Four ex-Ravens have auctioned off their Super Bowl XLVII ring and it is LaQuan Williams' bling that fetched the biggest price.
Williams' ring attracted 18 bids and was auctioned off for $62,220 over the weekend. Goldin Auctions handled the bidding as part of their winter auction.
Of the other Raven player Super Bowl rings to be auctioned off in recent years, 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. Safety Omar Brown's ring was auctioned for $43,920 while running back Damien Berry's attracted a winning bid of $43,000.
Williams, a Baltimore native who played high school football at Poly and collegiately at the University of Maryland, is a former wide receiver and special teams player for the Ravens. He played 11 games for the team during their Super Bowl season in 2012, but he was put on injured reserve with a hamstring injury in December and was not part of the postseason run.
Williams, 27, was cut by the Ravens before the start of the 2014 season and he's been out of the NFL since.
Several other Baltimore sports items were auctioned off by Goldin over the weekend. A Ray Lewis 2001 autographed Ravens road jersey was sold for $1,342. A 2013 Chris Davis game used and signed Louisville slugger bat went for $1,159, and a 2012 Manny Machado game used and signed MLB debut third base was auctioned off for $1,464.