Photos: Patriots players post scenes from Super Bowl victory parade

For some New England Patriots players, Super Bowl LIII was their first NFL championship win. For others, like Julian Edelman, Devin McCourty and Rob Gronkowski, it was their third. And for a select few within the organization, it was their sixth. 

Regardless of experience, all of those Patriots took to the streets of Boston on Tuesday to party like it was 1999 – or, more realistically, 2002. 

Roughly a million fans lined the route for Tuesday's Super Bowl victory parade to celebrate the Patriots' sixth title in franchise history. Players, who rode on duck boats with their families and friends, took to Instagram to document the day: 

Patriots players post from Super Bowl LIII victory parade
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Patriots players post from Super Bowl LIII victory parade
6 #StillHere
Boston. You are insane. #LFG
How. Do. We. Feel.
LFG My Bro’s

Linebacker Kyle Van Noy shows the depth of the crowd on an unseasonably warm Boston day.

(Photo via @realkylevannoy/Instagram)

Jason McCourty (right) celebrates with former Cleveland Browns teammate Danny Shelton after the two experienced a 0-16 season last year.

(Photo via @mccourtytwins/Instagram)

Jason (left) and Devin McCourty celebrate with their mother, Phyllis Harrell.

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Cornerback Stephon Gilmore, who made a game-saving interception in the Super Bowl, donned a "Happy Gilmore" tee at the celebration.

(Photo via @bumpnrungilmore/Instagram)

Twin brothers Jason (30) and Devin (32) McCourty are seen on Stephon Gilmore's Instagram story.

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Patriots players, including Jason McCourty, celebrate on a duck boat.

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Safety Duron Harmon, right, wore Tom Brady's high school jersey to the parade.

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Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman holds the Lombardi Trophy.

(Photo via @edelman11/Instagram)

A shirtless Rob Gronkowski celebrates with running backs Sony Michel, left, and James White, right, on White's Instagram story.

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Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman addresses the crowd of roughly one million Patriots fans.

(Photo via @edelman11/Instagram)

Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman holds the Lombardi Trophy.

Photo via @edelman11/Instagram)


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