January 11, 2015

Pictured below is Don Beebe’s Packer wining Super Bowl ring along with four AFC championship rings and an NFC championship ring.

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Don Beebe was One Of NFL’s Great Underdog Stories. His book, appropriately titled Six Rings, was published by Big Talk Publishing.

Beebe may be best known for his famed play of chasing down Leon Lett and preventing him from scoring in Super Bowl XXVII. However, there’s a lot more to know about Beebe.

Beebe was a 24 year old construction worker who had a miraculous journey into the NFL and wound up playing in six Super Bowls while playing for the Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, and Green Bay Packers.

As a complete unknown, Beebe was a last minute invite to the NFL Combine, where he broke speed records that had stood for 17 years. That incredible showing helped make him a 3rd round draft pick by the Buffalo Bills.

In his nine NFL seasons, Beebe caught 219 passes for 3,416 yards, rushed for 28 yards, returned 81 kickoffs for 1,735 yards, and scored 25 touchdowns (23 receiving, one kickoff return, and one fumble recovery). Beebe appeared in six Super Bowls as a player — (XXV, XXVI, XXVII and XXVIII with the Buffalo Bills; XXXI and XXXII with the Green Bay Packers) — an NFL record that he shares with former Bills teammate Mike Lodish.

While Buffalo lost its four consecutive Super Bowl games, (that’s why the Bills rings are referred to as AFC championship rings), Beebe finally won an NFL championship in his first year with the Packers (Super Bowl XXXI). Beebe’s final Super Bowl appearance was a loss to the Denver Broncos and that’s why his final ring is a Packer NFC championship ring.

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