This may ruffle some of the fans' feathers that would do anything to have the chance to be a part of a team that goes on to win a Super Bowl championship.
Former Ravens running back Damien Berry, one year removed from being a part of a franchise that won Super Bowl XLVII, has sold his ring, which is now being offered to online consumer, according to Goldin Auctions.
Berry was a member of the Ravens' practice squad in 2011 and spent 2012 on injured reserve. He did not make the regular season roster or practice squad in 2013.
In addition to Berry's ring, former Ravens safety Jamie Sharper auctioned his ring off to the memorabilia company too. In addition, Jamal Lewis' Super Bowl trophy is available for sale too.
In a news release, the company also mentioned the other memorabilia items for sale.
"This is a rare opportunity for a fan or a collector to own a Super Bowl ring less than a year after it was earned and one from a landmark NFL game," said Ken Goldin, founder of Goldin Auctions. "NFL Championship rings and Super Bowl player rings are coveted by collectors because it is rare for them to become available. That is why we are so excited to offer these unique finds in our 2014 Winter Auction."