1964 Cleveland Browns NFL Championship Ring Presented to WR Tom Hutchinson
Stunning gem presented to wide receiver Tom Hutchinson, a wide receiver with the Browns from 1963-65, which was long enough to get a ring. The words circling the sparkling center diamond say it all: “Browns World Champions” Balfour beauty is a size 10.5 with “14k” stamped in the band. Though not original, the brown colored stone has been replaced professionally and is flawless. The shank reads “Tom Hutchinson”, the name of the man who earned this sumptuous beauty. In the championship game, the Cleveland Browns a huge underdog, rallied to upset the Baltimore Colts and take the title on the back of running back Jim Brown. The 1964 NFL Championship Game win is considered the second greatest upset in NFL history next to Joe Willie Namath's Super Bowl III guarantee. In fact, Jim Brown himself had a pregame prediction, pre-Namath, "We are going to kick their a--s today." The last NFL championship for the Cleveland Browns.
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