Mosiula Faasuka Tatupu was a National Football League special teamer and running back from American Samoa who, during a fifteen-year professional career, played for the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. His tenure with the Patriots lasted from 1978 to 1990. He made the Pro Bowl in 1986.
|Date of birth:||Apr 26, 1955|
|Place of birth:||Pago Pago, American Samoa|
|Date of death:||Feb 23, 2010|
|Place of death:||Attleboro, Massachusetts|
|High school:||Honolulu (HI) Punahou|
|NFL Draft:||1978 / Round: 8/ Pick: 216|
About Mosi Tatupu
Fan favorite of the New England Patriots who played running back with the team for 13 seasons.
He was a standout football star at Punahou High in Honolulu and played with the USC's national championship-winning 1974 team.
He had his own cheering section called Mosi's Mooses at Patriots home hames.
His son Lofa Tatupu played linebacker for USC and later for the Seattle Seahawks.
His teammate on the 1974 USC football team was Pat Haden, who later became the school's athletic director.
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- Players of American football from American Samoa
- Punahou School alumni
- Samoan players of American football
- USC Trojans football players