Chris Singleton was drafted in the first round of the 1990 draft by the perpetually (at that time) rebuilding New England Patriots. A dominating force for the Arizona Wildcats, he played the first three years out of college for the team but injuries would limit his contributions to the Patsies throughout his tenure. In 1992 he’d return an interception 82 yards for a touchdown against the Colts. Singleton would play 8 games for the Patriots in 1993 and then head over to Miami. He’d provide valuable depth for the Miami Dolphins defense for the next 3 seasons starting 39 games. Singleton is perhaps best remembered as a hero for donating bone marrow to save his twin brother after he contracted leukemia in 1990- and that’s probably worth more than any football accolade.
G/Gs 91/65 Tac 287 Sac 7 Fum 2 Int 2 Yds 85 Avg 42.5 Td 1 lg 85t