Former Ravens practice squad linebacker Nigel Carr has sold his Super Bowl XLVII ring and it is being auctioned off by Goldin Auctions, according to the online auction company.
Bids are currently at $22,000 after seven bids in the first few days. The sale includes a letter of authenticity from Carr.
Former Ravens running backs Jamal Lewis and Damien Berry had Super Bowl rings that were previously auctioned by Goldin Auctions for $50,000 and $43,000, respectively.
Carr was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Ravens out of Alabama State in 2012 and was cut during training camp and then signed to the practice squad.
He hasn't played in the NFL since his stint with the Ravens, during which he appeared in no games.
Carr was arrested for breaking into cars and charged with five felonies while he was a sophomore at Florida State in 2010 and was dismissed from the football program.
The 6-foot-2, 247-pound player pleaded no contest to lesser charges of theft, a second-degree misdemeanor, in the burglary case and was sentenced to three years of probation and nearly $6,000 in fines and court costs.