The Patriots' Super Bowl celebration is going to rev up for at least one more day.
According to the Boston Globe, the Patriots will receive their Super Bowl rings at the home of owner Robert Kraft on Sunday. Despite Bill Belichick's tendency to move on to the next play, game or season, the members of the Super Bowl winning team will have one more chance to celebrate their miraculous win over the Seahawks back in February.
#Patriots players, coaches and staff will receive their Super Bowl rings Sunday in a private ceremony at Robert Kraft’s house— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) June 11, 2015
The win over Seattle was miraculous, of course, because of Malcolm Butler's highly improbable interception on the goal line, which clinched the win for the Patriots. But it might be a bit awkward between Belichick and Butler on Sunday, considering the coach recently had the cornerback benched during OTAs.
Still, Butler should be there Sunday, as all the members of the 2014 roster, including Darrelle Revis, were extended an invitation.
Former players such as Wilfork, Revis, Vereen et al are invited to the Super Bowl ring ceremony too— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) June 11, 2015
Revis, Belichick, and Tom Brady all in the same room together might be just as awkward. Last month, Revis was asked about Deflategate and he didn't shy away from the topic. Revis, now a member of the Jets, told the New York Daily News that his former team has "a history of doing stuff. You can't hide that ... Tom was there when they did that stuff in the past."
Fun times ahead at the Kraft house.