As of Super Bowl XLII, that would be John Elway of the Denver Broncos who was 38 years old when he was named MVP of Super Bowl XXXIII.
Matt Stover. He was in this year's Superbowl. I think he was 43
Rich Gannon was 37 years old when he won MVP in 2002.
42 years of age, Kicker Matt Stover is the oldest player to ever play in a Super bowl.
Matt Stover at the age of 42.
The oldest player to play in a Super Bowl is punter Jeff Feagles of the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII. Feagles was 41 years, 9 months, and 27 days old.The oldest player is a kicker, Matt Stover of the Indianapolis Colts who played in Super Bowl XIV against the New Orlean Saints. he started in place of injured Adam Vinateri
George Blanda I'm 99 % sure - at the ripe young age of 48!
In Super Bowl (it's two words, people) XLIV, Indianapolis Colts kicker Matt Stover became the the oldest player to start in the Super Bowl. In the 17-31 loss to the New Orleans Saints, Stover was 1/2 on field goals, and 2/2 on extra points. --------------------------------------- In superbowl XLII, Jeff Feagles, punter for the New York giants was 41 years old, being the oldest person to play in and win the super bowl in nfl history.
Willie Parker, in Super Bowl XL
no only players who get chosen to in it play unless they're going to the super bowl.
Pro Player Stadium in Miami.
The super bowl MVP MUST play in the super bowl for them to be the Super Bowl MVP
No. Eugene Wilson did not play in Super Bowl XV. He was less than a year old when Super Bowl XV was played. Eugene Wilson did play in Super Bowl XXXVIII, Super Bowl XXXIX and Super Bowl XLII as a member of the New England Patriots.
The Super Bowl is on tomorrow.
No, an NFL player does not have to play in the Super Bowl to get a Super Bowl ring. In fact, he doesn't even have to be on the active roster of the winning team. The NFL allots 150 rings for the winning team to distribute as it wishes. Also, the winning team often purchases more rings to distribute to people beyond the 150 allotment. These rings are mementos of the Super Bowl win and typically include the team name, year, Super Bowl number, player name, and uniform number.