Brady: 'My favorite ring is the next one'

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Tom Brady is already gunning for his eighth career championship.

In a speech during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' ring ceremony for their victory in Super Bowl LV, the star quarterback pumped up the crowd with the mantra he learned from legendary Michigan equipment manager Jon Falk and often cited throughout his NFL career.

"He would say, 'You know what ring is my favorite one ... my favorite ring is the next one,'" said Brady, before adding, "Let's fucking go!"

While Brady is always focused on the next title, he couldn't help but be blown away by the Buccaneers' efforts with their championship ring.

"They're not so much rings, they're more like trophies that you wear on your finger," Brady said. "This is by far the most incredible ring that's ever been made."

The memento contains 319 diamonds to represent Tampa Bay's 31-9 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.

It also has a twist-off top that reveals a hand-engraved Raymond James Stadium to celebrate the Bucs becoming the first NFL team to win the Super Bowl on their own field.

Brady wasn't the only member of the Buccaneers to make a call for back-to-back titles:

Tampa Bay will begin the defense of its second title in franchise history at home against the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 9.

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