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Chris Spielman Auctioning Personal 1986 Ring in Continued Quest to Raise $40,000 for COVID-19 Relief

Chris Spielman continues to step up amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

The former Ohio State All-American linebacker set out to raise $40,000 for coronavirus relief. He's already made a big dent in that goal by auctioning off a chunk of his personal memorabilia and gear, highlighted by the $12,000 sale of his 1984 Big Ten championship ring.

Now, Spielman's looking to raise another hefty chunk with another piece of Buckeye history, auctioning off his 1986 Big Ten championship ring.

Spielman's other sales have included an autographed, a game-worn Buffalo Bills jersey for $1,125 as well as his personal 1994 All-Madden Team leather jacket for $2,565, a Detriot Lions jersey and pants set packaged with his 1994 Pro Bowl watch for $2,500, and a game-worn signed Browns jersey and helmet for $1,525.