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Where Are They Now: Jermaine Wiggins

In their own unique way, each member of the 2001 New England Patriots played a role helping the team capture its first championship in franchise history following a thrilling, last-second 20-17 victory over the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI.

Jermaine Wiggins, TE


Then: Jermaine's most memorable moments of 2001 include his 10-catch, 68-yard performance in the AFC Divisional Round against Oakland, as well as his key, seven-yard catch that set up Adam Vinatieri's game-winning field goal on the Patriots' final drive in Super Bowl XXXVI.


Now: The pride of East Boston, Jermaine has held various positions in Boston sports media outlets such as CSN New England, WBZ, WHDH and 98.5 The Sports Hub. In 2014, Jermaine appeared on A&E's Flipping Boston, which featured him joining hosts Pete and Dave on the renovation project of a home. Jermaine currently co-hosts a morning show on a local Boston hip hop radio station, HOT 96.9. He also remains active in the Patriots Charitable Foundation.

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