NFL Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Championship Ring 1972 Jake Scott

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Rings Story

Dick Anderson, S A member of the Dolphins’ No-Name Defense, Anderson said the 1971 team actually got Super Bowl rings after losing. But they were silver, not gold. Then, at the beginning of the 1972 season, coach Don Shula tried to inspire his players by telling them no one remembers who lost the Super Bowl and “our goal is to be remembered.” Anderson said: “I look down at those 16 diamonds and the one in the middle and smile. I wear it proudly. It represents 17-0. It was the only perfect season. It’s a reminder that we did something that no one else has done. It was a special team.” The Dolphins’ organization brings back members of the 1972 team every five years to celebrate that milestone season. They sign memorabilia as a group and share memories of the perfect season.


Size: 11
Material: zinc alloy + crystal stone
Features: exquisite deep carving and hand-set crystal gems
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SKU: NFL-Miami Dolphins-1972 Categories: , Tags: , , ,

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    Jerry Schuster
    January 1, 1970
    Another championship ring to my collection. Good job

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