2. Cleveland Browns QB Frank Ryan’s 1964 championship ring
Until the Browns win a Super Bowl title, the 1964 championship will continue to be revered among the fanbase, as the team’s our fathers and grandfathers rooted for were the last Cleveland team to end the season with a win.
Recently, you could have a historic relic from that historic team, w as quarterback Frank Ryan’s championship ring went up for auction last May. The ring, which is engraved with “World Champions,” sold for $30,000, according to Lelands.
Otto Graham was the field general of each of the Browns first seven championships, while Ryan won the eighth, which makes him the last Browns quarterback to win a title.
Interestingly, Jim Brown’s ring from the same year went up for auction in 2015, but it was removed as the living legend claimed the ring had been stolen, and that he wanted back. At the time the ring was removed from auction, its high bid was around $33,000.
Brown received the ring as part of settlement, according to Reuters.