Days after receiving his latest Super Bowl ring in a lavish ceremony organized by team owner Robert Kraft, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady displayed all of his six fine pieces of jewelry on Instagram for all his fans and haters alike to see. In the caption, Brady even identified his favorite ring, which he says is “The Next One!!!,” meaning he’s all-out in going for a seventh Super Bowl ring.

A seventh Super Bowl ring would put the Patriots as the only team in history to win that many championships, overtaking the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Since taking over as starting quarterback for the Patriots, Brady has carried the team to Super Bowl glory in 2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, and 2019.

For his part, Brady has already made history as he is the only NFL player who has won six championship rings. A seventh crown would further cement Brady’s status as the greatest quarterback in league history. Brady’s childhood idol, quarterback Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers, won four in his 16-year career. Brady will continue his preparation for the upcoming season when the Patriots’ mandatory minicamp resumes Monday and Tuesday (June 10-11). The Patriots will then go on a break until training camp in mid-July, where they will resume their quest for a seventh Super Bowl trophy.

Gronkowski rates third Super Bowl ring as ‘baddest’

Also present during the ceremony to receive his third Super Bowl ring was former tight end Rob Gronkowski, who recently announced his retirement after a nine-year career with the Patriots. When asked by Karen Kuregian of The Boston Herald to compare his previous two Super Bowl rings with the new one, he called his latest ring the "biggest, baddest one."

A second-round pick by New England in 2010, Gronkowski earned his first two championship rings in 2015 and 2017.

Many believe that Gronkowski could win more because of persistent rumors that he will return at some point in the 2019 season.

During the event, Gronkowski had a playful exchange with head coach Bill Belichick regarding the Lombardi Trophy that the tight end dented after he used it to bunt a baseball while preparing to throw the first pitch in the Boston Red Sox Opening Day Game.

When Gronkowski held the trophy that he partially damaged, Belichick went up to him and said “nice job.”

Edelman mentoring rookie wideout N’Keal Harry

Mike Reiss of ESPN recently posted a video of Patriots veteran wide receiver Julian Edelman mentoring rookie wideout N’Keal Harry, who was taken No. 32 by the Patriots in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. According to Reiss, he took the video during Thursday’s minicamp where Harry was running an out-breaking route off an inside release. On his first attempt, Reiss said Harry had a few stutter-steps before planting his left foot. Then, Edelman approached him and taught him how to do it better. When they played the route again, it came out perfect, and Harry even received praise from Brady.