What current and former Patriots are up to at the Super Bowl this weekend

The Pats may not be playing in the game, but were well-represented nonetheless.

Bill Belichick (second from left), Linda Holliday, Rob Gronkowski, and Camille Kostek at Saturday's Gronk Beach event.
Bill Belichick (second from left), Linda Holliday, Rob Gronkowski, and Camille Kostek at Saturday's Gronk Beach event. –Courtesy Medium Rare

For the first time since 2015, the New England Patriots are not in the Super Bowl.

But that doesn’t mean the team wasn’t well-represented at Super Bowl LIV in Miami this weekend. Several current and former players, as well as head coach Bill Belichick, took in the festivities during the NFL’s marquee weekend. Here are some highlights.

Tom Brady

Devin and Jason McCourty said this week that teammate and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was hosting a Super Bowl party. Details to come on that, but on Thursday, prior to Super Bowl weekend, Brady and his wife Gisele Bündchen were spotted at a party celebrating the NFL100 all-time team.

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Rob Gronkowski

Rob Gronkowski leaves no marketing opportunity behind. Saturday’s Gronk Beach party was slotted into the line of notable pregame events in the host city, and Gronk was his usual self.

Bill Belichick

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick allowed himself to get loose with one of his former players Saturday.

Accompanied by longtime girlfriend Linda Holliday, Belichick attended Rob Gronkowski’s beach party in his best cabana wear.

Belichick also caught up with former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher, who is a member of the 2020 class for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown apologized to the NFL, then was spotted in Miami having dinner with Martha Stewart on Saturday night.

Stephon Gilmore

Gilmore won the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year award Saturday, earning congratulations from Brady and collecting much-earned accolades as the leader of the Patriots’ stellar 2019 defense.

Kyle Van Noy

The Patriots’ nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, Van Noy was also in attendance at Saturday’s NFL Honors ceremony. Van Noy is a free agent, and made that known in his hashtag.

Danny Amendola

The former Patriots wide receiver was in Miami for an, um, interesting promotional appearance.

Tedy Bruschi and Mike Vrabel

One former Patriot introduced another, as Bruschi interviewed the Tennessee Titans head coach on his successful season, and the Hall of Fame credentials of Richard Seymour.

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