Found January 23, 2013 on Taking Bad Schotz:
Even when he was little, he was big. His Super Bowl ring is the largest to have ever been made.  His ring size is 25 – just five more than the Super Bowl XX it represents. William Perry, more affectionately known to Chicago Bear Super Bowl Shuffle era fans as “The Fridge”, played for the Chicago Bears for nine years and spent his final year in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles. As a freshman at Clemson in 1981, he helped take the team to a national championship and was a three time All-American during his four years with the Tigers. In 1985, he was a first-round draft pick as a defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears, 22nd overall. Interestingly, whenever the Bears were in goal line offense Coach Mike Ditka made the decision to switch Perry’s position from defensive to offense as a fullback. The genius in Ditka’s decision enabled Perry to become a blocker for Walter “Sweetness” Payton and score himself. In Super Bowl history, he became the first inside lineman to rush for a touch...
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