November 3, 2014

Pictured below: The New England Patriots Stunning and Gorgeous Three Super Bowl Championship Rings.

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New England Patriots Super Bowl Rings

During halftime of the Patriots vs. the Broncos game, Robert Kraft and the organization honored the 22 members who were there to win three Super Bowl Championships with the Patriots.

Among the 17 who were in attendance for the event were Joe Andruzzi, Tom Ashworth, Troy Brown, Tedy Bruschi, Matt Chatham, Je’Rod Cherry, Kevin Faulk, Ted Johnson, Ty Law, Matt Light, Willie McGinest, Stephen Neal, Patrick Pass, David Patten, Lonie Paxton, Roman Phifer and Richard Seymour.

In keeping with a tradition they started during their first super bowl run, the players chose to be announced as a team.

Of the remaining five players, Larry Izzo (New York Giants), Mike Vrabel (Houston Texans) and Adrian Klemm (UCLA) are currently on other active staffs and were not able to attend the event.

Two players from the team are still playing so obviously could not make it: Tom Brady and Adam Vinatieri.

“Every year, 2,000 people try to win a Super Bowl and only 53 succeed,” said Patriots owner Bob Kraft. “Since my family bought the team, more than 19,000 have competed in the NFL hoping to win and only 930 have won one. Only 22 of them of have won three Super Bowl titles in four years.”

All three gigantic championship rings were made by Jostens and are some of the largest Super Bowl rings ever made. There must have been a ton of championship rings on display prior to the event. I’m sure you can find tons of championship ring pictures on Twitter.

Congratulations to the players, coaches and staff for a remarkable run.

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