Doug Williams is the first black quarterback to play in and win a Superbowl with the Washington Redskins.
Doug Williams was the first black QB to win the Super Bowl and Super Bowl MVP award
Doug Williams was first to start and win the Super Bowl
Doug Williams (Washington Redskins).
The first quarterback to win the Heisman Trophy was Davey O'Brien in 1938.
Vince Young of the Tennessee Titans in 2006.
There's only been one black quarterback ever to win the Superbowl, and that was Doug Williams with the Redskins.
Joe Gilliam as a backup for the Steelers. The first black QB to start and win a Super Bowl was Doug Williams.
The Only starting black quarterback the win the superbowl. Dennis Dixon, for example, won it on the bench.
Super Bowl XXII : Doug Williams, Washington Redskins was the only black quarterback to ever win a super bowl in the '82-'83 season
Don Gaffney -- October 3, 1973. He lead UF to a win AT Auburn. Not only was he the first black QB to start a game at UF, but he was the first to start in the SEC! A Great Gator!
Doug Williams for the Redskins in SB XXII
Doug Williams, Washington Redskins.....now coaching at Grambling Doug Willams was the first black Quarterback to win the superbowl in 1988 against the Denver Broncos. ==Answer Update ==As of July 17, 2007 Doug Williams is no longer the head coach at Grambling and is working in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' personnel department.
Michael Vick Mike Vick QB fo eagles former qb for falcons further black qb to win super bowl
The first non quarterback to win the Super Bowl MVP was linebacker Chuck Howely of the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V.
The first Q.B to win the Super Bowl M.V.P was Bart Starr
Terry Bradshaw was the Steelers starting quarterback in Super Bowl IX. That was their first championship win.
It has never happened.
last I heard he was at Grambling
Doug Williams won Super Bowl XXII (1987-88 season) with the Washington Redskins to become the first and only black quarterback to play in and win a Super Bowl (Steve McNair and Donovan McNabb have played in Super Bowls, but neither won)