He wasn’t there the day Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to a sixth Super Bowl title, but the team gave Josh Gordon a ring anyway and now it’s about to go up for auction.
Six figural Lombardi trophies made of diamonds and Patriots logo adorn the front with the phrase “World Champions.”
The massive piece of championship bling is at Heritage Auctions, which will be offering it in its upcoming Summer Platinum Night event. The Super Bowl LIII ring– and the original box it came in–is expected to sell for $100,000 or more.
The 10K gold ring measures a whopping two inches from top to bottom and is a virtual diamond-fest, weighing 87 grams.
The design by Josten’s commemorates the Patriots’ 13-3 win over the Rams with the game score and also lists the years of the previous five victories at the bottom of the band.
Gordon caught Brady’s 500th career touchdown pass on October 4, 2018—his first TD as a Patriot after being traded from Cleveland. He played in 11 games before stepping away to focus on his mental health. Gordon caught 40 passes for 720 yards during his season in New England. He came back at the start of last season but was placed on injured reserve and was later released.
According to TMZ.com, the ring was consigned by a dealer and isn’t currently owned by Gordon, who is currently a free agent.
The auction is expected to open August 7 with bidding set to close over two nights, August 29 and 30.