Josh Gordon's Super Bowl LIII championship ring has a new owner.
The veteran wide receiver won the ring as a member of the New England Patriots during the 2018 NFL season.
Gordon was acquired by the Patriots in a trade with the Cleveland Browns in September of 2018. He played in 11 games for New England before being suspended by the NFL in December of that year for violating the terms of his reinstatement.
Even though Gordon didn't play for the Patriots after Week 15 of the regular season, the Patriots still gave him a ring after they beat the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII.
That ring sold for $138,000 last week at Heritage Auctions, according to Sports Collectors Daily.
Gordon was ultimately reinstated by the league and played six games for the Patriots in 2019 before being waived. The Seattle Seahawks signed him in November of last season and he played five games for the NFC West franchise. He was suspended by the league again in December.
Gordon is currently a free agent.