Ex-Patriots star Josh Gordon's Super Bowl LIII ring auctioned for huge sum
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Former New England Patriots wide receiver Josh Gordon’s championship ring from Super Bowl LIII sold at auction for $138,000, according to a report Tuesday.
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Gordon received a Super Bowl ring for his contributions to the Patriots’ title run in 2018 despite not playing in the championship game itself. After playing a key role in the Patriots’ offense for 11 games, Gordon was suspended in December of that year for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy and missed the remainder of the season, including the playoffs.
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Heritage Auctions, a prominent sports memorabilia firm, conducted the sale. The 10-karat ring features six Lombardi Trophies in a tribute to the Patriots dynasty and was sold in its original box.