The often-talked about offseason acquisition of the Cleveland Browns, Odell Beckham Jr. only needed a single word express how he felt about Tom Brady’s new Super Bowl bling. And it essentially summed up how the entire NFL world likely feels about the impressive rings.
“TIMELESS,” Beckham wrote on a photo of Brady with his newest of six Super Bowl rings.
Appropriate, considering Brady is 41, still winning Super Bowl rings and playing at a high level in New England. He’s the only player in NFL history to need more than one hand for all of his rings.
ESPN covered some of the basics of the ring, which is the largest ever, according to Jostens. As far as all the bells and whistles that come along with the ring, it’s safe to say they’re nothing short of spectacular.
Crafted in 10 karat gold, it features the Patriots’ logo brought to life through a custom-cut, red and blue stone. Thirty-eight diamonds surround the logo, with an additional diamond set in the star.
The Patriots’ logo rests atop six Lombardi trophies, set with 123 diamonds, each accented with a marquise-cut diamond.
The trophies on the ring top are surrounded by an additional 108 pave-set diamonds, which represent the number of practices in the 2018 season.
It goes on to point out that there are an incredible 76 diamonds around the edges and 20 of them are blue which point to the Patriots’ 20 AFC East titles. Not surprisingly, it also features the phrase “Still Here” which was the team’s motto during the 2018 season. Finally, each player has their name written on the ring, making it even more impressive and unique.
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Beckham has been open about his expectations in Cleveland this season and his desire to “hang banners” with the Browns.
“Words don’t do it justice for being out here. I’m almost giddy. I’m like a little kid, seeing Baker, seeing this offense, and this defense is something special,” Beckham said. “This team is coming together, and it’s only June. I feel like this team is going to come together. I’m excited about it. . . .The goal is always the same, to hang banners. We know we have a lot of expectations and a lot of work to do.”
The Browns just wrapped up minicamp and will have an extended layoff before getting back together in July for training camp. There, the Browns and OBJ can begin their quest for ring No. 1.