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42. Julius Adams

As of this writing, Julius Adams is one of four players who has played over 200 Games for the New England Patriots, which places him in rare company.

Adams' NFL career began in 1971, where he bounced between Defensive Tackle and Defensive End, and while Sacks and Tackles were not official stats, he had years where he was the team leader in one of those categories.  After a pair of seasons (1978 & 1979) where he missed games due to injury, he made a comeback in 1980 and was named to the Pro Bowl.  Adams continued to play until 1985, finishing up at the Patriots' Super Bowl loss to Chicago, retiring shortly after.  He would come back in 1987 for one more year, and then Adams would retire for good.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Defensive End
  • Acquired: Selected in the 2nd Round, 27th Overall in the NFL Draft 1/28/71.
  • Departed:

    Retired after the 1985 Season.

    Acquired (2): Came out of retirement before the 1987 Season.

    Departed (2): Retired after the 1987 Season.

  • Games Played: 206
  • Notable Statistics:

    158 Games Started
    7 Fumble Recoveries
    12 Fumble Recovery Yards
    80.5 Quarterback Sacks*
    78 Approximate Value

    6 Playoff Games
    1 Fumble Recovery
    0 Fumble Recovery Yards
    3.0 Quarterback Sacks*

    *Sacks was not a stat until 1982 but were unofficially calculated by Pro Football Reference from 1960 to 1981..

  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Pro Bowl (1980)

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