The New England Patriots will receive their Super Bowl LIII rings Thursday, and the team released a short teaser video for the occasion Wednesday afternoon.

Check it out in the tweet below:

The Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII back in February, and Thursday's ring ceremony hosted by owner Robert Kraft will be one of the biggest celebrations of the franchise's sixth championship.

The last ring ceremony the Patriots held was in 2017, a few months after their miraculous comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Those rings featured 280 diamonds, as well as "We are all Patriots" and "Greatest Comeback Ever" engravings.

We don't yet know what the newest Super Bowl rings for the Patriots will look like, but you can expect a flashy design and a whole lot of diamonds. 

The last major celebration of the team's Super Bowl LIII title will come in September, when the championship banner is unveiled at Gillette Stadium before a Week 1 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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