According to CBSSports.com, three of the rings Belichick was wearing were for AFC championships. Belichick has seven Super Bowl rings, including two as the New York Giants' coordinator.
Belichick and Brady are the only coaches to win multiple Super Bowls with different teams. The Patriots won their first title in 2001 after a 21-17 victory over the St. Louis Rams. In 2012, New England beat the San Francisco 49ers 26-21 in Santa Clara, California. This makes Brady and Belichick the only pair of teammates to win consecutive Super Bowls.
In addition to his success as a coach, Belichick is one of the most successful players in NFL history. He is tied with John Madden for the most Super Bowl victories by a head coach (three). Belichick also is third all-time among NFL coaches with nine postseason wins. His career record is 117-37 (.769 winning percentage).
Brady is the only player in NFL history with at least 20 victories in each of his first 10 seasons. He's also the only quarterback in NFL history with at least 3,500 passing yards, 20 or more wins in each of his first 10 seasons and the ability to lead his team to the playoffs in each of those years too!
Bill Belichick has won the Super Bowl six times, the most of any coach in NFL history. Four coaches have won 16 of the 54 Super Bowls, including Belichick, Chuck Knoll (4), Joe Gibbs (3), and Bill Walsh (3). Bill Belichick, pictured here lifting the NFL champion's trophy after the New England Patriots won Super Bowl 49, is the head coach of the New England Patriots. He is also one of the most successful coaches in NFL history, having won a record five championships in the 2000s.
Belichick became the ninth man to win 300 games when his team beat Atlanta 30-22 in Super Bowl LI. He is only the second coach to win three titles with different teams, the other being George Halas.
He had a losing record (8-9) as a rookie manager for the Cleveland Browns in 1959, but still managed to lead them to a championship season. The following year, he went 21-7 and won his first title as a manager for the Baltimore Colts. In 1964, he went 46-5 and earned his second title as head coach of the Boston Patriots. After going 15-1 in 1965, he left to take over as the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Under him, they went 18-4 and won their third title in 1969. He finished his career with a 56-18 record and three more titles. He returned to the Patriots in 2001 as an assistant coach and was named the head coach two years later.
His overall record is 614-208-1.
William "Refrigerator" Perry holds the record for the biggest Super Bowl ring ever. When the Chicago Bears won the Super Bowl in 1985, the former defensive tackle required a size 25 band for his ring. According to the producer, Jostens, it was so enormous that it took numerous machines to produce. The ring weighs over 50 pounds and measures 4 inches across.
The most expensive Super Bowl winner ever is the New England Patriots. The franchise has earned $333 million since 2001, according to ESPN. It's also been reported that quarterback Tom Brady makes $33 million per year. In 2014, it was announced that the team had earned $400 million since 2002, when they first began selling tickets online.
Brady has won more games (27) than any other quarterback in NFL history. He's also got two MVP awards and a Super Bowl victory to his name. He's been named the greatest player of all time by several publications including Sports Illustrated and ESPN.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft is one of the richest people in America. In 2015, he was listed as having a net worth of $1.5 billion. His fortune comes primarily from holding shares in various companies including Disney, Nike, and Groupe Danone. He also has a large football stadium named after him. It should be noted that Brady does not play for Kraft's team; he plays for the San Francisco 49ers' rival team.