Sammy Williams was not a starter on the 2000 Ravens, but he played on that season's Super Bowl-winning team and his championship ring just sold at auction for $23,275.
The ring was described on GoldinAuctions.com as a "Jostens 14K-gold, size 14-1/2 ring" that "sports 3 carats of white and yellow diamonds plus a 1-1/2-point ruby. There's an amazing Raven top design with a diamond border on all four sides and yet another diamond on the Lombardi Trophy shank design."
"Williams" is engraved inside the band. The ring was accompanied by a letter of authenticity from a pawn shop describing itself as the owner.
Williams, now 41, was an offensive lineman drafted from Oklahoma in the sixth round in 1998. He is listed on the NFL site as playing in one game in 2000.
The item was part of Goldin Auctions' October Legends Auction. The sales prices were announced today.
Also sold was a letter that the late rapperTupac Shakur wrote from prison for $172,750, and a Babe Ruth game-used bat for $31,850.