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D.J. Bryant becomes latest Raven to auction his Super Bowl XLVII ring

The Ravens Super Bowl ring was crafted to show scores of playoff games from the 2012 season. Annapolis-based Recognition Concepts worked with players and coaches to design the ring.
The Ravens Super Bowl ring was crafted to show scores of playoff games from the 2012 season. Annapolis-based Recognition Concepts worked with players and coaches to design the ring. (By Tim Prudente / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Yet another Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII ring is up for auction.

Bidding is open on former practice squad linebacker D.J. Bryant's ring through Goldin Auctions.

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The ring currently has five bids with the highest one being $20,000. The auction closes May 7.

Bryant, a Baltimore native who starred at Randallstown before playing at James Madison, was signed to the Ravens' practice squad in December of the 2012 season after stints with the Houston Texans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets. He has never played in an NFL regular-season game.

He's the fifth known player to auction off his ring, received after the Ravens' 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.

Another local product, LaQuan Williams (Poly, University of Maryland), had his ring auctioned for $62,220 in late January. That was the highest price for any of the auctioned rings.

Safety Omar Brown's ring was auctioned for $43,920 while running back Damien Berry's attracted a winning bid of $43,000. Jamal Lewis, who received the ring from owner Steve Bisciotti because the former star running back was a member of the team's Ring of Honor, got $50,820.

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