Which NFL players will be wearing wedding gowns in 2018?

The 2018 NFL season is in full swing, with a plethora of players taking to the field.

And for many of them, their weddings are going to be the highlight of the festivities.

The players who are going all-in with their wedding include former Eagles player Brandon Marshall, former Saints defensive tackle Dominique Easley, and wide receiver Kenny Britt.

The bride will be former Bengals wide receiver Antonio Brown, according to a report.

While the players are in full celebration mode, the groom is also taking things a step further by adding a new piece of jewelry to his wedding ring.

Marshall and Easley are going the traditional route with their ring.

Both Marshall and Easy have their own wedding bands, and Britt and Marshall’s wedding band is the one on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

But Britt and Easi are taking it a step farther by adding jewelry to the ring they will be sporting.

Britt and her husband, former Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, have teamed up with designer Roberta Grosz, and the pair are adding a diamond ring to the ceremony.

Britt and Marshall are already engaged, but their wedding ring could go a long way to ensure that their relationship goes down as a big success.

Britton, 25, is married to Steelers quarterback Ryan Tannehill, and they’ve been together since 2009.

The two have one daughter together, Lacey.

Britt is the mother of Britt’s 2-year-old son, Ty, and he is an assistant coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Easley, 29, is the former Saints wide receiver who won the Super Bowl with the Atlanta Falcons.

He and his fiancee, former Jets tight end Jake Ballard, announced their engagement on Instagram on July 11.

They also have one child together, Deion Sanders, who is now an assistant at Virginia Tech.

Easier said than done, and it’s no surprise that Britt and the groom are going ahead with their nuptials in style.

Britt will be receiving the wedding rings in a ceremony held at the Maracana hotel in Paris on July 14, while the bride will receive them in Paris in front of the Brandenburg Gate.