New York Giants offensive lineman Jamon Brown may not be playing in Super Bowl LIII against the New England Patriots, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he won’t get a ring if the Los Angeles Rams pull off the upset.

Brown began the season with the Rams, appearing in six of their first eight games after serving a two-game suspension to start the year. He was later waived, only to be promptly claimed and awarded to the Giants.

In New York, Brown made an immediate impact on the field and in the locker-room. His veteran presence and willingness to coach up the younger players was invaluable, and that loss was felt in Los Angeles.

Given that Brown spent half of the season with the Rams and what he meant to his teammates, it’s entirely possible the team would gift him with a Super Bowl ring should they win it all.

“We were actually sharing this the other night with somebody with the Giants’ organization we met with,” Rams offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth said via Newsday. “I don’t think one of us missed a single game he played in for the Giants. I mean, we would sit and root for him every single game watching every snap he played.”

If the Rams do upset the Patriots, it would be a true show of class to gift Brown a ring for his performance and leadership over the first half of the season.