On This Date: Seahawks Receive Super Bowl XLVIII Championship Rings

A look back at a memorable moment in Seahawks history that occurred on June 19.

A look back at a memorable moment in Seahawks history that occurred on June 19.

2014

The Seahawks receive their Super Bowl XLVIII championship rings in a private ceremony at the EMP Museum in downtown Seattle. Players and coaches come together to celebrate a season that saw the club claim its first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history.

"We're here tonight to honor the dedication and drive of so many people in this room," Seahawks owner Paul Allen said that night. "Our new rings and the championship they commemorate represent the capstones of this franchise's achievements to date. It took a special team, special coaches and special fans to make this moment a reality. And here we are celebrating this special night together."

The white-gold ring, made by Tiffany & Co., was designed by Allen, head coach Pete Carroll, Executive VP/General Manager John Schneider, team president Peter McLoughlin, and other Seahawks executives.

Photos from the Seahawks' Super Bowl Ring Ceremony.

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