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Tom Brady, Robert Kraft reflect on Super Bowl LI rings, party

Ryan Hannable
June 14, 2017 - 1:23 pm

The Patriots received their Super Bowl LI rings last Friday night at Robert Kraft's home. 

Courtesy of Patriots.com, some of the players reflected on what the ring means to them, and Kraft discussed the party.

“The odds of getting to a Super Bowl are like three percent. And then if you are privileged to win, you want to have a party that people remember for the rest of their lives,” Kraft said.

The rings reportedly have 283 diamonds, signifying the team trailing 28-3 in the game.

“The ring symbolizes so many things, and more than just something you wear on your hand — the memories you have in your mind and your heart is what you’ll remember for the rest of your life," Tom Brady, the Super Bowl MVP, said.

If not for Brady, James White would have won MVP thanks to his game-winning touchdown in overtime.

“This is what you dream about as a kid, a chance to win a Super Bowl ring," he said.

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