Kraft offers Super Bowl ring; defiant pastor holds services

BOSTON (AP) – New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has donated one of his Super Bowl championship rings to an auction that raises money to provide meals for those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

Kraft in a video said he has been inspired by medical workers caring for patients with the virus.

He offered his Super Bowl 51 ring to the All In Challenge because the Patriots recovered from a 28-3 deficit against the Atlanta Falcons in 2017 for a 38-24 overtime victory.

A Massachusetts pastor, meanwhile, held Sunday services for the third weekend in a row, in defiance of state rules on large gatherings.

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