Chiefs Super Bowl LIV ring is put up for auction by a former practice squad ...

Chiefs Super Bowl LIV ring is put up for auction by a former practice squad player as bidding hits $60,000 for the 10-karat gold band with 255 diamonds A Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LIV ring has been put up for auction by a former practice squad player and bidding has already hit $60,000 as of Friday morning Running back Mike Weber, who was signed to the Chiefs' practice squad a month before February's Super Bowl victory, never played a game for the team He did receive a 10-karat gold ring with 16 custom rubies and 255 diamonds, 50 of which surround the logo referencing the half century between team titles The 14-karat gold ring Chiefs players got for winning Super Bowl IV in 1970 had only 11 diamonds and weighed nearly half as much as the 84-gram LIV model

By Alex Raskin Sports News Editor For Dailymail.com

Published: 14:44 BST, 16 October 2020 | Updated: 14:44 BST, 16 October 2020

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A Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LIV ring has been put up for auction by a former practice squad player and bidding has already hit $60,000 as of Friday morning. 

Running back Mike Weber, who was signed to the Chiefs' practice squad a month before February's Super Bowl victory, has never played in a regular season NFL game and was released by the team last May.

He did, however, receive a ring along with the rest of the club in September. The hardware commemorates the Chiefs' 31-20 Super Bowl win over the San Francisco 49ers in Miami back on February 2, which was the team's first title in 50 years.

Bidding on Weber's ring will close on November 1. 

Weber's

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