Philadelphia Eagles receive Super Bowl LII championship rings in ceremony

The Philadelphia Eagles celebrated their Super Bowl LII win for a final time, unveiling their championship rings at a ceremony held Thursday night.

The Super Bowl rings are made of pure 10-karat white gold, adorned with a total of 219 diamonds and 17 rare green sapphires. There’s also a dog mask is inscribed on the inside of the ring to highlight the underdog theme that galvanized the team on its title run. 

It was such a detailed process, from every bit of wording that was on the ring to the placement of the diamonds, to the shape, the size, Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said. I thought, ‘You know, you just sort of come up with some ring, and you make many, and you have a party.’ I never really thought of the details that were required. You go through so much during a season.

What, when you’re looking back 20 years from now, do you want to have signified with that ring? What are the statements that you want to make about the team, about the season, about the kinds of players and coaches that we had? It’s kind of like, how do you want to be remembered 20 years from now?

Wow, Eli looks fantastic, to be perfectly honest, Mitchell said as the Jets concluded minicamp. I’ll tell you who I see Eli as, and he’s in the Hall of Fame. Eli can do those type of Premier League Cheap Jerseys things. He has the skillset to be a LaDainian Tomlinson if he was given that opportunity.

Disaster.

Luckily for the New York Giants, that didn’t turn out to be the case on Thursday. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Giants tackle Nate Solder the aforementioned high-priced blocker had his knee checked out and is fine after he was involved in a minicamp fracas.

It could have been much worse for the Giants, who for a moment were trapped in a frightening possibility of losing their big investment in a useless offseason spat between rookie and San Jose Sharks Cheap Jerseys veteran. Will Hernandez and Damon Snacks Harrison were the two involved, with Hernandez losing his helmet (and Harrison acquiring it ) in the scuffle. More from The Athletic’s Dan Duggan, who was at the scene:

Duggan later tweeted Giants coach Pat Shurmur had to talk to Harrison separately. We won’t make assumptions, but it wouldn’t be the first time a veteran tested a rookie, even during a period that is supposed to be non-contact.

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