Not so far... but Kurt Warner may be the first.
Yes Eli and Peyton Manning.
No quarterback has ever won a Super Bowl with two different teams. Craig Morton started for the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V and Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XII, losing both games. He remains the only QB to lead both an NFC and AFC team to the Super Bowl. It wasn't until Super Bowl XLIII that another quarterback arrived at the Super Bowl with their second different team. In that game Kurt Warner led the Arizona Cardinals (in a losing effort) after previously leading the St. Louis Rams to Super Bowls XXXIV (win) and XXXVI (loss). Incidentally, while 5 different men have lead two different teams to the Super Bowl, no head coach has ever won Super Bowls with two different teams either. The head coaches that have led two different teams to the Super Bowl are: Don Shula (Colts and Dolphins), Dick Vermeil (Eagles and Rams), Bill Parcells (Giants and Patriots), Dan Reeves (Broncos and Falcons), and Mike Holmgren (Packers and Seahawks). All 5 coaches have Super Bowl rings. Shula, Vermeil, Parcells, and Holmgren got their rings by winning the Super Bowl as head coach, while Reeves got his ring playing for Dallas (Super Bowl VI champion).
No, not only did Archie Manning not win a Super Bowl but none of the teams he played for ever made the playoffs.
The chances of the Lions ever winning a Super Bowl are the same as any teams chances statistically speaking. There is always hope!
No. But would it be cool if they did?
No. He was a member of 2 Steelers teams (1989, 1992), 2 Buccaneers teams (1997, 1999), and 1 Packers team (2002) that made the playoffs, but he never played in a Super Bowl.
The winning team of the Super Bowl receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The franchise that wins the trophy typically maintains ownership of it, while the players receive super bowl championship rings to commemorate the occasion.
No, Warren Moon never played on a Super Bowl team. He played on several teams that made the playoffs but none that made the Super Bowl. His record as a starting QB in playoff games was 3-7.
No super bowl has ever went to overtime.
No women ever played in a Super Bowl game.