Chiefs unveil Super Bowl LVII ring

Chiefs unveil Super Bowl LVII ring

The Kansas City Chiefs unveiled their championship hardware Thursday.

The rings feature a removable top with an engraving of Arrowhead Stadium underneath.

A ring fit for a Kingdom.

— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) June 16, 2023

Kansas City defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 to capture Super Bowl LVII in February. It marked the franchise’s third league championship and second in the last four years. The club won its first-ever title by beating the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IV.

The rings also feature three marquise cut diamonds to represent each Super Bowl in franchise history. The 38 diamonds on the front of the ring are meant to represent the total points scored against the Eagles in the Super Bowl. Additionally, designers placed the player’s unique signature on the interior of the ring along with the scores of each of the Chiefs’ playoff wins.

Altogether, each ring sports 16.10 total carats, which includes 609 round diamonds and 35 custom-cut genuine rubies.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named MVP of last season’s big game after completing 21 of 27 attempts for 182 yards and three touchdowns.

“That’s what you work for, was to win the Super Bowl and get those rings,” Mahomes said before the private ceremony on Thursday, according to ESPN’s Adam Teicher. “They last a lifetime. To be able to see them, I know they’ve done a great job with them.”

“It’s cool to be able to have two of them now,” he added.

Former offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and safety Juan Thornhill were among a number of former staff members and players welcomed back for the ceremony.

The moment we’ve all been waiting for…

— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) June 16, 2023

The Chiefs are enthusiastically celebrating their latest Super Bowl win after their last title ceremony was limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The club held a socially distanced ring ceremony at Arrowhead Stadium that year.

“I guess it is our first time going through it all, so it’s all new to me, and it feels right,” tight end Travis Kelce said. “I think this is the last hurrah, though. I think everybody in this building is kind of ready to go after 2023 here and put this one in the past.”

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