Rohan Davey wasn't at Robert Kraft's house when his teammates picked up their diamond-laden Super Bowl ring. Instead, he was finishing up an MVP season in NFL Europe where he guided the Berlin Thunder to an 11-1 mark and a World Bowl Championship, earning his second ring in five months.
Davey, in a Michael Preston article for Patriots Football Weekly due out on newsstands June 30, said the ring he earned this spring means more than the one he won back on Feb. 1.
"This was definitely more gratifying for me personally," he admitted. "Winning the Super Bowl was fun, with the atmosphere and everything, but being here and having us come together to win this championship makes this more gratifying for me. We gelled like we'd been together for 10 years."
Davey also wowed a contingent during World Bowl week when he fired a pass 74 yards from his knees. Check out the upcoming issue of Patriots Football Weekly for more on Davey's accomplishments and the rest of the Patriots World Bowl Champion contingent along with how the week leading up to that game compared to Super Bowl week.