A Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl ring and a pair of “Deflategate” gloves are being offered as part of Lelands.com 2017 Winter Auction.
The auction ends March 17.
Tony Casillas’ 1992 Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl ring is listed with an opening bid of $5,000. The Cowboys beat Buffalo 52-17 in Super Bowl XXVII in Pasadena.
Casillas won two Super Bowl rings with the Cowboys. The other was the following season in the Cowboys’ 30-13 win over Buffalo in Super Bowl XXVIII in Atlanta.
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The ring is stamped 10k and was made by Balfour with diamonds totaling 5.26 karats in the shape of a football with the Cowboys' star in the center.
New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski’s signed game-worn “Deflategate” gloves are also listed. Opening bid is $2,500.
The Indianapolis Colts accused the Patriots of deflating their footballs to give quarterback Tom Brady and his receivers an unfair advantage in their AFC Championship Game on Jan. 18, 2015.
New England won the game 45-7. Gronkowski had three catches for 28 yards and one touchdown. Two weeks later, the Patriots beat Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX.