NFL Player Leaves Super Bowl Ring in Rental Car

A Seattle Seahawks Championship Ring. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.
A Seattle Seahawks Championship Ring. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

A Super Bowl ring belonging to Seattle Seahawks player Derrick Coleman Jr. was found in an Enterprise rental car, according to a report by Fox Sports.

After Coleman returned his rental vehicle, the same car was rented to David Mulugheta, an agent for Seahawks player Earl Thomas.

After Mulugheta’s wife found the ring under the seat, it was safely returned to Coleman, according to the report.

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