sport news Mad ways former NFL pros have lost their Super Bowl rings after Jason Kelce ... trends now

sport news Mad ways former NFL pros have lost their Super Bowl rings after Jason Kelce ... trends now
sport news Mad ways former NFL pros have lost their Super Bowl rings after Jason Kelce ... trends now

sport news Mad ways former NFL pros have lost their Super Bowl rings after Jason Kelce ... trends now

Jason Kelce is the latest former NFL'er to misplace his Super Bowl ring in the craziest way possible, as the retired Philadelphia Eagles center revealed that he lost his most prized football asset during last week's live show of his podcast, New Heights. 

Jason, who became a Super Bowl LII champion after his beloved Eagles beat the Tom Brady-led and Bill Belichick-coached New England Patriots in 2018, disclosed that his ring mysteriously disappeared after he put it in a pool of Skyline Chili - one of several games played during his appearance on the University of Cincinnati's campus with his brother and Kansas Chiefs tight end, Travis. 

The 36-year-old, Ohio native now suspects that his ring might have ended up in a landfill after he loaned it out for the event. The game involved fans diving into pools of chili to retrieve a pair of Super Bowl rings, one of which was a replica.

'This game existed because I continually lose my Super Bowl ring,' Jason said on the latest episode of New Heights on Wednesday. 'And I don't even know if Travis still knows this, but I legitimately lost my Super Bowl ring in this event.

'You're such a f****ng imbecile,' Travis replied at one point, adding: 'God dammit Jason.' 

So, in light of the Kelce Bros.' joining the long list of athletes losing their career-defining accessory, DailyMail.com takes a look at other NFL players who have lost track of their Super Bowl rings throughout time. 

Jason Kelce has revealed he lost Super Bowl ring at his and Travis' New Heights live show

Jason Kelce has revealed he lost Super Bowl ring at his and Travis' New Heights live show

One game saw fans dive into pools filled with chili in an attempt to find two Super Bowl rings

One game saw fans dive into pools filled with chili in an attempt to find two Super Bowl rings

Jason won his only Super Bowl ring with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018 against the Patriots

Jason won his only Super Bowl ring with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018 against the Patriots

The Eagles' playing and coaching staff, including Jason, received a Super Bowl LII ring in 2018

The Eagles' playing and coaching staff, including Jason, received a Super Bowl LII ring in 2018 

1. Former 49ers center John Macaulay

Macaulay, who was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the 11th round of the 1982 NFL Draft, was a member of the Niners team that won Super Bowl XIX in 1984. 

Now a physician in California, Macaulay, 64, once left his Super Bowl ring in a restroom of San Jose Airport in June 2013, according to several reports. But, thanks to the kindness of an airport worker, he got it back shortly thereafter. 

According to the San Jose Mercury News, Arra Daquina - a maintenance worker at the aiport - came across the ring while cleaning. 

'I didn't know what it was,' she said back in 2013, when the ring was lost. 'But it was big and heavy.' 

Daquina reported her finding to her supervisors, and soon afterward, Macaulay came looking for it. The former football pro didn't need much to identify his ring, as it had his last name engraved on it. 

Macaulay, who also dabbled in tech before practicing medicine, only played a total of three games with the 49ers, but they all came during a championship season. Talk about perfect timing...

Ex-49ers-center-now-doctor John Macaulay lost his Super Bowl XIX ring at San Jose Airport

Ex-49ers-center-now-doctor John Macaulay lost his Super Bowl XIX ring at San Jose Airport

PERFECT TIMING: Macaulay (L), 64, was part of the Niners for two seasons between 1984-1986

PERFECT TIMING: Macaulay (L), 64, was part of the Niners for two seasons between 1984-1986 

An image of a Super Bowl XIX ring from 1984 given to all San Francisco 49ers players that year

An image of a Super Bowl XIX ring from 1984 given to all San Francisco 49ers players that year

 2. Anonymous Packers executive

Somebody get Keith Morrison on the line as this story resembles a 'Dateline' episode.

According to The Chicago Tribune, DEA officials once found a Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV ring from 2011 while busting up a Mexican drug-trafficking cartel, as they were recovering heroin, cash and weapons, at the time. 

Authorities later revealed that the sports memorabilia item was stolen from the Packers exec', who's name has yet to be revealed, 13 years later. Odd. 

It remains unclear how the drug traffickers managed to end up with the ring. 

One thing for sure is that despite all of the conspiracies he's laid out there, Aaron Rodgers had nothing to do with the Mexican gang's operations... 

Some way, somehow a Packers Super Bowl XLV ring was once among drug cartel members

Some way, somehow a Packers Super Bowl XLV ring was once among drug cartel members 

3. Former Bucs, 49ers & Cardinals linebacker Chris Washington 

Last month, in March, several reports emerged that Chris Washington, who was a member of the 49ers' Super Bowl Championship Team in 1989, lost his ring while running errands with his wife.

Yep, you read that right... the worst part about it all is that Washington apparently didn't notice that he lost the ring until several days

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