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New England Patriots’ Super Bowl 53 Roster

As we prepare for Super Bowl 53, let’s get familiar with who the Patriots brought with them to try and win a sixth ring.

Before the Super Bowl kicks off later today, let’s take a look at the rosters for the teams who will be playing in the big game. We’ll start with a look at the AFC Champions, the New England Patriots.

Who are the 53 players who will be trying to help Bill Belichick win his sixth Super Bowl? Let’s take a position by position look at the Patriots’ roster.

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The roster here is broken down by position and presented in alphabetical order. If you want a full depth chart, check out the Patriots’ official website here:

Quarterbacks:

Tom Brady

Brian Hoyer

Running Backs:

Rex Burkhead

James Develin

Sony Michel

James White

Wide Receivers:

Phillip Dorsett

Julian Edelman

Chris Hogan

Cordarrelle Patterson

Matthew Slater

Tight Ends:

Dwayne Allen

Stephen Anderson

Rob Gronkowski

Offensive Line:

David Andrews

Trent Brown

Marcus Cannon

James Ferentz

Ted Karras

Shaq Mason

Joe Thuney

LaAdrian Waddle

Defensive Line:

Malcom Brown

Adam Butler

Adrian Clayborn

Keionta Davis

Trey Flowers

Lawrence Guy

Ufomba Kamalu

Derek Rivers

John Simon

Deatrich Wise Jr.

Linebackers:

Dont’a Hightower

Ramon Humber

Brandon King

Albert McLellan

Elandon Roberts

Kyle Van Noy

Cornerbacks:

Keion Crossen

Stephon Gilmore

J.C. Jackson

Jonathan Jones

Jason McCourty

Obi Melifonwu

Safeties:

Patrick Chung

Duke Dawson Jr.

Nate Ebner

Duron Harmon

Devin McCourty

Kicker:

Stephen Gostkowski

Punter:

Ryan Allen

Long Snapper:

Joe Cardona

Super Bowl LIII, which pits the Patriots against the Los Angeles Rams, is scheduled to kick off at 6:30 pm ET at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. You can catch all the action on CBS or stream it on CBSSports.com as well as the CBS Sports app.

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