Mosi was a running back, but was better known as a special teamer. Yes, I really liked him as a player when I was a kid, but was probably more or less because of his name. He will never make it to the Patriots Hall of Fame, but he earned a place on my wall.
Troy Brown was a career-long Patriot and was clutch...the Patriots love "value" and they got it with him in the 8th round. I loved Action Packed cards, the 1993 set wasn't that great but I still like them. The card stock, print quality were always great and the embossing was cool. Troy was elected into the Patriots Hall of Fame last year.
Steve Grogan was a career long Patriot. He was the quarterback when I first started paying attention to football in the mid-1980s. The Patriots were a roller-coaster team throughout his career. He was the first true franchise quarterback. The card is a 1976 Topps PSA 9, a little tilt but others a decent card. I actually don't mind the unlicensed 1976 set, although the extreme closeup isn't the greatest shot.
Bruce Armstrong spent his entire career with the Patriots, through the decent and the horrible...and there was some terrible. His rookie year was in 1987, but his rookie card didn't spawn until '89. There is the 1989 Score and 1989 Pro Set, these are both PSA 10's although they are both a tad off-center L/R...these are both cool cards. As I think I have said before on this blog, I love the 1989 Pro Set set, I wish the weren't created at the heart of the junk wax era.