Tom Brady is pursuing his sixth Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl LIII, but a number of other players on the Patriots are looking for their third championship ring on Sunday, including long-time kicker Stephen Gostkowski.
This will be Gostkowski's sixth Super Bowl appearance, tying him for the second most Super Bowl appearances in NFL history behind only Brady. He joined Zolak & Bertrand at Media Night to talk about his experiences and what the future may hold for him.
"It's pretty crazy to be here. It's surreal. You never know when you'll get back. Especially after the way the game was last year, to have another opportunity, it's unreal," Gostkowski said.
Gostkowski, a 13-year veteran, also opened up about his future in the NFL. He said he does not envision playing in the league as long as his predecessor in New England, Adam Vinatieri, who announced last week that he will return to the Indianapolis Colts next year for his 24th NFL season.
"God bless him, the dude's a stud, but he must really love it to be playing at 46," Gostkowski said.
Gostkowski is a free agent after the season.
You can listen to the full interview below: