The excitement of the day was felt across the New England Patriots organization Wednesday after the team’s Super Bowl victory parade through Boston.

Instead of snow, it was raining confetti for the parade, and the players were basking in every moment of it.

“It was a great feeling, you know. Played all the way in Arizona, these people were snowed in, they couldn’t make it. So to come back here and share this with them, it was great,” said wide receiver Brandon LaFell.

Chandler Jones posted a video of the parade from their vantage point on the duck boats. By the time he got to the end of the parade, he said his fingers were numb and his voice was gone.

“Words can’t explain the way I feel right now. I mean, the fans out here being in the cold even makes it that much better. The fans are out here still cheering and that is a great time,” Jones said.

Julian Edelman, who has said he’s been dreaming of the Super Bowl since he was in diapers, celebrated with fans, and at one point, he spiked a sign with Richard Sherman’s face on it.

“I was just having fun with the crowd, nothing personal, he’s a great player,” said Edelman.

Player after player offloaded from the duck boats on a high nearly as great as the one they felt in Arizona, all saying they were just thrilled to be with the fans.

“All the money they pay to see us play all year, come out here, give them something free, something they enjoy, something they remember for the rest of their life, it was great,” said LaFell.

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