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Joe Andruzzi and friends hit the links

From left: Rob Ninkovich, Joe and Jen Andruzzi, and Zoltan Mesko.

Stacey Howard

From left: Rob Ninkovich, Joe and Jen Andruzzi, and Zoltan Mesko.

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Former Pats lineman Joe Andruzzi held his annual golf tournament benefiting the Joe Andruzzi Foundation, and a slew of Pats players past and present hit the links. (The foundation helps cancer patients and their families.) The do-good duffers at Pinehills Golf Club in Plymouth included current Patriots players Zoltan Mesko, Rob Ninkovich, Dan Connolly, Julian Edelman, Nate Solder, Ryan Wendell, and Vince Wilfork, alums Pete Brock, Tedy Bruschi, Vernon Crawford, Ronnie Lippett, and Andre Tippett, longtime CBS sportscaster Lesley Visser, comedian Lenny Clarke, and Dropkick Murphy Ken Casey.

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