January 4, 2019


Does it count if a player purchases a custom made championship ring instead of being awarded one the old-fashioned way?


Antonio Brown GOAT championship ring


Antonio Brown probably won’t win a Super Bowl ring, but he can now wear his new “GOAT” (Greatest of All Time) championship ring. According to the website TMZ Sports, his bling-ring cost $20,000. You can check out Brown’s new “championship ring” video below. And I wonder how Tom Brady feels about this?

Steelers Head coach, Mike Tomlin confirmed that Brown skipped Saturday’s walkthrough and did not properly communicate with the Steelers in the days leading up to Sunday’s season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals. Tomlin said that he hasn’t had communication with Brown since the two spoke prior to Sunday’s game at Heinz Field. Brown reportedly left the game at halftime after being ruled out with a knee injury.

While Tomlin confirmed that Brown hasn’t requested a trade, the Head Coach did not rule out the possibility of the team trading Brown this off-season, no matter how unlikely that scenario is. Brown’s current contract — he’s set to have a cap hit of over $22 million next season — makes him extremely unlikely to move, although that may be something the Steelers are not ruling out.

Compared to most championship rings, this GOAT ring fails to capture the beauty and class of a true championship ring.

Well, at least it’s bright and shiny and full of bling.

Here’s a link to a video about Brown’s “championship ring”:



Please remember as always I buy championship rings. If you would like to sell your championship ring in complete privacy, please contact me. Just, please, no GOAT rings.


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