Rob Ninkovich shares Super Bowl rings with hometown

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New England Patriots defensive end Robert Ninkovich is a Chicago native, growing up in New Lenox and playing football at Lincoln-Way Central High School. And after winning Super Bowl XLIX, Ninkovich brought his ring back to his hometown.

The Patriots defensive end allowed one of his neighbors to wear the ring and take a picture with it. Ninkovich’s neighbor posted the photo on Reddit.


From the Reddit post:

From a Bears fan to Patriot fans, I have grown up next door to Robert Ninkovich in a town south of Chicago. Today he came home with his ring and I was so fortunate to have gotten to take a few pictures.

This Bears fan turned into a Patriots fan over night after the New England defensive lineman shared his Super Bowl prized possession with him.

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