Tom Brady given unique, one-of-a-kind ring the night before his Patriots induction ceremony by Robert Kraft to mark 20 years of being in New England

Tom Brady was gifted a unique, one-of-a-kind ring the night before his New England Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremony by team owner Robert Kraft. 

It was revealed in a social-media video posted by the Patriots that Kraft gave him the gift to commemorate the quarterback’s 20 years with the franchise.

The ring has at least a dozen small diamonds on it with a giant Patriots logo on the front. It resembles the design of a Super Bowl ring.

To present Brady with the ring alongside Kraft were former teammates Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski.

Brady spoke in front of the crowd watching the ring presentation after putting it on his finger and he was visibly emotional.

Tom Brady and Robert Kraft stand side by side at the ring presentation in New England

Tom Brady and Robert Kraft stand side by side at the ring presentation in New England

The massive ring on Brady's finger has an encrusted Patriots logo and plenty of diamonds

The massive ring on Brady’s finger has an encrusted Patriots logo and plenty of diamonds

Brady played for the Patriots for 20 of his 23 seasons in the NFL and he won six of his seven Super Bowls with the franchise.

The induction ceremony took place June 12 at the Patriots’ Gillette Stadium in front of 60,000 fans.

With Brady at the forefront, the Patriots went from NFL obscurity to the league’s most recognizable brand.

Brady will enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2028, the first year he is eligible.

Kraft has become well known for being the Patriots owner, with much of his team’s success attributed to Brady, for which he appears grateful.

Brady is slated to begin his broadcast career with Fox Sports this fall as the network’s lead color commentator on NFL games.

The Patriots legend has a 10-year, $375million broadcasting contract with the network.

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