The Green Bay Packers wanted bling with their Super Bowl ring and that's what they got. Compromised of 3.35 carats and 109 diamonds, the rings met the expectations of the players. Packers president Mark Murphy said he knew the players wanted something big and with lots of "bling,"
"It was definitely everything we expected," said Packers coach Mike McCarthy. "The players, they were ecstatic about it, the way they were showing each other the ring, the platinum, the diamonds, the design, I think it's something everybody is excited about it."
Check out a close-up photo of the rings here.
This was an unusual Super Bowl ring ceremony at Lambeau Field because the players and owners haven't seen each other this offseason due to the communication ban the NFL lockout brings.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and LB Clay Matthews were clearly excited to receive their bling, as evidenced by this photo.