NFL agent finds Seahawks fullback’s lost Super Bowl ring in rental car

The agent for Seahawks teammate Earl Thomas helped reunite Derrick Coleman with his Super Bowl ring.

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Welcome to this month’s epsidode of "Seattle Seahawks: Lost and Found," following the story last November when Marshawn Lynch tracked down a Seahawks fan who lost his wallet at a gas station.

Apparently Seahawks fullback and special teams player Derrick Coleman Jr. lost his Super Bowl ring in an Enterprise rental car, though he may not have an idea where he misplaced it.

Serendipitously, David Mulugheta, agent for Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas, rented the same car in which his wife found the (pretty expensive) ring under the seat.

Coleman is currently on Seattle’s injured reserve with a broken bone in his foot. He is also the NFL’s first legally deaf offensive player.

Coleman got his ring back but this is a pretty nice win for Mulugheta of Athletes First agency, too. Need advice on a contract? He’s got that. Business development? Sure.

Lost your Super Bowl ring in a rental and need some general life advice? Mulugheta!

[H/T Sporting News]

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