Rams tight ends coach lost championship rings in burglary

Thieves stole jewelry, electronics on New Years Eve Brad Biggs

Print This January 12, 2013, 11:03 AM EST

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St. Louis Rams tight ends coach Rob Boras lost a 2006 NFC Championship ring and a Big 12 Championship ring in a New Year’s Eve theft.

According to KDSK Ch. 5 in St. Louis, two Jefferson County, Mo., men are accused of burglarizing the home of Boras in Kirkwood, Mo.

The men are accused of stealing $28,000 in electronics and jewely and they took multiple rings, including the championship rings. Boras won the NFC ring as a member of the Chicago Bears coaching staff and received the Big 12 ring at Texas.

According to KSDK, two of the stolen rings were sold to Missouri Gold Buyers in Fenton, Mo., and then melted down for scrap.

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