The Patriots will induct Raymond Clayborn into their Hall of Fame on July 29, the team announced Tuesday.
The ceremony at Patriot Place will be free to the public and will take place following the team’s training camp that morning.
A first-round pick of the Patriots in 1977, Clayborn established himself as one of the league’s top cornerbacks with a 13-year Patriots career that saw him earn three Pro Bowl selections. He set the Patriots’ franchise record with 36 interceptions, a mark that he still holds in a tie with Ty Law.
Clayborn will be the 26th person inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame. He beat out both Mike Vrabel and Richard Seymour this year to earn the distinction.