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Chiefs' Kelce likes Super Bowl ring typo: 'Makes it more exclusive'

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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has no issue with the typo on the team's Super Bowl LVIII championship ring.

The ring, which was unveiled Thursday night, lists the Chiefs' wild-card round opponent, the Miami Dolphins, as being the seventh playoff seed when they were actually the sixth.

"I don't give a shit," Kelce said on Wednesday's episode of his "New Heights" podcast when asked if the Chiefs plan to fix the typo. "No, I like that we didn't give a f--k about what seed Miami was in. F--k it. Yeah, they were the seventh. Who cares?

"They could've done no seeds on the side of them, I would've been fine. I think it makes it more unique, like, 'Oh yeah, and we made it really detailed and oops, we screwed up.' It just makes it more exclusive, like we screwed up about something that means nothing."

The 14.8-carat Super Bowl LVIII ring features 529 diamonds and 38 rubies, all of which represent various milestones the Chiefs achieved. The top of the ring opens up to reveal a drawing of the team's game-winning "Tom and Jerry" play in head coach Andy Reid's handwriting.

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