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Dressed to impress, Edelman and Butler hit the Grammys
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Julian Edelman and Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl celebration tour made a stop at the Grammy's last night. The two traded in their Patriots jerseys for very smart suits as they were special guests at the star-studded event. Patriots owner Robert Kraft was also seen in the audience at the Staples Center.
Alongside "Transformers" actor Josh Duhamel, Julian – noticeably sans playoff beard – and Malcolm went on stage to present the award for Best Rock Album. The pair even managed to sneak in a joke about Malcolm's famous interception before giving the trophy to Beck, who took home Album of the Year as well.
For Malcolm, the big night out in Hollywood came just two days after another important appearance. On Friday, he spent some time at the new Seacrest Studios at Boston Children's Hospital, where young fans got a chance to interview him about the Super Bowl, his new truck and the future of the Patriots' defense.