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Former Baltimore Raven sells his Super Bowl ring for $62,220

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One of many former fringe players to sell his ring, wide receiver Laquan Williams' was the highest sale to date.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

There seems to be a big market out there of people who want to own real Super Bowl rings. The latest former Baltimore Raven to put his up for auction is wide receiver Laquan Williams, a former Maryland Terrapin who was a special teams contributor and depth wide receiver for the Ravens in 2011, and exclusively as a special teams player in 2012 as the Ravens won the Super Bowl.

His ring is the latest to be posted in an auction, and the bidding has now closed with the ring selling for $62,220.

Per Sarah Ellison at Baltimoreravens.com in her daily column, Late for Work, here is the list of former players who have sold their rings.

Four former Ravens have sold their Super Bowl XLVII rings, and the Terp alum’s rings came in at the highest price.

Safety Omar Brown: $43,920

Running back Damien Berry: $43,000

Running back Jamal Lewis (received a ring as a gift because of his Ring of Honor status): $50,820

Team receptionist Toni Lekas:  $26,730