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Arthur Blank was not happy that Robert Kraft put 283 diamonds in Patriots’ rings

After New England came back from a 28-3 deficit to beat Atlanta in last year’s Super Bowl, Patriots owner Robert Kraft celebrated that comeback by putting 283 diamonds in his team’s Super Bowl rings. Falcons owner Arthur Blank was not amused. Blank told the New York Times that he found it unnecessary and tacky that [more]
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