03/23/2011 12:57 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Charlie Batch, Backup Steelers Quarterback, Could Lose Super Bowl Rings In Bankruptcy

Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback Charlie Batch has other things to worry about besides the labor battle with NFL owners.

Brian Bowling of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported on Wednesday that Batch, who filed for bankruptcy in December, could have his Super Bowl rings seized along with several other items of personal property.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Jeffery A. Deller lifted an automatic stay on Friday, giving Primerock Real Estate Fund LP the choice to collect on its $820,000 claim against Batch by seizing property he put up as collateral to secure the debt.

The property reportedly includes the two rings, two Super Bowl trophies, his interest in a Munhall house, a 2006 Kawasaki personal watercraft and other sports memorabilia.