Patriots Receive Largest-Ever Super Bowl Rings

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady speaks with team owner Robert Kraft prior to Super Bowl LIII against the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes Benz Stadium

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady speaks with team owner Robert Kraft prior to Super Bowl LIII against the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes Benz Stadium

The New England Patriots Foundation are giving one lucky fan the opportunity to win an authentic Patriots Super Bowl LIII championship ring, the team announced today.

It's been 17 years since Tom Brady won his first Super Bowl ring.

Center David Andrews found a fan to cool himself off, but apparently when he noticed teammate Duron Harmon recording him, he really started to ham it up.

All around, a heck of a night for the Patriots.

With all these features, no wonder the ring is so big. Thirty-eight diamonds surround the logo with an additional diamond set in the star. These rings were presented to the team during a private ceremony at his home on June 6.

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The Patriots shared the following photos of the celebration and the rings. The final score of the game and "the rally cry of STILL HERE" are visible on the right side.

Fashioned using the Patriots official font, the name of each recipient appears on the left side of the ring above Gillette Stadium's signature view lighthouse and bridge. The same area also has each player's number encrusted in diamonds. The Patriots celebrated their Super Bowl victory following their mini-camp.

New England's Super Bowl LIII title is its sixth since 2001 and second in the past three seasons.

Each ring also includes 20 round-cut blue sapphires weighing in at 1.6 carats.

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