The Seattle Seahawks revelled in their success from February once again on Thursday night as they partied with their new Super Bowl championship rings.
After following Beyonce's advice, they put a ring on it, and many players took to Instagram and Twitter to showcase their newest trophy to the world with many coming up with new and exciting pictures.
Max Unger, Derrick Coleman and of course, everyone's favourite Richard Sherman all showcased their new bling on the social media sites.
Most pictures were just generic close ups of the rings on their fingers, but Quarterback Russell Wilson was not one to shy away.
He displayed his ring in several comical poses often imitating teenage girl poses commonly found on social media.
The rings weren't the only excitment for the Seahawks players however as worldwide recording artist Usher treated them all to a live show and Wilson was not one to let him leave without getting a picture together.
The Seahawks players had a fantastic night and can now turn all their attentions to preparing to defend their Super Bowl championship.
What a beauty
The ring itself is absolutely stunning, according to the team, it has: "three-dimensional Seahawks logo of 64 round diamonds with a vibrant emerald hue,
"forty blue sapphires surround the ring top flanked by two "12" flags, referring to Seattle's "12th man,"
The phrases "LEAVE NO DOUBT" "24/7" and "WHAT'S NEXT?" feature on the ring as does the score from that night at the MetLife Stadium in February.
The ring is fantastic on every side of it and can be seen here:
What next for Seattle?
Ever since the Seahawks defeated the Denver Broncos 43-8 at Super Bowl XLVIII, not many people have predicted them not to return to the biggest game in football in 2015.
Held at the University of Phoenix stadium, Super Bowl XLIX is expected to once again be played between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks.
But where the Broncos have strengthened their defence which was seen as inferior to their incredible offence last season, the Seahawks have gone a a different way.
Focusing more on resigning many of the players that made them world champions in the first place, they clearly feel this team is good enough to do it all again, and who would argue with them?