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Kansas City Chiefs receive Super Bowl LVIII championship rings

Inside each ring is the diagram of the play that won Super Bowl LVIII. The ring has 529 diamonds and 38 rubies and totals 14.8 carats.

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Kansas City Chiefs reciben anillos de campeones del Super Bowl LVIII
Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their victory in Super Bowl LVIII for the last time by receiving their championship rings in a private ceremony at the Nelson-Atkins Museum after completing a mandatory minicamp before the training camp.

Jostens was the company in charge of making the rings with 505 round diamonds, 19 rectangular diamonds, five marquise diamonds, and 38 rubies. However, each player received one with different details, such as the year in which they were champions with the Chiefs, depending on their seniority.

The ring is full of symbolism. On one side, it has the player’s last name, and on the other, it is engraved ‘Back-to-Back’ to emphasize consecutive championships. In addition, at the top and bottom, it has 11 rubies to represent the 11 regular season victories.

The play with which the Chiefs won the Super Bowl

Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, who also wore the team’s 2019 and 2022 Super Bowl rings before the ceremony, said this year’s version told the story of last season.

Inside each ring is the diagram of the play that won Super Bowl LVIII. In Andy Reid’s playbook, it is known as Tom & Jerry —the one in which receiver Z, in this case, Mecole Hardman, makes a motion towards the line but then sends a route outside the numbers.