The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the champions of the National Football League. They can officially show off now that they have their rings.
Members of the team — from the players to the coaching staff, to the front office — gathered together for a special ceremony on Thursday evening. The Buccaneers were presented with their official Super Bowl LV rings. And let us be the first to say, these rings are not your average Super Bowl championship rings.
The Buccaneers’ official Twitter account posted a diagram showing off all the important details surrounding their championship rings. Take a look down below:
“All in the details,” Tampa Bay tweeted after the ceremony.
Meanwhile, you can see in the picture above that the ring is absolutely mesmerizing. However, perhaps the most impressive part of the entire ring is the twist-off top that opens to a whole new level. Inside, it features a hand-engraved, three-dimensional replica of the team’s home stadium — Raymond James Stadium. It’s those two never-before-seen features that make the ring so unique.
“From the beginning, there was one thing that was very clear to us, is that the Glazer family wanted to have the best Super Bowl ring in history,” said Jason Arasheben, a representative of Jason of Beverly Hills, the ring’s manufacturer. “They wanted every detail to stand out and every detail to be done to perfection so that they could deliver the best possible ring to the organization, the team, and the community.”
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Ring Contains Plenty of Diamonds and Gold
Let’s be real, the twist-off top opening up into a 3D stadium is pretty sweet. But let’s get into the meat and potatoes of the ring — or how actual bling is inside. According to a press release from the Buccaneers’ organization, the team’s new Super Bowl rings contain 15 carats of white diamond and 14 karat yellow and white gold. Not bad.
Safe to say that the Buccaneers players are loving their newest piece of jewelry. Just take a look at this recent video posted by Bleacher Report. Some of the team’s key players during their Super Bowl run — including quarterback Tom Brady, running backs Leonard Fournette and LeSean McCoy, and tight end Rob Gronkowski — can be seen smiling, dancing, and showing off their historic rings.
“We all as leaders of the team felt like the most significant thing that we had done was what we did in the playoffs,” Tom Brady said. “We went on the road to three opposing stadiums and won, which is very difficult to do. I’ll never forget getting off the plane after Green Bay and landing. It was at night, we got off, we’re right at the airport and we looked over and we could see the red lights around our stadium at home. It was kind of like, ‘Man, we’re going to play in the Super Bowl in our own stadium.'”