Tom Brady and Gronk pump up the crowd during Super Bowl parade

Tom Brady and Gronk pump up the crowd during Super Bowl parade

The New England Patriots are being feted in Boston after defeating the Los Angeles Rams to claim their sixth Super Bowl title. Quarterback Tom Brady held his pigtailed daughter, Vivian, on an open-roofed duck boat as they grinned and waved to the thousands of fans who lined Boston’s city streets. The six-year-old was seen holding a sign with a silhouette of a goat, which is a reference to her father and the anagram G.O.A.T, ‘Greatest of All Time.’ Tight end Rob Gronkowski was seen in a Patriots poncho while the team’s offensive line was enjoyed some beer atop during the parade. Later Gronkowski went shirtless, along with fellow tight end Dwayne Allen and center David Andrews, before ultimately finding a yellow police vest to wrap around his bare torso. Team owner Robert Kraft took turns holding aloft the Lombardi Trophy with some players, and coach Bill Belichick and his partner, Linda Holliday, beamed as the parade rolled through Copley Square. Tuesday’s parade kicked off at the Hynes Convention Center. It rumbled roughly two miles past the Boston Common and other landmarks before ending at City Hall. Officials expected more than 1 million attendees, and early trains and subways were jammed, overwhelming the Boston area’s transit system with what officials said was record ridership. The weather was unseasonably warm, with temperatures above 50 degrees (10 degrees Celsius) and dazzling sunshine.

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