Kentucky alum Mike Edwards received his Super Bowl ring

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Former Kentucky safety Mike Edwards and his Tampa Bay Buccaneer teammates received their Super Bowl rings last night in a private ceremony down in Tampa.

The ring has eight emerald-cut diamonds on each side to represent the franchise-record eight straight wins; nine diamonds on the trophy for the fewest-points allowed in a Super Bowl; and 319 diamonds around the exterior for the game’s 31-9 score. The ring also has a removable top to reveal Raymond James Stadium hand-engraved into the center of the ring.

See for yourself:

Each ring is personalized for each champion, and Edwards showed his off on Instagram during the event:

According to sports business reporter Darren Rovell, the players will pay $10,000 in taxes on the championship rings, a price tag Edwards and his teammates are probably willing to pay.

Edwards’ Citrus Bowl ring is still better.

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