Everyone gets a ring including equipment managers and all coaches. Every player on the roster gets ones, even if they didn't get to play in the finals. The ring ceremony shows each getting their rings.
Every player on the active roster, coaches, and owners
Robert Earnshaw has scored in every division in England, in both cups (but not finals) and at international level.
1 Larry o'brien trophy for the store room 1 player gets the Bill Russell finals MVp award every player (even injured players) get a ring
Click on the 'NFL Rosters since 1920' link on this page to see every player on every roster since the inception of the NFL in 1920.
Yes. The NFL mandates that teams put out an injury report every week to declare who's hurt and how bad. However, when a player is seriously injured, and that injury will take a long time to heal, the team may put the player on 'injured reserve'. This is a list outside the normal roster limits, but once on the list, a player cannot rejoin the regular roster that season.
I'm pretty sure Wikipedia has every NFL Football team roster starting from the late 90's. All you have to do is search 2008 Chicago Bears Season in Wikipedia
every player on the team that won the Stanley Cup finals gets to hold the Cup. it starts with the captain, who then normally passes it off to a veteran, who then passes it off to the player that steps out from the crowd and so forth.
You could but it would be very risky. I have seen games where both quarterbacks were injured and the team had to use a running back to finish the game (Washington/Philadelphia, 1990 ... the 'body bag' game). I can't say that I know every player on every NFL roster but I can't imagine there is a team that carries less than three quarterbacks on their 53 man roster.
because there is not a card for every player in the League