SPOKANE, Wash. -- The drummer for the Chicago Bears 1985 Super Bowl Shuffle video has his Super Bowl ring back thanks to Spokane Police.
Detectives found the Super Bowl ring belonging to former Bears offensive lineman Stefan Humphries when they were serving a search warrant in the last two weeks related to a string of recent burglaries.
Humphries played five seasons in the NFL with the Bears and the Broncos.
He was a backup in his second season with the Bears when he also opened the iconic Super Bowl Shuffle video with a drum solo as the team wound up winning the Super Bowl later that year.
After Humphries ended his NFL career, the Florida native went to medical school and became a doctor.
His medical career took him to Spokane where he became the medical director at St. Luke’s Rehab Institute.
He left that position about three months ago to head up a medical facility in the Lake Havasu area.
He still owns a home in Spokane and the person watching his house discovered the burglary while Humphries was away.
Police say the following items were taken:
• Bears Super Bowl ring—approx. $25,000 value
• Michigan Rose Bowl ring—approx. $8,000
• Michigan Big 10 Championship Ring—approx. $2,500
• Various jewelry—approx. $20,000 (includes three watches)
The suspects are 24-year-old Joseph Whipple and 27-year-old Jonathan R. Anderson. Both are in jail on other burglary charges. Police described them as repeat offenders.