Herb Adderly, CB - Green Bay (I,II), Dallas (VI)
Matt Bahr, K - Pittsburgh (XIV), New York Giants (XXV)
Robert Bailey, CB - Dallas (XXX), Baltimore (XXXV)
Jim Burt, DT - New York Giants (XXI), San Francisco (XXIV)
Matt Cavanaugh, QB - San Francisco (XIX*), New York Giants (XXV*)
Bill Curry, C - Green Bay (I), Baltimore (V)
Billy Davis, WR - Dallas (XXX), Baltimore XXXV
Richard Dent, DE - Chicago (XX), San Francisco (XXIX)
Dedrick Dodge, S - San Francisco (XXIX*), Denver (XXXII)
Dave Duerson, S - Chicago (XX), New York Giants (XXV)
Marv Fleming, TE Green Bay (I,II), Miami (VII, VIII)
Andy Frederick, OT Dallas (XII), Chicago (XX)
Hubert Ginn, RB Miami (VII), Oakland (XI)
Forrest Gregg, OT Green Bay (I,II), Dallas (VI*)
Charles Haley, LB/DE - San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV), Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII)
Ted Hendricks, LB - Baltimore (V), Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (XI, XV, XVIII)
Kenny Hill, S - Los Angeles Raiders (XXVIII), New York Giants (XXI)
Derek Loville, RB San Francisco (XXIX) Denver Broncos (XXXII, XXXIII)
Jim Mandich, TE - Miami (VII, VIII), Pittsburgh (XIII)
Charles Mann, DE - Washington (XXII, XXVI)
Wilbur Marshall, LB - Chicago (XX), Washington (XXVI)
Ed McCaffrey, WR - San Francisco (XXIX), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII)
Tim McKyer, CB - San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV), Denver (XXXII)
Jim McMahon, QB - Chicago (XX), Green Bay (XXXI*)
Matt Millen, LB - Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (XV, XVIII), San Francisco (XXIV)
Earl Morrall, QB - Baltimore (III, V), Miami (VII, VIII)
Marcus Nash, WR - Denver (XXXIII), Baltimore (XXXV*)
Ken Norton, LB - Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII), San Francisco (XXIX)
Bart Oates, C - New York Giants (XXI, XXV), San Francisco (XXIX)
Elvis Patterson, CB - New York Giants (XXI), Dallas (XXVIII)
Preston Pearson, RB - Pittsburgh (IX), Dallas (XII)
Gloster Richardson, WR - Kansas City (IV), Dallas (VI*)
Bill Romanowski, LB - San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV), Denver (XXXII, XXX)
Jeff Rutledge, QB - New York Giants (XXI), Washington (XXVI)
Deion Sanders, CB - San Francisco (XXIX), Dallas (XXX)
Mark Schlereth, G - Washington (XXVI), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII)
Shannon Sharpe, TE - Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Baltimore (XXXV)
David Stalls, DE/DT - Dallas (XII), Los Angeles Raiders (XVIII)
Harry Swayne, OT - Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Baltimore (XXXV)
Adam Timmerman, G - Green Bay (XXXI), St. Louis (XXXIV)
Keith Traylor, DT - Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), New England (XXXIX) *did not play
As of the start of the 2007 season, the most Super Bowls have been won by the Cowboys, Steelers, and 49ers. Each has won 5. The Pittsburgh Steelers are a professional American football team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They are members of the Northern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC), in the National Football League (NFL). The Steelers are the oldest and most championed franchise in the AFC. The team has appeared in six Super Bowls and, along with the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys, is one of three teams to have won the Super Bowl five times. http://www.answers.com/topic/pittsburgh-steelers Six: Conditioning coach Mike Woicik has the most Super Bowl rings: three with the Dallas Cowboys and three with the New England Patriots. Five: Dan Rooney, Dick Hoak, Joe Greene, Charles Haley, Chuck Noll, and Bill Belichick each have five Super Bowl Rings. Rooney won each as an executive with the Pittsburgh Steelers, for which Hoak was running backs coach for all five championships. Also for the Steelers, defensive tackle Greene won four as a player and one as the Steelers' special assistant for player personnel. Linebacker Haley is the only person to win all five as a player: two with the San Francisco 49ers and three with the Cowboys. Chuck Noll acquired four of his rings as a head coach and in Super Bowl XL received one as a team consultant. Bill Belichick gained his five for coaching: two as defensive coordinator of the New York Giants, and three as the head coach of the Patriots. Four: Dozens of players have four. Twenty-two players, among them Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, Mel Blount, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Rocky Bleier, Donnie Shell, and Mike Webster, each won four Super Bowl rings with the Steelers. Joe Montana, Keena Turner, Jesse Sapolu, Eric Wright, and Ronnie Lott each won four Super Bowl rings with the 49ers. Kicker Adam Vinatieri won three with the Patriots and one with the Indianapolis Colts. Bill Romanowski won two with the 49ers and two with the Denver Broncos. Coach Charlie Weis won one with the Giants and three with the Patriots. Matt Millen has the most rings from different teams, two with the Oakland Raiders, one with the 49ers, and one with the Washington Redskins.
Three: Among the many football figures with three are Troy Aikman, Steve Young, Michael Irvin, Tom Brady, Joe Gibbs and Jerry Rice. Ken Norton, Jr. is the only player to have won three Super Bowls in a row (1992-1994).
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Through Super Bowl XLVI, the following teams have won only 1 Super Bowl:
1) New York Jets - Super Bowl III
2) Kansas City Chiefs - Super Bowl IV
3) Chicago Bears - Super Bowl XX
4) St. Louis Rams - Super Bowl XXXIV
5) Baltimore Ravens - Super Bowl XXXV
6) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Super Bowl XXXVII
7) New Orleans Saints - Super Bowl XLIV
Neal Dahlen. He's got seven -- five from his time on staff with the 49ers and two from working as the general manager of the Denver Broncos.
New England Patriots
I think Charles Haley with 5.
The Steelers have the most Super Bowl wins, with six. If you're asking about championships, the Packers have the most, with 12: nine in the pre-Super Bowl era, and three Super Bowl championships.
Pittsburgh steelers ANSWER If you're asking about championships, the Packers have the most, with 12: nine in the pre-Super Bowl era, and three Super Bowl championships. The Steelers have the most Super Bowl wins, with six.
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.
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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.