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Joe Andruzzi      

Former New England Patriots offensive guard and 3x Super Bowl Champion; Created the Joe Andruzzi Foundation

Andruzzi is an offensive guard who plays for the Cleveland Browns of the NFL. He was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Green Bay Packers in 1997 and spent that entire year on the Packers' roster, although he did not play in any games, including the Packers' run to Super Bowl XXXII. Prior to the 1998 NFL season, Andruzzi was allocated to NFL Europe by the Packers and played for the Scottish Claymores, earning All-NFL Europe honors in the process.

He later returned to Green Bay and backed up Marco Rivera at guard. He platooned at guard with Mike Wahle the following season, but was forced to sit out several games due to an MCL sprain. He was waived by the Packers before the 2000 NFL season and quickly signed with the New England Patriots. He was a full-time starter for the squad, and won three Super Bowl rings with the team before signing with the Browns as an unrestricted free agent in March of 2005. His coach, Romeo Crennel, was the defensive coordinator for the Patriots when Andruzzi was with the squad.

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Joe Andruzzi: 'We've Gotten Stronger As A Community' Since ...

Former New England Patriot Joe Andruzzi was a part of the story as he was shown helping people moments after the bombs went off. Andruzzi called into the  ...

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