The LA Rams unveiled their Super Bowl rings on Thursday evening.

Previously, the team had announced that these rings would have the most carat weight in the history of a sports championship ring.

To celebrate the team's new stadium, the Rams had a private event and revealed the new rings for their coaching staff.

The ring on the right wrist have 20 white diamonds in order to represent the opening of SoFi Stadium.

On January 12, 2016 the Rams were approved to move back to Los Angeles

and on January 12, 2017 Sean McAvay was hired as their new head coach.

On January 12, 2019 during the playoffs the Rams beat Dallas Cowboys

The point values of each game in the playoffs are on the inside of the ring.

The circles on either side represent the teams that the Rams defeated to win Super Bowl LVI: Arizona Cardinals,

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, San Francisco 49ers, and Cincinnati Bengals.

The Rams football team collaborated with Jason of Beverly Hills to design their ring.

Jason and his team created a championship ring that was inspired by the Rams and their season and stadium.

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