Jamal Lewis' Super Bowl ring was sold at auction that the Baltimore Ravens gave Lewis for their 2012-13 Super Bowl win over the San Francisco 49ers, the ring sold for $50,820.
The Ravens gave rings to all members in the Ravens Ring of Honor, Lewis was inducted into the team's Ring of Honor in 2012, "Jamal is one of the all-time Ravens greats," said Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions, which sold the ring to a collector in Maryland. "This ring was a hotly contested and we saw a lot of interest from Ravens fans."
Jamal Lewis was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2000 with the fifth overall selection. The Ravens went on to the Super Bowl in Lewis' rookie year where he won his first and only ring as a player. Lewis played with the Ravens from 2000 to 2006, he ended his career with division rival, the Cleveland Browns where he played for two years.
The ring is made out of 10K white gold and has 3.75 carats worth of diamonds.