Former Patriots Receiver Josh Gordon Auctioning Off Super Bowl Ring

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Josh Gordon wasn’t able to help the Patriots in the postseason during their run to a Super Bowl win over the Rams due to suspension. But the team still gave him a Super Bowl ring for contributing during the regular season.

But the ring Gordon received is no longer in his possession. It is currently up for sale at Heritage Auctions.

The auction house estimates the ring’s value at $100,000, touting it as “the sixth and final Patriots ring of the Brady era.” 

Gordon appeared in 11 games for New England that season, catching 40 passes for 720 yards and three touchdowns.

He was back with the Patriots last season, playing six games before going on injured reserve and later getting claimed by the Seahawks. He was once again suspended after playing just five games in Seattle. Gordon is attempting to apply for reinstatement, according to multiple reports.

If he’s reinstated, he would become an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career.

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