Erica Donald, the wife of Aaron Donald who is a defensive star for the LA Rams, has grabbed attention with her attempt to start a new trend.
She recently unveiled a personalized ring that mimics the design of her husband’s Super Bowl LVI ring, which he earned in 2021.
Erica approached Moe Diamonds in 2022 with the concept, and the jeweler was delighted with the final result.
Via TMZ, “Moe says the ring is filled with VS-VVS diamonds, yellow and blue sapphires matching Rams colors. It also has an F-color marquise center diamond that looks just like a football. The iced-out item also features Donald’s initials, his No. 99 jersey number, the letters SBLVI, and palm trees to represent Los Angeles.” Both Moe and Erica are hoping that more partners of Super Bowl winners jump on the trend. Erica’s creation cost about $17,000 and includes around three carats of diamonds. “I created a lady’s Super Bowl ring,” Moe said. “Aaron Donald’s wife was the first person to receive it for the Super Bowl the Rams won.”
In 2023, Donald and the Rams aim to bounce back from their disappointing 2022 season.
After going all-in to win the Super Bowl in 2021, they struggled and ended up with a 5-12 record last year.
Despite not making significant additions to their roster during the offseason, aside from tight end Hunter Long, they do have rookie starters at left guard (Steve Avila) and outside linebacker (Bryon Young).
Additionally, they brought in rookie Stetson Bennett as a backup for quarterback Matthew Stafford.
For Donald, the upcoming season marks his age-32 campaign.
He was hampered by injuries and only played in 11 games last year, the fewest in his career.
Nevertheless, he still managed to contribute with 49 tackles and five sacks.
However, the Rams face skepticism from many, as bookmakers predict them to win only around six games, with only the Cardinals expected to perform worse in their division.
Despite the doubts, the aging Rams squad is determined to prove that their Super Bowl victory in 2021 was not a one-time fluke and that they can genuinely contend in the NFL.
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