no,they are replaced and the next man up gets the pay check
Now that the Pro Bowl is played the week between the Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl, players on Super Bowl teams who make the Pro Bowl are considered Pro Bowlers and they do get paid.
No. Now that the Pro Bowl is being played the week before the Super Bowl, any player selected for the Pro Bowl that is playing in the Super Bowl will be replaced.
the team that has the most points
Through Super Bowl XLIV, there have been several ... 1) Tom Flores - player for the Chiefs in Super Bowl I and head coach of the Raiders in Super Bowls XV and XVIII. 2) Forrest Gregg - player for the Packers in Super Bowls I and II and head coach of the Bengals in Super Bowl XVI. 3) Mike Ditka - player for the Cowboys in Super Bowls V and VI and head coach of the Bears in Super Bowl XX. 4) Dan Reeves - player for the Cowboys in Super Bowls V and VI and head coach of the Broncos in Super Bowls XXI, XXII, and XXIV and Falcons in Super Bowl XXXIII. 5) Sam Wyche - player for the Redskins in Super Bowl VII and head coach of the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII. 6) Tony Dungy - player for the Steelers in Super Bowl XIII and head coach of the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.
The MVP of both Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II was Bart Starr (QB)
Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award was created in 1967.
Most likely not. They are a dark horse team right now, but clearly not one of the favorites picked to go all of the way to the Super Bowl.