Retired NFL offensive lineman turned broadcaster Damien Woody is getting ready to unload some very valuable and memorable rings.
The former New England Patriots teammate of Tom Brady is said to be auctioning off his 2001 and 2003 Super Bowl rings.
Darren Rovell of Action Network says the current high bids are $31,250 for the Super Bowl XXXVI ring and $38,750 for the Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Woody was a member of two Super-Bowl-winning teams, in 2001 and 2003. He did not play in Super Bowl XXXVIII against the Carolina Panthers because of a knee injury.
The Patriots selected him 17th overall in the first round of the 1999 draft. Woody would go on to start 76 games with the Patriots, mostly at center.
Woody played for the New England Patriots, Detroit Lions and New York Jets before he would retire back in 2011.