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Date set for Buccaneers to receive Super Bowl rings

The Super Bowl 55 champion Bucs will have their rings unveiled at a private ceremony on July 22nd

NFL: FEB 07 Super Bowl LV - Chiefs v Buccaneers
Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady (12) of the Buccaneers accepts the Lombardi Trophy from General Manager Jason Licht after the Super Bowl LV game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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It’s been nearly four months since the Buccaneers walked out of their home stadium as Super Bowl 55 champions. While the experience of a championship win is something that will stick with a player throughout their career, and most likely their entire life, a ring is forever.

According to the Tampa Bay Times’ Bucs reporter Rick Stroud, the Super Bowl winning players and staff have received invitations to attend a private ceremony on July 22nd to receive their championship rings.

This ceremony will take place two days prior to the start of training camp at a currently undisclosed location.

While this is the first ring (hopefully of many) for the majority of players from that Super Bowl winning team, others like Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski will most likely know what to expect at such an event.

In addition to Brady and Gronk, the Glazer family will also have some idea of what’s in store due to the fact that this is the second Super Bowl win under their ownership, and the first in nearly 20 years.

While there have been no details revealed yet about what the ring may look like, we can all expect to see the final score of 31-9 etched onto the side, reminding everyone of the complete and utter domination of the Kansas City Chiefs in their botched attempt to “run it back.”