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The first overall selection in the 1993 NFL Draft, Bledsoe helped improve the fortunes of the Patriots, who had fallen on hard times. During his tenure as the starting Quarterback, the Patriots ended a seven-season postseason drought, qualified for the playoffs four times and appeared in Super Bowl XXXI. He was also named to three Pro Bowls and became the youngest Quarterback to play in the NFL All-Star game at the time with his appearance in 1995.
After a period of declining success and two consecutive seasons when the Patriots missed the playoffs, Bledsoe suffered a near-fatal injury early in the 2001 season and was replaced as the starter by backup Tom Brady. After receiving medical clearance to play, Bledsoe was unable to regain his starting position due to Brady’s success during the season, leading the Patriots to win their first world title in Super Bowl XXXVI over the St. Louis Rams and beginning a dynasty for the franchise. Bledsoe subsequently retired after spending seasons with the Buffalo Bills, where he made a fourth Pro Bowl appearance, and the Dallas Cowboys.
He began his professional career by being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the 1988 NFL Draft. He started every regular season game for the Vikings between 1990 and 1999, as well as a record 11 consecutive Pro Bowls. He is widely recognized as one of the greatest and most versatile offensive linemen to ever play the game.  He started in 12 consecutive Pro Bowls (1989-2000), tied with Champ Bailey and Will Shields for the most Pro Bowls played.  He also started 202 consecutive games in his career.  During his time with the Minnesota Vikings, he occasionally played fullback in short-yardage and goal-line situations. During his time with the Minnesota Vikings, he occasionally played fullback in short-yardage and goal line situations.