Through Super Bowl XLIII, no. There have been head coaches that have coached two different teams in the Super Bowl but none that have won with two different teams. Don Shula coached both the Baltimore Colts and the Miami Dolphins in the Super Bowl. He lost with the Colts and won 2 out of 5 with the Dolphins. Mike Holmgren coached the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl. He won 1 of 2 with the Packers and lost with the Seahawks. Dick Vermeil coached the Philadelphia Eagles and the St. Louis Rams in the Super Bowl. He lost with the Eagles and won with the Rams. Bill Parcells coached the New York Giants and New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. He won 2 of 2 with the Giants and lost with the Patriots. Dan Reeves coached the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl. He lost 3 of 3 with the Broncos and lost with the Falcons.
One was Bill Belichick who was an assistant for defense and special teams under Miller for the Denver Broncos in 1978.
Phil Jackson and Pat Riley
How many different NBA teams
Through Super Bowl XLII, there have been five head coaches to coach two different teams to a Super Bowl (Don Shula, Mike Holmgren, Bill Parcells, Dick Vermeil, Dan Reeves) but there has not been a head coach that has won a Super Bowl with two different teams.
Bud Grant and John Madden
As of Super Bowl XLII, no coach has coached two different teams to Super Bowl victories.
Don Shula (Colts and Dolphins) Dick Vermeil (Eagles and Rams) Dan Reeves (Broncos and Falcons) Bill Parcells (Giants and Patriots) Mike Holmgren (Packers and Seahawks)
Roy Williams of UNC.
The Pro Bowl squads formerly were coached by staffs whose teams did not survive the divisional playoffs. Now the teams are headed by celebrity coaches, usually former NFL stars such as Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders.