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What player has the been on the most winning Super Bowl teams?

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2011-09-13 11:52:17
2011-09-13 11:52:17

Charles Haley was a member of three Cowboy teams and 2 san Fran teams for a total of 5 Super Bowl winning teams.

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Yes, as a player Shell was a member of the Super Bowl XI and Super Bowl XV winning teams.

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Charles Haley played on the most winning Super Bowl teams, with San Francisco, XXIII-XXIV; Dallas, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX according to Superbowl.com

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Charles Haley has five Super Bowl rings. He is the only player in NFL history to play on five winning Super Bowl teams.

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Not exactly. Conference champs get rings as well and a trophySB winners get 150 rings and the Lombardi trophy for keeps

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No one. Matt Millen is the only player to have been on three Super Bowl championship teams winning two with the Raiders, and one each with San Francisco and Washington.

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The Giants players got 75,000$ each for winning the Super Bowl.

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DE/LB Charles Haley has been on more Super Bowl winning teams than any other player in NFL History. Haley was a member of five Super Bowl winning teams, two with the San Francisco 49ers and three with the Dallas Cowboys. with SF - Super Bowls XXIII & XXIV with Dal - Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII & XXX

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I count 11 franchises with non-animal names which have won the Super Bowl.

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The Cowboys and Broncos, with the Cowboys winning 27-10.

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Winning SB champs get approx 150 rings with their custom design. Takes 4 months to produceConference champions get a ring and trophy

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Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers played in Super Bowl XXX, with the Cowboys winning 27-17.

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A hundred thousand per player

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As of the start of the 2007 season, that would be kicker Adam Vinatieri of the Indianapolis Colts. He has been a member of 4 Super Bowl winning teams, three with the Patriots and one with the Colts.

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No, he got it for winning Super Bowl MVP.

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In Super Bowl I (1967) each player on the Green Bay Packers got $15,000 for winning the Super Bowl.

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Besides winning the famous Vince Lombardi Trophy, the winning team of the Super Bowl gets a serious cash bonus. Under the NFL's current agreement with the players, each player will get $88,000 for winning the Super Bowl. This agreement will expire in 2012.

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Yes they do. The loosing team from the Super Bowl receives a Super Bowl ring as well, but it is half the cost of the winning Super Bowl team's Super Bowl ring. Many players choose not to wear those rings, because it symbolizes defeat.

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Yes they do. The loosing team from the Super Bowl receives a Super Bowl ring as well, but it is half the cost of the winning Super Bowl team's Super Bowl ring. Many players choose not to wear those rings, because it symbolizes defeat.

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By winning the Super Bowl.

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Jim McMahon won a Super Bowl as the quarterback of the 1985 Chicago Bears. He later was on a winning Super Bowl team as Brett Favre's backup in Green Bay in Super Bowl XXXI.


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