New York Giants Get Super Bowl Rings Tonight: How They Supposedly Look

Brad Gagnon NFL National ColumnistMay 16, 2012

Steve Weatherford on Twitter
Steve Weatherford on Twitter

I say "supposedly" because there's some debate in regard to what the real Super Bowl rings look like.

See, New York Giants' players continue to post pictures of the alleged ring on Twitter, but defensive end Justin Tuck continues to insist that the actual rings look different.

"I've seen that before. It doesn't look like that, actually," Tuck said of the picture of the ring to the right, which was tweeted by punter Steve Weatherford yesterday. "You want to know why? Because y'all got the wrong picture. I told y'all it was the wrong picture (in March), and I thought I lied when I said that. That's not our ring."

In March, linebacker Clint Sintim and running back Andre Brown tweeted similar pictures of a 14-karat white gold ring, so Tuck either knows something his teammates don't or he's just messing with us all.

We'll know the truth tonight when the Giants get their rings in a private ceremony at Tiffany & Co. in Manhattan. And then we're stuck waiting for 112 days before the G-men have a chance to begin their pursuit of ring No. 5.