In mid 2007, the Kraft family, which owns the Patriots, unveiled details of a $350 million retail and entertainment complex that would occupy land near Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, and one big coming attraction will be CBS Scene Restaurant and Bar, an upscale food palace that will also feature dozens of high-definition television sets presenting CBS network content such as "Late Night from David Letterman."
This week, though, the Patriot Place spot light is highlighting the Patriots Hall of Fame. Fans are urged to choose among three worthy former Patriots players by Friday. The three finalists are tight end Ben Coates (right), center Jon Morris, and running back Jim Nance, the Patriots said.
The winner will be enshrined along with other Patriots greats such as Steve Grogan and John Hannah, the Patriots said.
And where will the enshrinement take place? At a "ceremony at the Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon," the Waltham defense contractor, the Patriots said.
Voters will be limited to one vote per computer IP address, and fans can vote on the Patriotsí website, the Patriots said.
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(By Chris Reidy, Globe staff)