Look: Kansas City Chiefs Receive Their Super Bowl LIV Championship Rings

The Kansas City Chiefs received their Super Bowl LIV championship rings on Tuesday, seven months after they defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Miami to end a half-century title drought.

The ceremony took place at Arrowhead Stadium, the team’s home venue. The rings include 16 custom cut rubies and two marquise cut diamonds. You can get a close-up look of the rings below:

Here’s the moment where 2018 league MVP and Super Bowl LIV MVP Patrick Mahomes received the first of (likely) multiple championship rings.

Not only did Mahomes receive a special ring that night, but he also gave one to longtime girlfriend Brittany Matthews, and she happily accepted his marriage proposal.

Future Hall of Famer Andy Reid finally won his first Super Bowl ring as a head coach.

Mecole Hardman became a Super Bowl champion in his rookie season, and the talented wide receiver made sure to record the life-changing moment on his cell phone:

Last week, the Chiefs raised the Super Bowl LIV flag.

The last order of business? The raising of the Super Bowl LIV banner, which will be raised before next Thursdays’s season opener against the Houston Texans.

After falling just short of reaching Super Bowl LIII (the Chiefs lost to the New England Patriots in overtime of the 2018 AFC Championship Game), Mahomes and Kansas City redeemed themselves with a playoff run for the ages.

They erased a 24-0 deficit against the Texans in the AFC Divisional Round, a 10-0 deficit against the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship and a 20-10 fourth quarter deficit against the 49ers in the Super Bowl – scoring 21 unanswered points against a stingy defense in the big game.

The Chiefs are looking to become the first team to repeat as champions since the 2004 New England Patriots. They managed to keep the core players together despite salary cap woes, so Mahomes and company are in great position to win a second title here in 2020.

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