Former Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis received a Super Bowl XLVII Championship Ring, despite the fact that he hadn’t suited up in purple in six seasons.
[quote_box_center]Even though he had not played for Baltimore since 2006, former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis was still awarded a 2012 Super Bowl ring by the team for his long-standing affiliation with the franchise. (He still ranks as the team’s all-time leading rusher) and his induction to the Ravens Ring of Honor during the 2012 season.[/quote_box_center]
That quote comes from the listing of Jamal’s ring. It turns out it’s up for auction online and if you have 20ish thousand dollars, you could be the lucky owner.
At the time of this post, the current bid is $18,000.
The craziest part of this auction is that it’s actually the second time that Lewis’ ring is for sale.
[quote_box_center]This spectacular Super Bowl ring is accompanied by paperwork from the pawn shop where Jamal Lewis pawned his rings.[/quote_box_center]
Does that mean that Lewis pawned his Super Bowl XXXV ring too? The one from the team he actually played on.
Man, that’s sad.