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June 17th, 2010
New Orleans Saints Received the New Championship Ring!

 


New Orleans Saints captain and Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees said that it is pretty incredible and it is a big honor for them to be here in receiving this Super Bowl Ring. Drew Brees believes that New Orleans Saints are perfectly deserve for this Super Bowl Ring after their glorious performance in the 2009 NFL regular season.

The yellow-gold ring holds a total of 44 diamonds, which indicates the 44th Super Bowl and the top of the ring  features a felur-de-lis, the symbol of both the team and New Orleans.

Weighing in at a little over 2 ounces (about double the heft of an iPod Nano), the ring's rectangular face stretches from the knuckle to the base of the finger.

The fleur de lis, outlined in black, features a .06-carat round diamond, representing the team's first Super Bowl win.

Sixteen diamonds surrounding the face represent the 16 wins during the 2009 season.

Forty-four diamonds circling the entire ring symbolize the 44th Super Bowl.

Flip the ring on its sides, and on one shank, there's the score, the Super Bowl XLIV logo, the game date (engraved as "02.07.10"), the location ("Miami, FL") and the NFL shield.

On the other shank is the player's name, number and position as well as a city skyline design, featuring the Superdome, a Carnival float (complete with riders holding the Lombardi Trophy aloft) and a line of music notes from "When the Saints Go Marching In."

 


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