Patriots All-Pro Guard John Hannah
The Patriots 1st round pick in 1973. Played 13 seasons, 183 games, 9 Pro Bowl Seasons and 7 All-Pro 1st-Team selections.
Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991.
John Hannah Patriots All Pro Guard
The first Patriots player to be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame that spent his entire career with New England.
John Hannah NFL Hall of Fame
One the best offensive lineman in NFL History and perhaps the best in New England Patriot History.
John Hannah spent his entire 13-season career with the Patriots - from 1973 through the Super Bowl season of 1985. The first Patriots player to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. One of two Patriots voted to the NFL’s 75th Anniversary Team. Named to the Patriots 35th Anniversary Team in 1994. Named the Player of the Century on the Patriots Team of the Century in 2000. Played in 183 games while missing only five games due to injury. Selected to nine Pro Bowls (1976 & 1978-85). Named All-Pro for 10 consecutive years (1976-85). Won the NFL Players Association’s Offensive Lineman of the Year Award for four straight seasons (1978-81). Powered an offensive line that helped set an NFL record with 3,165 rushing yards in 1978 - a record that stood for 41 years. Named to the Patriots All-Time Team in 2009.
John Hannah New England Patriots
Selected to a Patriots team record of 10 consecutive NFL All-Pro teams.
John Hannah Lead Blocks for Patriots Runner Horace Ivory
The 1st round pick out of Alabama played 13 seasons in New England making 9 Pro Bowls and 7 All-Pro Teams in that time. Here he pulls out leading the way for patriots runner Horace Ivory.
John Hannah | 1981 Sports Illustrated Cover
Here honored on the cover on the August 3, 1981 issue of Sports Illustrated. By 1981 he was considered one the NFL elite offensive lineman with 5 consecutive All Pro Team selections. In his 13-year career with the Patriots he started 183 games and 7 All-Pro Teams.
John Hannah Patriots Lineman