BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) — Months after they won Super Bowl LIV, the Kansas City Chiefs received their Super Bowl Rings. That includes a few former Western New York players who were a part of this year's NFL Champions.
The rings reportedly feature 10 1/2 carats of gemstones including 255 diamonds and 36 genuine rubies.
The center of the ring features the Chief Arrowhead logo with the words "World Champions".
One side of the ring features the player's name, player's number, the team's motto, the two flags representing their super bowl championship years ('69 and '19), and the stadium's record decibel rating.
The other side of the ring features the final score of the game. Inside the ring band are the player's signature and the scores/logos of their postseason journey to the Super Bowl.
Demone Harris (Bishop Timon, UB) and Ryan Hunter (Canisius) spent last season on the active roster while Jody Fortson (South Park) was a member of the practice squad.