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Each ring features the player's name on a plate that mimics the SoFi Stadium Infinity Screen and their number adorned in diamonds.
The ring opens to reveal the bowl of the stadium, inclusive of a piece of a Super Bowl LVI game ball and turf that the game was played on.
The ring features two palm trees on the top and two stars on the side as an homage to the "City of Stars".
Each ring has approximately 20 carats of white diamonds set in white and yellow gold, the most carat weight in history for a championship ring. The .26 carats of diamonds on the two palm trees featured on the face of the ring represent the franchise's 26 total postseason wins.
The 1.12 carats of round diamonds on the top of the ring represent January 12, honoring three key dates in Rams history: on January 12, 2016, the Rams were approved to move back to Los Angeles; on January 12, 2017, the Rams hired Head Coach Sean McVay, and on January 12, 2019, the Rams beat the Cowboys for their first playoff victory after returning to LA.
The four stones on the Infinity Screen represent the four teams the Rams had to beat in the playoffs — the Arizona Cardinals, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the San Francisco 49ers, and the Cincinnati Bengals.
The .23 carats of diamonds on the stadium columns represent the 23 points scored in the Super Bowl to secure a Rams victory.

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