Two former Ravens auctioning off Super Bowl rings

The Baltimore Sun

Two former Ravens players are auctioning off their Super Bowl rings through Goldin Auctions.

Former Ravens running back Damien Berry, who spent the 2012 season on injured reserve before being released prior to the 2013 season, is selling his Super Bowl XLVII championship ring.

And former Ravens linebacker Jamie Sharper is selling his Super Bowl XXXV championship ring.

The online auction includes over a dozen championship rings, including former Baltimore Colts defensive back and kick returner Leonard Lyles' 1958 NFL championship ring.

"This is a rare opportunity for a fan or a collector to own a Super Bowl ring less than a year after it was earned and one from a landmark NFL game," said Ken Goldin in a news release. "NFL Championship rings and Super Bowl player rings are coveted by collectors because it is rare for them to become available. That is why we are so excited to offer these unique finds in our 2014 winter auction."

The news release also lists running back Jamal Lewis' Super Bowl trophy from the 2000 season.

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