Patriots running back Kevin Faulk made it abundantly clear that he wants to be back with the Patriots next season. Faulk indicated that he felt strongly remaining a part of the Patriots family, a family that sadly lost one of its kindest members on Wednesday.
Myra Kraft, wife of owner Robert Kraft, passed away on Wednesday after a bout with cancer. Speaking on NESN Daily on Wednesday night, Faulk became the latest Patriot to share the impact that Myra had on him throughout his career with the Patriots.
"She was a very special person to me and my family," said Faulk, who became a Patriot when he was drafted out of LSU in 1999. "Just the generosity in her heart and just the time she gave to charities, around the Massachusetts area, as well as around the world."
Hear what kind of lessons Faulk learned from Myra Kraft and learn more about the impact she had on the New England Patriots in the video above.