NFL players are expected to be on hand in Washington, D.C., on Sunday to receive the Congressional Gold Medal and the National Football League Championship Ring, a group of NFL players announced Thursday.
The players will be at the Capitol, where they will be greeted by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Vice President Joe Biden.
They will also be joined by former New York Giants coach Joe Gibbs, current Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, and former Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell.
Former New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who won the 2014 AFC East title with the New England Patriots, is also expected to make an appearance.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is expected to participate, as are Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb and former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Dan Orlovsky.
Former Tennessee Titans running back Ricky Williams and former New England Steelers receiver Mike Wallace are also expected.
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez is also being honored.
The ceremony will be held in the Rose Garden, where the National Anthem will be played before the game.