Bill Rusher, who has been a key cog in the AFC South and a key figure in the league’s return to prominence, is not expected to wear a ring during the Superbowl festivities.
Rusher, an offensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers, is one of the most popular and prominent figures in NFL history, and he’s worn a ring in the past.
The 49ers had a tradition of wearing rings for their games and he has worn one for some games, but it’s not expected he will do so for the big game.
Rushing and the other players who have worn rings during the past year and a half have gotten the opportunity to wear them in person, and they’ve been a huge hit with fans.
It’s one of his favorite pastimes, so when he has to wear one, he’s excited.
He’s been a big fan of the NFL, and for that reason, he likes to wear his ring on the sideline.
He says he likes the ring to remind him of his home, and it does.
He said in the video above that he’ll probably wear the ring for the first game of the Superbowl, which will be played Feb. 6.
But Rushing isn’t the only one who will not be wearing a ring.
Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who’s been wearing a pair of earrings for weeks, will not wear a rings during his halftime show on Monday night.
That’s a sign that the team is serious about not wearing rings during games.
But he’s going to wear the rings.