When you can't do something yourself, there's no shame in recruiting someone who can, although it would be pretty funny to see Bobby Bowden playing rush end. For man-jewelry from a designer wise enough to call in some expert cavalry, check out A.D.D.
A.D.D.'s the work of Native Honduran and 13-year South Beach dweller Danjebis Rodrigues, who, after graduating Miami Beach Senior High, decided he wanted to pursue his dream of creating an edgily cool dude-cessories line but didn't initially have the skills to pull it off, so he teamed up with an illustrator who sketches his visions, and a jeweler who then creates molds, and is generally considered a fungi. Some of his baller-er work is bracelets, including the Pass Key, basically a really long old-school skeleton key bent into shape, the Doors of Perception, kinda the same idea but twisted asymmetrically, and the double-canis-lupus-headed I'm A Wolf, something Scott's wife won't admit, even though he took her V. Danjebis's also got a bunch of necklaces (the Intuition, dangling a cross and that wolf-head; the Daggers, rocking two tiny swashbuckler swords), plus some seriously dangerous rings, like the I'm A King, a double-finger guy with a mane'd-up lion, and the long thin-tabbed Nine Spoon Ring, also what the Human Centipede guy originally had planned, before remembering he's a disgusting maniac freak who hates cuddling.
Additionally, Danjebis paints scaled-down human skulls in a tribal pop-surrealist style, and he's also down to do custom jewelry pieces for Thrillist readers: just call him and and run through what elements you want incorporated, and he'll work them together and fit the piece to your size, which for Bobby, is "able to fit in Darnell's pocket".