Linebacker Matt Milan is the only player to earn Super Bowl rings with three different teams -- the Raiders, the 49ers and the Redskins.
Charles Haley has five Super Bowl rings. He is the only player in NFL history to play on five winning Super Bowl teams.
No quarterback has won the Super Bowl with different teams. The only player to take two separate teams to the Super Bowl is quarterback Craig Morton. He led the 1970 Dallas Cowboys to the big game, but lost to the Baltimore Colts 16-13. He later led the 1977 Denver Broncos to the Super Bowl, but lost the game to the Dallas Cowboys 27-10.
Shannon Sharpe with the Broncos and Ravens.
Jerry Rice, Tom Brady Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, and Troy Aikman have three super bowl rings. Many players have three Super Bowl rings. Many players from the Steelers teams of the 70s have three and some (Bradshaw, Greene, Harris, and others) have four. Same goes for the great 49ers teams. Many from the New England Patriots teams of the early and mid 2000s have three rings. Gene Upshaw of the Oakland Raiders has three rings won in three different decades (60s, 70s, and 80s). Matt Millen is the only player to have been on three different Super Bowl winning teams (Raiders, 49ers, Redskins). And, none of these answers include Marv Fleming, the first player to win a third as well as a fourth ring. Fleming was a tight end who played for the Packers in I & II when they won, lost with the Dolphins in VI, and then won back-to-back with the Dolphins in VII and VIII. I believe that he is also the only player thus far to have won at least 2 rings with each of two different teams. Almost certainly the first player to have played in 5 superbowls..
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Many players have accomplished the feat, among them: Bill Curry, Herb Adderley, Charles Haley, Ken Norton, Jr., Deion Sanders and Bill Romanowski. Matt Millen won Super Bowl rings with three different teams.
Matt Millen, with the Raiders, 49ers, and Redskins. Charles Haley, I believe, has 5 rings, but with only 2 teams, the 49ers and the Cowboys. Here's LOTSO trivia about Superbowl rings...Haley is the only player with 5...Ken Norton is the only one to win 3 STRAIGHT Rings. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Bowl_ring
Jerry Rice (49ers, Raiders), Ricky Proehl (Rams, Panthers), and Muhsin Muhammed (Panthers, Bears) have caught TD passes for two different teams. No player has rushed for a TD for two different Super Bowl teams.
The Steelers are the only team that has 6 Super Bowl rings. :)
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Preston Pearson, Matt Millen and Rod Woodson.
Technically both teams receive approx 150 rings for appearing in the super bowl. The winner's rings are worth at least twice that of the losers, players, injured lists, coaches etc all get rings at the team's discretion.
NFL team do not give rings to teams that lose the Super Bowl. Losing teams get a Conference Championship ring for wining their conference championship game, but not one for participating in the Super Bowl.
One team has six superbowl rings and they are the steelers
The NFL awards the Super Bowl teams enough money to but 150 rings. The team may award them to who they see fit. In all probability, inactive player DO get a Super Bowl ring.
He doesn't have any - however he went to the Super Bowl with 2 different teams; Tennessee Titans in 1999 and with the Oakland Raiders in 2003.
Matt_Millen">Matt MillenLinebacker Matt Millen was the first player to achieve the feat (Raiders, 49ers, Redskins). Millen has four rings, having won two with the Raiders (one with Oakland, one with L.A.). His Raiders rings do not constitute Super Bowl keepsakes from two different teams, since the Raiders relocation from Oakland to Los Angeles and back again to Oakland all fall under the heading of Raiders franchise history. Note: Running back Preston Pearson was suggested as the answer, after having appeared in Super Bowls with Baltimore (Super Bowl III), Pittsburgh (IX), and Dallas (X, XII, & XIII). However the Colts lost the Super Bowl III (to the New York Jets, 16 to 7).
While the Pittsburgh Steelers have six Super Bowl rings, the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys have 5 Super Bowl championships each.