Federal authorities in Philadelphia said they had seized a shipment of 108 fake Super Bowl rings, including some for the 2018 champion Eagles.
The rings were sent from Hong Kong and arrived in the United States on June 18, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said.
Officers noticed the poor craftsmanship and reached out to the NFL to verify whether the rings were real, the agency said. The NFL said they were not.
If authentic, the rings would have been valued at $1 million.
The Eagles received their real Super Bowl rings last month. Authorities didn't say how many of the fake rings were for the Eagles.
My colleague Zach Berman wrote about the design of each ring: