The Kansas City Chiefs hoisted the Lombardi trophy back in February to commemorate their 25-22 Overtime victory over San Francisco.

Thursday night, June 13th, 2024, saw the Chiefs coaching staff and players amongst others receive their very own personal hardware to show off.

As displayed in the tweet above, the rings have quite the specifications attached.

If 529 diamonds, 38 rubies and 14.8 Carats isn't enough to impress you, the removable cap should.

Lifting the cap of the ring displays the game winning “Tom and Jerry” play in which Patrick Mahomes found Mecole Hardman in the waning seconds of overtime to cement the Chiefs fourth franchise world championship.

An individual ring, per USA Today’s Scooby Axson, ran at the low price of $40,000 bucks a pop.

Fans were quick to point out that high cost doesn’t always mean a mistake free product, as a typo was noticed on the interior of the ring in which the postseason path the Chiefs took is displayed.

On the schedule, the bling depicts Kansas City besting the #7 seed Miami Dolphins in the Wild Card round, 26-7.

The issue? Miami was the #6 seed.

While fun to point out, I am sure Kansas City, or Head Coach Andy Reid, will lose little sleep over the matter.

Coach Reid will add this ring to his collection as his third championship in as little as 5 years.

It doesn’t stop at three however as Reid lays claim to a 1997 title with the Green Bay Packers as an offensive assistant coach.

For the BYU alum, 4 Super Bowl Rings would be sufficient for most, but Reid and the Chiefs show no signs of slowing down.

This is evident by the man known as “big red” finalizing a contract extension until 2029 worth $100 million

Reid may be the oldest active coach in the NFL at 66, but he’s also the highest paid and after last night, he only has six free finger’s left.

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