Charlie Weis Remembers David Patten

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There is sad news in the football world as former NFL star and three-time Super Bowl champion David Patten died in a motorcycle accident on Thursday.

After playing his college ball at Western Carolina, Patten played 12 seasons in the NFL for the Giants, Browns, Patriots, Washington, and the Saints. It was in New England where he won all three Super Bowls and is most remembered by NFL fans.

Former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis was the offensive coordinator on those three Patriots squads and took a moment to remember Patten on Friday morning.

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Patten returned to college at Western Carolina in 2013 to finish his degree and to be an assistant coach on their football staff. His son, Daquan, is a senior wide receiver for the Catamounts now.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family and friends of David Patten.

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