Even one of the NFL's greatest franchises was left in awe of the Stanley Cup.
The greatest trophy in sports stopped by the Pittsburgh Steelers practice facility where the team was conducting its last day of mandatory minicamp practices Thursday.
A clean-shaven Nick Bonino served as the Cup's tour guide of the Steelers' complex, where some of the world's biggest athletes were left in awe of the Cup.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, offensive lineman BJ Finney, defensive lineman Cam Heyward and safety Mike Mitchell all made sure to chronicle their meeting with the Cup.
The Cup also got to hang out with the Steelers' six Lombardi Trophies, which come from Pittsburgh's NFL-record number of Super Bowl victories.
The Steelers stop was the latest in Cup's tour of Pittsburgh sports. The Penguins brought the trophy to PNC Park on Tuesday, for the Pirates' home game against the Colorado Rockies, further showcasing the bond the city's sports teams have.
"Not a lot of cities have that camaraderie or great bond between teams," Heyward said in a tweet posted by the Steelers account. "You see their guys at our games; we are at their games."