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Denver Broncos receive Super Bowl 50 championship rings

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June 13, 2016


Denver – The Super Bowl 50 champion Denver Broncos finally received their gaudy championship rings on Sunday night.


The team held a private ceremony at Mile High Stadium, inviting only members of the championship team, the organization, their families and former Broncos Super Bowl champs.

Attendees, dressed to the nines, entered the stadium via the “Orange Carpet,” giving the entire event a gala feel. Each player had their own table with a customized tablecloth featuring their name and number. On top of that tablecloth rested a locked box with the Super Bowl 50 logo containing the ring.

After brief addresses from the likes of team president Joe Ellis and Super Bowl XXXII MVP Terell Davis, who told the team, “One is nice, two is nicer,” Davis along with Rod Smith, Shannon Sharpe and other former champions presented the team with the keys to their box.

Right around 8 p.m. the players were given the green light to open the box and unveil their massive, majestic, mind-blowing rings.

Pictured above, the ring boasts 212 round, tapered and marquise shaped diamonds set in a 10 karat white-and-yellow gold ring, the coolest feature maybe being the banner featuring John Elway’s memorable quote “THIS ONE’S FOR PAT” along the right side of the ring .

“Most importantly, the ring honors the Broncos’ rich history and passionate fan base,” Ellis said in a release from the team. “It truly captures the excitement of our Super Bowl 50 win for the incredibly deserving members of our organization.”

As for the players reaction, a quick look at any of their Snapchats will tell you it was something along the lines of, “Oooooooh!”

As Wade Phillips—or Drake—would say, really big team, really big rings.




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