This year's Ravens season have you down? Well, now you can own a piece of the team's glorious past.
Former Ravens safety Omar Brown, who played three games for the 2012 Ravens but was inactive in all four games en route to the Super Bowl XLVII win over the San Francisco 49ers, is auctioning off his Super Bowl ring this week.
The auction, hosted by Goldin Auctions, ends on Friday. As of 2:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, bidding was up to $36,000.
Brown played four games with the Ravens in two seasons spent between the active roster and the practice squad. He didn't catch on anywhere after the Ravens released him.
Several Super Bowl XLVII rings have gone to auction. Reserve running back Damien Berry sold his ring for more than $43,000, while running back Jamal Lewis, who was given a ring by owner Steve Bisciotti because he is a member of the team's Ring of Honor, sold his for $50,820.
Additionally, a replacement ring commissioned after receptionist Toni Lekas' ring was lost, then subsequently found in the Chesapeake Bay, sold at auction for over $26,000 this past summer.