After outlasting 31 other NFL teams and the longest season in history to win Super Bowl, the Los Angeles Rams will receive their championship rings tonight. After being fitted in the days following their 23-20 championship victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, the rings have been crafted are ready to be presented in a private ceremony.
The Rams are getting their Super Bowl rings tomorrow in a private ceremony (closed to non-team media and public), ahead of their arrival at 2022 training camp in Irvine over the weekend.— Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) July 20, 2022
Jason of Beverly Hills was the ring designer, with input from several Rams players. Back in May, TMZ Sports reported that that Aaron Donald, Jalen Ramsey, Von Miller, and Odell Beckham Jr. were among the players who added input on the design.
““We have lots of players putting input in. We have all the major players: Odell Beckham, Jalen Ramsey, Von Miller, Aaron Donald are all calling me and giving their two cents.That is going to be a legendary ring... (it’s) something that’s never been done before...I’m from LA, so to make the best Super Bowl ring in history is a big deal to me...We want this Rams ring to be the best Super Bowl championship ring in history... It’s LA. We are LA. We’re ready to do it.”
This ring represents the LA Rams first Super Bowl win and the second overall for the franchise. Back in 2000, when the team resided in St. Louis, the “Greatest Show on Turf” squad captured the Lombardi Trophy. In the pre-merger era, the Rams won two NFL Championships, in 1945 as the Cleveland Rams and again in 1951 as the Los Angeles Rams.
The ring ceremony should give the team a lift as they head into training camp and prepare to defend their title. They will need all motivation they can muster to capture a Super Bowl repeat, it hasn’t been done in nearly 20 years and only eight time since the 1966 merger.
- 2003-04 New England Patriots
- 1997-98 Denver Broncos
- 1992-93 Dallas Cowboys
- 1988-89 San Francisco 49ers
- 1978-79 Pittsburgh Steelers
- 1974-75 Pittsburgh Steelers
- 1972-73 Miami Dolphins
- 1966-67 Green Bay Packers
Camp is only a week away and only one NFL team can join this sterling group, the Los Angeles Rams, sporting their new championship rings.