Edelman, 33, also said he has attended synagogue during the football season.
The New England Patriots wide receiver is accused of having jumped on the hood of a car, causing damage.
In a post on social media featuring a close-up photo of the cleats, Edelman recalled his first visit to Israel in 2015, which he called a “meaningful experience.”
The loss leaves the San Francisco 49ers (8-0) as the NFL's lone unbeaten team.
He began discussing his Christian upbringing, and then curtailed the discussion into his attempts to rekindle his Jewish heritage within himself over the past few years.
Edelman is a member of three Super Bowl winning teams and the only Jew ever named the big game’s MVP.
“Mr. Robert Kraft is one of the best friends Jerusalem has,” said Lion.
"It is important to me that I make my parents proud as I fulfill a promise that I made to them that I would, one day, be a college graduate," Edelman said.
Genesis Prize Foundation Co-founder and Chairman, @StanPolovets, said, “Being in Atlanta for the Super Bowl in support of Genesis Prize Laureate Robert Kraft and his Patriots was a true honor.
Edelman, 32, is one of only a few Jewish players in the league, embracing that side of his identity over time.