Patriots Super Bowl Rings Are The Largest Ever, And A Must See!

With each passing season, it appears sports team rings get larger and more blinged-out, and the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots have just set the bar extremely high for any other organization (in any other sport) to compete with. The Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl since 2001 on February 1, and players, coaches, and all involved were rewarded with the largest pieces of jewelry ever given to a championship team.

According to CSNNE, the individual rings consist of 205 diamonds.

Here’s a look at the ring from the Patriots official Twitter account @Patriots, per Yahoo Sports.

The ring handout ceremony took place at Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s house in Massachusetts, and as you can see, there were grins from ear to ear.

Quarterback Tom Brady with all four of his rings.

As the Inquisitr previously noted, Brady will begin a four-game suspension at the start of the upcoming season for his role in “Deflategate,” though Commissioner Roger Goodell has already stated that he is willing to hear an appeal from the Patriots future Hall of Fame quarterback.

From the moves Brady is throwing down on the dance floor as Pittsburgh’s Wiz Khalifa raps away on the mic, you’d think the last thing on his mind at the moment is starting game one for the defending Super Bowl champs.

New England tight end and former University of Arizona standout Rob Gronkowski seems to be ubiquitous at the moment. The Patriots star is never one to shy away from large parties or have photos taken of him chugging beer and dancing whenever the opportunity arises.

Gronk had a cameo role in the summer film Entourage, and here he is breaking it down on the dance floor.

Here’s Patriots owner Kraft attempting to fit in with the crowd.

Nose tackle and newly-acquired Houston Texan Vince Wilfork may have recently been cut by New England this offseason, but that didn’t stop him from showing off his ring with head coach Bill Belichick.

The championship ring is so big that it nearly engulfs the hand of 6-foot-8, 315 pound offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer.

“Do your job” became the mantra for the New England team throughout the season, and it goes to show that hard work pays off. Now that the celebration for last season appears to have finally come to a close, the Patriots can begin to focus on next season’s opponents, and wonder how exactly they’re going to make do if Brady’s suspension does indeed hold up.

The Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 28-24 in Super Bowl XLIX.

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