Carolyn Kruse

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Following yesterday’s 17-13 win over the Pittsburg Steelers in Pittsburg, The New England Patriots honored a momental milestone with their owner. The Patriots celebratated Robert Kraft’s 500th game with the organization, with a special keepsake. To commemorate the extraordinary occasion, head coach Bill Belichick handed the game ball to Kraft. Usually, this honor goes to a player who had an exceptional game.

Kraft bought the New England Patriots back in 1994.  Since then, the team has racked up 6 Super Bowl wins. Ironically, they are tied with the Pittsburg Steelers for the most Super Bowl wins in the NFL.

  • See The Locker Room Hugs and Cheers

  • Having A Ball

  • How Many Wins Since Kraft Took Over?

  • It's Good To Have #500 In The Win Column

  • Damien Harris Reflects On Kraft's Committment To Community

    The year Kraft bought the Pats he and his late wife, Myra, established the Patriots Foundation, in order to give back to the community. Since then, millions of dollars, and volunteer hours have been donated to quite a few local charitable organizations.