Former SEC players receive Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl rings
Fourteen former SEC players have some fancy new jewelry.
Members of the Los Angeles Rams have received their Super Bowl rings celebrating the championship ship. The SEC website lists 14 alumni on the Rams roster (not including practice squad or injured reserve players) for Super Bowl LVI, which Los Angeles won 23-20 over Cincinnati on Feb. 13:
- Odell Beckham Jr. (LSU)
- Kendall Blanton (Missouri)
- Bobby Brown III (Texas A&M)
- Blake Countess (Auburn)
- Leonard Floyd (Georgia)
- Van Jefferson (Florida)
- Ernest Jones (South Carolina)
- Terrell Lewis (Alabama)
- Sony Michel (Georgia)
- Von Miller (Texas A&M)
- Brandon Powell (Florida)
- A’Shawn Robinson (Alabama)
- Matthew Stafford (Georgia)
- Andrew Whitworth (LSU)
As ESPN and others have highlighted, the Rams went all out for their championship rings. Matthew Stafford even joined Instagram to show off his new ring.
The Rams put SoFi Stadium INSIDE their Super Bowl rings! 💍
— ESPN (@espn) July 22, 2022
The Rams’ rings are in 💍
Los Angeles has released images of their Super Bowl bling, designed by LA-based jewelry house Jason of Beverly Hills.
The removable top reveals SoFi Stadium’s bowl underneath.
— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) July 22, 2022
Jalen Ramsey and OBJ get their first Super Bowl rings 🥶💍
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) July 22, 2022
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