Patriots players wrapped up in holiday spirit

Barry Chin/Globe staff


It’s a holiday tradition unlike any other. Kids get together at Gillette Stadium for a party and a game of wrap-a-Pat. What’s that, you say? Teams of children working together race to wrap up Patriots players in holiday paper, bows, and ribbons. (Can you imagine finding Tom Brady under your tree on Christmas morning?) Hosted by the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation, Tuesday’s party was attended by more than 250 kids from Salvation Army and community centers throughout New England, and several Pats players, including (above, from left) Marquice Cole, Devin McCourty, and Matthew Slater.

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