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The emblem is for the Gillette Stadium. The emblem stands for a bridge to the stadium and a 12 story lighthouse at one of the entrances. The Yellow coming from the emblem is the light from the lighthouse.

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If you Google search a picture of Gillette Stadium you will see that at one of the ends of the stadium there is a bridge and a light house. That little mark on the 50 yard-line is the light-house and the bridge put together in one picture. Look closely and you will see it. It's part of the teams history so don't ask me why there is a Bridge and a light-house in the stadium.

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Its a grahpic of Gillette Stadiums Bridge and Lighthouse .

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The NFL logo, the Patriots team logo, and the logo for Gillette Stadium.

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High-quality artificial grass called Field Turf.

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it it's the tower at the stadium

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