Green Bay Packers players received their Super Bowl XLV rings Thursday night -- here's a closeup photo of Jermichael Finley's. You can review the long list of symbolism the team included in its design, most of which amounts to Wikipedia-based overstunting (ninety-two diamonds, friends?).
One locally relevant note, however: the inside of each ring is engraved with the scores from the team's playoff victories, since the Packers were only the third team to win three road playoff games. Each of those scores is also graced with the opponent's logo. Thus, the Atlanta Falcons are on a Super Bowl ring for at least the second time -- I'm assuming the Denver Broncos 1998 rings feature at least the score from the title game, though there's no way to tell from pictures I can find.
DISCUSSION: Which super-symbolic element from Falcons history would an Atlanta Super Bowl ring use as an excuse to swag itself beyond belief?