Travis Kelce says he has no plans to get an error fixed on the Super Bowl ring he received from the Kansas City Chiefs last week because he thinks it makes the ring “more exclusive.”

On the inside of the ring, which commemorates Kansas City’s Super Bowl LVIII championship, the score of each of the Chiefs’ postseason victories is listed, including the seeding of each opponent. The ring has the Miami Dolphins listed as a 7-seed when in fact they were the No. 6 seed in last season’s playoffs.

Jason Kelce pointed out the “major little goof” to his brother on their latest “New Heights” podcast, which was released Wednesday, and asked whether Travis Kelce had plans to get the error fixed.

“I don’t give a s—,” Travis Kelce said.

‘No, I like it that we didn’t give a f— about what seed Miami is. They were the seventh. Who cares? They could’ve done no seeds on the side of them. I would’ve been fine,” he said.

Travis Kelce added that the error makes the ring, the third he has received in his career with the Chiefs, “more unique.”

“Like oh yeah, we made it really detailed, and oops we screwed up. Just makes it more exclusive. We screwed up about something that means nothing,” he said.

The Chiefs made more than 400 rings to distribute for this championship, their second straight and third in the past five years. Each one contains 529 diamonds, 38 rubies and 14.8 carats’ worth of gems, according to the rings’ maker, Jostens.

Among the features: a display celebrating “Tom & Jerry,” the Chiefs’ name for the play on which they scored the touchdown in overtime that allowed them to beat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22. The play, on which quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw a 3-yard scoring pass to Mecole Hardman, is diagrammed on the ring in coach Andy Reid’s writing.

Information from ESPN’s Adam Teicher was used in this report.


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