The rings are coming to town.
The Ravens worked with Jostens to create a championship ring after their Super Bowl win, and they are going to have a private ceremony on June 7 to give them out to those associated with the team, according to the team's website.
On the web site, the Ravens had information from a Jostens press release which said that "elements from the season and the franchise's history will be incorporated into the ring's final design, truly symbolizing the success of the team and the Ravens organziation."
In addition, the article on the site said that the rings will be handed out to players, coaches and staff at that ceremony.
Owner Steve Bisciotti asked Joe Flacco and Ray Lewis for their thoughts on the design, according to the article. Plus, the team is connecting with Jostens to make a "collection of jewelry and items especially for Ravens fans. The limited edition collection will debut the evening of the Ravens' Ring Ceremony and be inspired by the Super Bowl XLVII ring."
The Ravens won the Super Bowl in February by beating San Francisco. It's the second championship win in team history since the Ravens moved to town before the 1996 season. Before that, the last NFL title came when the Baltimore Colts won in 1970 -- in Super Bowl V.