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Patriots receive Super Bowl rings in franchise’s sixth ceremony

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FOXBORO, Mass. (WPRI) — The New England Patriots have put yet another ring on it.

The players received their new Super Bowl bling Thursday night at team owner Robert Kraft’s house — a testament of their 13-3 win against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

The rings are made of 10-karat white gold and have six diamond Lombardi trophy-shaped stones stacked on top. The 20 sapphires on the side of the ring represent the team’s 20 AFC East division championship wins.

Engraved on the sides of the ring are the player’s number, last name, score from Super Bowl LIII and the rally team’s playoff cry “Still Here.”

Tom Brady made sure to flash all six of his Super Bowl rings at the ceremony, now having to utilize a second hand to wear them all.

With his sixth ring, Brady breaks the record of most Super Bowl rings owned by a single player.

Beating him by two is head coach Bill Belichick, whose grand total of eight rings makes him the most decorated person in the NFL.

The Patriots received their rings in a private ceremony surrounded by their family, as well as those who were part of the organization last season.

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