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As of the start of the 2007 season, six players have played in the Super Bowl with three different teams:

1) Joe Jurevicius - Buccaneers, Giants, Seahawks

2) Rod Woodson - Steelers, Ravens, Raiders

3) Bill Romanowski - Broncos, Raiders, 49ers

4) Matt Millen - Raiders, 49ers, Redskins

5) Preston Pearson - Colts, Steelers, Cowboys

6) Harry Swayne - Chargers, Broncos, Ravens

Millen is the only player to have won three Super Bowls with three different teams.

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There are many players that have been to a Super Bowl with at least 2 different teams. Here's a few: Including players in Super Bowl XLIII Feb. 1, 2009 Stephen Spach- New England (XLII), Arizona (XLIII) Jerome Collins- Indianapolis (XLI), N.Y. Giants (XLII) Brian St. Pierre- Pittsburgh (XL), Arizona (XLIII) Sean Morey- Pittsburgh (XL), Arizona (XLIII) Jermane Tuman- Pittsburgh (XL), Arizona (XLIII) Clark Haggans- Pittsburgh (XL), Arizona (XLIII) Jerheme Urban- Seattle (XL), Arizona (XLIII) Corey Simon- Philadelphia (XXXIX), Indianapolis (XLI) Roderick Hood- Philadelphia (XXXIX), Arizona (XLII) Matt Ware- Philadelphia (XXXIX), Arizona (XLIII) Rodney Bailey- New England (XXXIX), Seattle (XL) Dan Klecko- New England (XXXVIII, XXXIX), Indianapolis (XLI) Dexter Reid- New England (XXXIX), Indianapolis (XLI) Mushin Muhammad- Carolina (XXXVIII), Chicago (XLI) Dante Wesley- Carolina (XXXVIII), Chicago (XLI) Ricky Manning, Jr.- Carolina (XXXVIII), Chicago (XLI) John Howell- Tampa Bay (XXXVII), Seattle (XL) Chuck Darby- Tampa Bay (XXXVII), Seattle (XL) Anthony "Booger" McFarland- Tampa Bay (XXXVII), Indianapolis (XLI) Jon Ritchie- Oakland (XXXVII), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Don Davis- St. Louis (XXXVI), New England (XXXVIII, XXXIX) Roland Williams- St. Louis (XXXIV), Oakland (XXXVII) Matt Willig- St. Louis (XXXIV), Carolina (XXXVIII) Grant Wistrom- St. Louis (XXXIV, XXXVI), Seattle (XL) Ricky Prohel- St. Louis (XXXIV, XXXVI), Carolina (XXXVIII), Indianapolis (XLI) Fred Miller- St. Louis (XXXIV), Chicago (XLI) Kurt Warner- St. Louis (XXXIV, XXXVI), Arizona (XLIII) Terrance Shaw- New England (XXXVI), Oakland (XXXVII) Jermaine Wiggins- New England (XXXVI), Carolina (XXXVIII) Grey Reugemer- New England (XXXVI), N.Y. Giants (XLII) Lomas Brown- N.Y. Giants (XXXV), Tampa Bay (XXXVII) Dhani Jones- N.Y. Giants (XXXV), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Joe Jurevicius- N.Y. Giants (XXXV), Tampa Bay (XXXVII), Seattle (XL) Brad Maynard- N.Y. Giants (XXXV), Chicago (XLI) Ralph Brown- N.Y. Giants (XXXV), Arizona (XLIII) O.J. Brigance- Baltimore (XXXV), St. Louis (XXXVI) Kim Herring- Baltimore (XXXV), St. Louis (XXXVI) Sam Adams- Baltimore (XXXV), Oakland (XXXVII) Jeff Mitchell- Baltimore (XXXV), Carolina (XXXVIII) Jamie Sharper- Baltimore (XXXV), Seattle (XL) Adalius Thomas- Baltimore (XXXV), New England (XLII) Anthony Dorsett- Tennessee (XXXIV), Oakland (XXXVII) Kevin Dyson- Tennessee (XXXIV), Carolina (XXXVIII) Greg Favors- Tennessee (XXXIV), Carolina (XXXVIII) Jevon Kearse- Tennessee (XXXIV), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Jon Runyan- Tennessee (XXXIV), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Devin Bush- Atlanta (XXXIII), St. Louis (XXXIV, XXXVI) Robbie Tobeck- Atlanta (XXXIII), Seattle (XL) Marcus Nash- Denver (XXXVIII), Baltimore (XXXV) Shannon Sharpe- Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Baltimore (XXXV) Tory James- Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Oakland (XXXVII) Keith Traylor- Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), New England (XXXIX) Nate Wayne- Denver (XXXII), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Tom Rouen- Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Seattle (XL) Brian Griese- Denver (XXXIII), Chicago (XLI) Mike Jones- New England (XXXI), Tennessee (XXXIV) Todd Collins- New England (XXXI), St. Louis (XXXIV) Ben Coates- New England (XXXI), Baltimore (XXXV) Sam Gash- New England (XXXI), Baltimore (XXXV) Tom Tupa- New England (XXXI), Tampa Bay (XXXVII) Mike Bartrum- New England (XXXI), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Adam Vinatieri- New England (XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX), Indianapolis (XLI) Eugene Robinson- Green Bay (XXXI, XXXII), Atlanta (XXXIII) Seth Joyner- Green Bay (XXXII), Denver (XXXIII) Adam Timmerman- Green Bay (XXXI, XXXII), St. Louis (XXXIV, XXXVI) Craig Hentrich- Green Bay (XXXI, XXXII), Tennessee (XXXIV) Dorsey Levens- Green Bay (XXXI, XXXII), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Jeff Thomason- Green Bay (XXXI, XXXII), Philadelphia (XXXIX) Ken Norton, Jr.- Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII), San Francisco (XXIX) Robert Bailey- Dallas (XXX), Baltimore (XXXV) Jason Garrett- Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII, XXX), N.Y. Giants (XXXV) Ron Stone- Dallas (XXVIII, XXX), N.Y. Giants (XXXV) Dave Thomas- Dallas (XXVIII), N.Y. Giants (XXXV) Randy Fuller- Pittsburgh (XXX), Atlanta (XXXIII) Neil O'Donnell- Pittsburgh (XXX), Tennessee (XXXIV) Yancey Thigpen- Pittsburgh (XXX), Tennessee (XXXIV) Rod Woodson- Pittsburgh (XXX), Baltimore (XXXV), Oakland (XXXVII) Brentson Buckner- Pittsburgh (XXX), Carolina (XXXVIII) Jim Miller- Pittsburgh (XXX), New England (XXXIX) Deion Sanders- San Francisco (XXIX), Dallas (XXX) Derrick Loville- San Francisco (XXIX), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Ed McCaffery- San Francisco (XXIX), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Amp Lee- San Francisco (XXIX), St. Louis (XXXIV) Johnny Barnes- San Diego (XXIX), Pittsburgh (XXX) Shawn Jefferson- San Diego (XXIX), New England (XXXI) Tony Martin- San Diego (XXIX), Atlanta (XXXIII) Harry Swayne- San Diego (XXIX), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Baltimore (XXXV) Darrien Gordon- San Diego (XXIX), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Oakland (XXXVII) John Parrella- San Diego (XXIX), Oakland (XXXVII) Rodney Harrison- San Diego (XXIX), New England (XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII) Junior Seau- San Diego (XXIX), New England (XLII) Gale Gilbert- Buffalo (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII), San Diego (XXIX) Don Beebe- Buffalo (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII), Green Bay (XXXI) Mike Lodish- Buffalo (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Cornelius Bennett- Buffalo (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII), Atlanta (XXXIII) Glenn Parker- Buffalo (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII), N.Y. Giants (XXXV) Brad Daluiso- Buffalo (XXVI), N.Y. Giants (XXXV) Jerome Henderson- Buffalo (XXXVIII), New England (XXXI) David Meggett- N.Y. Giants (XXV), New England (XXXI) Bob Kratch- N.Y. Giants (XXV), New England (XXXI) Mike Horan- Denver (XXI, XXII, XXIV), St. Louis (XXXIV, XXXVI) Darren Carrington- Denver (XXIV), San Diego (XXIX) Mark Schlerieth- Washington (XXVI), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Charles Mann- Washington (XXII, XXVI), San Francisco (XXIX) Stan Humphries- Washington (XXVI), San Diego (XXIX) Steve Hendrickson- San Francisco (XXIV), San Diego (XXIX) Charles Haley- San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV), Dallas (XXXVII, XXXVIII, XXX) Tim McKyer- San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV), Denver (XXXII) Bill Romanowski- San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV), Denver (XXXII, XXXIII), Oakland (XXXVII) Jerry Rice- San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV, XXIX), Oakland (XXXVII) Jason Buck- Cincinnati (XXIII), Washington (XXXVI) Ray Horton- Cincinnati (XXIII), Dallas (XXVII) Marc Logan- Cincinnati (XXIII), San Francisco (XXIX) Bart Oates- N.Y. Giants (XXI, XXV), San Francisco (XXIX) Jim Burt- N.Y. Giants (XXI), San Francisco (XXIV) Elvis Patterson- N.Y. Giants (XXI), Dallas (XXVIII) William Roberts- N.Y. Giants (XXI, XXV), New England (XXXI) Mark Collins- N.Y. Giants (XXI, XXV), Green Bay (XXXII) Stefan Humphries- Chicago (XX), Denver (XXII) Dave Duerson- Chicago (XX), N.Y. Giants (XXV) Wilbur Marshall- Chicago (XX), Washington (XXXVI) Richard Dent- Chicago (XX), San Francisco (XXIX) Mike Tomczak- Chicago (XX), Pittsburgh (XXX) Jim McMahon- Chicago (XX), Green Bay (XXXI)

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Matt Millen, with the Raiders, 49ers, and Redskins. Charles Haley, I believe, has 5 rings, but with only 2 teams, the 49ers and the Cowboys.

Here's LOTSO trivia about Superbowl rings...Haley is the only player with 5...Ken Norton is the only one to win 3 STRAIGHT Rings.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Bowl_ring

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The Miami Dolphins were the first National Football League team to appear in three consecutive Super Bowls (VI, VII and VIII). They lost in their first appearance, but won the other two games.

The Buffalo Bills appeared in four Super Bowls in a row (XXV, XXVI, XXVII and XXVIII), but never won.

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Packers (won the first 2), Washington Redskins, the Patriots (won 3 in 4 yrs.), and the Giants, also the Oakland Raiders

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Matt Millen, who won with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (Super Bowls XV and XVIII), the San Francisco 49ers (Super Bowl XXIV), and the Washington Redskins (Super Bowl XXVI).

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Joe Jerevicious

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