The Los Angeles Rams have been celebrating all year after winning Super Bowl LVI. Aaron Donald and his crew took care of the Cincinnati Bengals in their home stadium to become champions of the NFL. With training camp just around the corner, there was one final order of business to conclude the party.

Nearly six months after winning the Super Bowl, the Rams finally received their championship rings. In true Los Angeles style, they are extraordinary flashy. The diamond-encrusted rings include palm trees, a Vince Lombardi Trophy, and even a removable top.

Under the top is an awesome miniature replica of SoFi Stadium. Also included is a piece of the game ball from Super Bowl LVI. After begging for his ring on the field, Aaron Donald has to be satisfied.

The Los Angeles Rams said the rewards are the most carat weight in the history of a sports championship ring. Each ring has the players’ names and numbers engraved on them as well. They also have the team’s battle cry from the past season, “We not me.”

The rings were handed out at a private ceremony in Los Angeles on Thursday. The players were thrilled when they saw their new bling. Aaron Donald also repeated his famous “ring me” dance, only this time, he had his hardware.

The Rams are set to begin training camp later this month. The team is hoping to go back-to-back. One can only imagine what a second Super Bowl ring would look like after this extravagant display.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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