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Former Ravens running back Damien Berry: I did not sell my Super Bowl ring

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The former Ravens running back says his ring was sold without his knowledge.

Rob Carr

A lot of people were surprised to learn that former Ravens running back Damien Berry would sell his 2012 Super Bowl ring.

Including Damien Berry himself.

According to the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, Berry called him to say he had no idea his Super Bowl ring was up for auction on a website run by the company Goldin Auctions. Berry told Wilson that a friend — a former friend most likely if what Berry's saying is true — handed the ring to the auction site without his consent.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Damien berry called me and said he didn&#39;t place his super bowl ring up for sale says auction of his ring is unauthorized</p>&mdash; Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) <a href="">January 11, 2014</a></blockquote>
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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Damien berry said a friend put his ring up for sale without his knowledge he&#39;s working through lawyer to try to get his ring back</p>&mdash; Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) <a href="">January 11, 2014</a></blockquote>
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Berry said he became aware of this when Ravens fans began attacking him on social media sites.

However, Wilson writes that the Goldin Auctions site has a lot of paperwork, which includes specific background checks, that validates the ring as a good sale.

"This isn't a good look, I know that, but I swear this didn't start with me," Berry told Wilson. "I have a lawyer who's working with me to try to get the ring back. I was shocked when people starting coming at me on Twitter about what's up with my Super Bowl ring. It's definitely upsetting, but everything will be all right."