Rams Unveil & Hand Out Super Bowl Championship Rings During Private Ceremony
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The Los Angeles Rams had a memorable 2021 season, winning the Super Bowl for the first time since moving back to L.A. thanks to the exceptional play by Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, Odell Beckham Jr., Aaron Donald, Jalen Ramsey, Von Miller and so many others.

The Rams’ journey to repeat begins in less than a week when the team reports to Irvine for training camp. Before that though, the Rams had one last celebration for their 2021 team in which they received their championship rings.

Just about every member of the 2021 roster was in attendance, including players that have moved on to other teams or retired. And the Rams made it worth it as they spared no expenses with these rings, which represent SoFi Stadium and L.A.

Here is a look at the Rams’ Super Bowl rings, as well as some of the highlights from the private ceremony in which the players received them:

Per the Rams, the rings have the most diamond carat weight in Championship ring history with approximately 20 carats of white diamonds set on white and yellow gold to celebrate the official opening of SoFi Stadium in 2020 and 1.12 carats of round diamonds to represent January 12, honoring three key dates in Rams history:

Jason Arasheben, CEO Jason of Beverly Hills, made the ring and included a number of different intricacies. On the face of the ring is the Vince Lombardy trophy as well as two palm trees, but once the removable top opens, there is a replica of SoFi Stadium that looks exactly as it did when the Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl.

The underside of the ring features all the final scores of all the playoff games of the 2021 season, including Super Bowl LVI. One side of the ring features the player’s name with their number adorned in diamonds with the name featured on a plate that mimics the shape of the stadium’s Infinity Screen.

The other side of the ring has the Super Bowl LVI final score 23-20, as well as the NFL Shield and Super Bowl LVI logo. “WORLD CHAMPIONS” is featured on a plate that again mimics the shape of the Infinity Screen.

Overall, these may be the nicest championship rings in sports history, and should only leave Rams players hungry to win it again in 2022 to see how Stan Kroenke and the organization can one-up themselves a year from now.