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Former Colts linebacker Gary Brackett is putting his Super Bowl ring up for auction

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Former Colts linebacker Gary Brackett is putting his Super Bowl XLI ring, as well as his AFC Championship rings, up for auction.

Brackett, who played for the Colts from 2003-2011, formerly owned the Stacked Pickle restaurant. He filed for bankruptcy in September. The 41-year-old closed his Stacked Pickle locations in 2020 due to the pandemic. The bankruptcy filing estimated his assets at $2 million and his liabilities at nearly $5.8 million. The restaurant had nine Indiana locations and one in Ohio.

Brackett won the Super Bowl Feb. 4, 2007, with the Colts against the Chicago Bears 29-17.

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His rings will go up for bids during the Ripley Auctions Super Sports & Entertainment Sale in Indianapolis on Feb. 5. The auction will be held in person at Ripley Auctions (2764 E. 55th Place, Indianapolis) as well as through online bidding platforms.

Brackett, who played his entire career with the Colts, retired at age 31. He played 116 games in his career.

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