Peek inside the Patriots parade through the players’ social media

Bill Belichick still isn't on "SnapFace", but the rest of the Patriots posted plenty on social media Tuesday.

Copley Square Patriots Super Bowl Parade
The Patriots' Super Bowl victory parade went through Copley Square in Boston Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019. (David L Ryan / The Boston Globe) – David L Ryan/Globe Staff

The Patriots and their fans looked like they were having the time of their lives as duck boats carried the Super Bowl champions through the city Tuesday during the team’s Super Bowl victory parade.

Rob Gronkowski drank wine and took off his shirt, Robert Kraft showed off some new bling, and Bill Belichick brought out his crowd-pleasing, rarely-seen smile for the thousands of fans that crammed into downtown Boston.

Unfortunately, Belichick still isn’t on “SnapFace“, but here’s what the rest of the Patriots were up to on social media during their victory lap around Boston on Tuesday:


Tom Brady started the day by releasing a new edition of the TB Times:

He then spent some time with his new possession during the parade:

Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman credited Boston’s fans:

Stephon Gilmore shared an excited selfie with his teammates. (note: Duron Harmon wore Tom Brady’s high school football jersey)

Nate Ebner showed some love to the passionate fans that lined up to see the team:

Brian Hoyer posted a photo with Brady and repeated the mantra the team has adopted: they’re still here.

Marcus Cannon showed off his Super Bowl rings, a stylish outfit, and partied along to 2pac’s ‘California Love’ as the parade passed through Copley Square:

David Andrews likes football, but he’s also a respectful man:

Like a true Patriot, Kyle Van Noy already set his sights on the next trophy:

Elandon Roberts posted a photo with his wife Tori and the Lombardi Trophy:

Dont’a Hightower summed up how everyone felt after the parade ended:

Shaq Mason seems to enjoy being a champion: