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Many players for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the 70s and the 49ers of the 80s/90s have four Super Bowl rings. At least 22 players have four rings including: Terry Bradshaw, Mike Wilson, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, Mel Blount, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Roicky Bleier, Donnie Shell, Mike Webster, Steve Furness, Joe Montana, Keena Turner, Jesse Sapolu, Eric Wright, Ronnie Lott, Adam Vinitieri, Bill Romanowksi, Charlie Weis, Matt Millen. Of course Dan Rooney, Dick Hoak, Joe Greene, Charles Haley, Chuch Noll, Bill Belichick and Romeo Crennel have five rings. Mike Woicik has six and Neal Dahlen has seven. The first player to win 4 rings was Marv Fleming. He is tied with numerous players as the first to win 1 and 2 rings with the '66 and '67 Packers. He was on the Dolphins team that lost VI, then won VII and VIII.
There are no current Steelers players with four Super Bowl rings. The most any current player on the team has is two.
Presently all but four players.
Nobody has six. Just four.
The record for the most Super Bowl rings won by a wide receiver in the NFL is four. Two NFL players hold this record. They are Lynn Swann and John Stallworth.
As of the 2007 season, only Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw have won four Super Bowl rings.
The player with the most Super Bowl rings in Charles Haley with five. He won two with the San Francisco 49ers (SBs XXIII and XXIV) and three with the Dallas Cowboys (SBs XXVII, XXVIII, and XXX). Mean Joe Greene of the Pittsburgh Steelers has 6 rings, the most total rings held by a former player (four as a player and two with the Pittsburgh staff). Many players have four rings. Terry Bradshaw and many of the players of the Pittsburgh Steelers from the 1970s have four rings. Joe Montana and many of the players of the San Francisco 49ers of the 1980s and 1990s have four rings.
Joe Greene has six Super Bowl rings as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He won four as a player and two as a special assistant scouting college and pro players for the team.
Terry Bradshaw won four Super Bowl rings, winning them all with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Terry Bradshaw has won four Super Bowl rings, Troy Aikman has won three.
Joe Montana was the starting QB for four Super Bowl wins and Steve Young was the starting QB for one Super Bowl win.
Yes. Back in the 1970's when the Steelers won four Super Bowls in six years, many of the players were part of all four championships.
Zero, Tony Romo has not played for a Super Bowl. He has four playoff appearances, but only one win.
He has four. Three with the Patriots and one with the Colts.
Four ... Super Bowl V with the Baltimore Colts and Super Bowls XI, XV, and XVIII with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders.
Randy Grossman (Super Bowls IX, X, XIII, and XIV)
Charles Haley is the only player to have played on five Super Bowl winners, twice with the San Francisco 49ers and three times with the Dallas Cowboys.Joe Greene won four Super Bowl rings playing with the Pittsburgh Steelers and a fifth as a special assistant for the Steelers.Bill Belichick has coached for five Super Bowl winners, two as the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants and three as the head coach of the New England Patriots.Chuck Noll coached the Steelers to four Super Bowl victories and won a fifth as a consultant to the Steelers.Dick Hoak won five Super Bowl rings as a running backs coach for the Steelers.
Four ... two with San Francisco and two with Denver.
No, he is tied with Joe Montana. Both have four.
Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw each have four.
Counting the ones received as winners of the first two Super Bowls (which were actually AFL-NFL world championships), Green Bay players have won 4 sets of rings. However, only one person, Willie Davis, has all four rings (from the 1966, 1967, 1996, and 2010 seasons). Super Bowl wins for Green Bay : I, II, XXXI, XLV
5. He won four with the Steelers (Super Bowls IX, X, XIII and XIV) and he bought Refridgerator Perry's Super Bowl XX ring off of Ebay.
The Green Bay Packers have four Super Bowl rings. Only three teams have more, the Dallas Cowboys (five), the San Francisco 49ers (five) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (six).
none of them do, the vikings have been two four super bowls but they have never won one