Mar 16, 2015 8:28 PM
CONCORD- Former Patriots linebacker and stroke survivor Tedy Bruschi spoke to a packed house at O Steaks and Seafood in Concord Monday night. Fans lined up to speak to the three-time Super Bowl champion as he signed autographs.
Local business owner and advocate for heart health, Jeremy Woodward hosted the event to raise money for Tedy's Team. Woodward is part of the team running the 2015 Boston Marathon. The group raises money for stroke victims and their families.
Gov. Maggie Hassan also attended the event. Items up for silent auction included Bruschi's own tickets to a Patriots game of the winner's choice.
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