrelle Revis and potential exit of Vince Wilfork has had me pondering the history of the Patriots roster during the era of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Revis is the best corner we’ve had since Ty Law, and Wilfork is one of the best tackles in the history of the organization. I wanted to assemble the ultimate roster dating back to the Super Bowl XXXVI Championship Season of 2001. I also wanted to include the Coaching Staff which I will list at the end of the depth chart.

I admit we may slightly disagree on the depth chart, but all of the players we do agree on are included. I played a little bit of partiality towards players who played in Super Bowl’s 36, 38, 39, 42 and 46. Keep that in mind when you see a player on this roster that you might argue isn’t as good as a player who had not played in a Super Bowl.

My depth chart doesn’t discriminate against players who eventually sold us out for the enemy, players we turned on after they were released or traded, players who are now dead or in prison or players who we’ve just acquired, who have yet to play a game. I’ve listed every player considering them at their absolute best in a Patriots uniform.

The Depth Chart is made up of the NFL restricted 53-Player Roster. A practice squad in the event of player injuries is not listed.


QB Tom Brady
QB Drew Bledsoe
QB Matt Cassel

RB Corey Dillon
RB Kevin Faulk
RB Antowain Smith
RB Laurence Maroney

FB Heath Evans

WR Randy Moss
WR Troy Brown
WR Deion Branch
WR Wes Welker
WR David Patten
WR David Givens

TE Rob Gronkowski
TE Aaron Hernandez
TE Christian Fauria
TE Daniel Graham

OT Matt Light
OT Sebastian Vollmer
C Dan Koppen
OG Logan Mankins
OG Joe Andruzzi
OG Stephen Neal
OG Brian Waters


DT Vince Wilfork
DT Ted Washington
DT Keith Traylor

DE Richard Seymour
DE Ty Warren
DE Bobby Hamilton
DE Chandler Jones

LB Willie McGinest
LB Tedy Bruschi
LB Mike Vrabel
LB Bryan Cox
LB Rosevelt Colvin
LB Ted Johnson
LB Jerod Mayo
LB Adalius Thomas
LB Larry Izzo

S Rodney Harrison
S Lawyer Milloy
S Brandon Meriweather
S Devin McCourty

CB Ty Law
CB Darrelle Revis
CB Asante Samuel
CB Otis Smith
CB Tyrone Poole
CB Aqib Talib

K Adam Vinatieri

P Ken Walter

(The 2004 Super Bowl XXXIX Staff)

Head Coach – Bill Belichick

Offensive Coordinator – Charlie Weis
Quarterbacks – Josh McDaniels
Running Backs – Ivan Fears
Wide Receivers – Brian Daboll
Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line – Dante Scarnecchia
Assistant Offensive Line/Tight Ends – Jeff Davidson
Coaching Assistant – Matt Patricia

Defensive Coordinator – Romeo Crennel
Defensive Line – Pepper Johnson
Linebackers – Dean Pees
Defensive Backs – Eric Mangini
Coaching Assistant – Cory Undlin

Special Teams – Brad Seely

Strength and Conditioning – Mike Woicik
Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Markus Paul


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