Through Super Bowl XLIV, that was Shaun Alexander of the 2005 Seattle Seahawks who won the NFL rushing title with 1880 yards and played in Super Bowl XL.
Prior to Shaun Alexander, that was Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos who led the NFL with 2,008 rushing yards in the 1998 season and played in Super Bowl XXXIII. The only other player to accomplish this is Emmitt Smith of the Dallas Cowboys who did it three times. He led the NFL with 1,773 rushing yards in 1995 and played in Super Bowl XXX, 1,486 yards in 1993 and played in Super Bowl XXVIII, and 1,713 yards in 1992 and played in Super Bowl XXVII.
Tony Dungy. Head Coach - Colts in Super Bowl XLI. Player - Steelers in Super Bowl XIII.
John Elway of the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXXIII.
About $71,000 for each player in the Super Bowl win.
Shaun Alexander of the Seattle Seahawks won the National Football League rushing title in 2005 with 1,880 yards on 370 carries. The Seahawks went on to lose Super Bowl XL to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tom Brady of the New England Patriots was the last player to win the Super Bowl MVP award more than once. He won for his performances in Super Bowl XXXVI and XXXVIII.
Dexter Jackson - a safety for Tampa Bay in Super Bowl 37.
Super Bowl XXXIII (33) was the last Super bowl the Denver Broncos won. That Super Bowl occured in 1999.