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What father and son own more Super Bowl rings than any other two players in the NFL?

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2007-07-15 02:49:33
2007-07-15 02:49:33

That distinction would go to Bob Griese and son Brian. Bob won two Super Bowls with Miami (VII & VIII) and Brian won one with Denver (XXXIII).

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