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# What image in on the sides of 50 yard line at Gillette Stadium?

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###### December 24, 2007 2:32AM

It is a profile of the stadium. The stadium has unique architecture, including a bridge and twelve story light house-these items are depicted on the emblem of Gillette Stadium.

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