Tom Brady Poses with All 5 Super Bowls Rings at Patriots' Ceremony

Andrew GouldFeatured ColumnistJune 10, 2017

After leading the New England Patriots to their fifth Super Bowl win, Tom Brady became the first quarterback in NFL history who could adorn his hand with five championship rings. 

He did just that during Friday night's ring ceremony.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft hosted a private party to present the players, coaches and staff with a lavish prize commemorating their dramatic Super Bowl LI triumph over the Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium on Feb. 5. The rings—created by custom jewelry designer and manufacturer Jostens—honored the "greatest comeback ever."       

"It was a historic comeback win and the players deserve to have a ring that represents that accomplishment, so we created the biggest Super Bowl ring ever made," Kraft said, per an official team press release.

Courtesy of Only in Boston, Brady appeared to enjoy his evening, which featured a live performance from Snoop Dogg:

UPDATE: Saturday, June 10, at noon ET

According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, each Super Bowl LI ring contains 283 diamonds. The Pats trailed the Falcons by a score of 28-3 before orchestrating a 34-28 overtime win.              

Kraft must have paid an exorbitant price to take the not-so-subtle jab at Atlanta's blown lead.      

[New England Patriots]