Activities Sports & Athletics Players Who Have Won Super Bowls with More Than One Team Share PINTEREST Email Print David Madison / Getty Images Sports & Athletics Football Basics Playing & Coaching Best of Football Plays & Formations College Football Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More by James Alder James Alder is an expert on the game of American football, blogs for The New York Times, and appears on radio shows. Updated November 04, 2019 In football circles, you might hear the term, "Super Bowl curse," floating around. It usually refers to Super Bowl teams that follow up with a less than stellar performance the next year or do not repeat as Super Bowl champions. Whether this jinx is common or not, the jinx has no bearing on the players who have proven statistically: they are not cursed. More than 40 players have gone on to amass multiple super bowl rings with more than one team. The following lists highlights those amazing hex-free players. An asterisk* denotes that the player did not play the game, in most cases, due to injuries. Players With Four Super Bowl Rings Name Position First Team (Super Bowl) Subsequent Teams (Super Bowl) Marv Fleming TE Green Bay (I, II) Miami (VII, VIII) Charles Haley LB/DE San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV) Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII) Ted Hendricks LB Baltimore (V) Oakland/LA Raiders (XI, XV, XVIII) Matt Millen LB Oakland/LA Raiders (XV, XVIII) San Francisco (XXIV), Washington (XXVI) Earl Morrall QB Baltimore (III, V) Miami (VII, VIII) Bill Romanowski LB San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV) Denver (XXXII, XXX) Adam Vinatieri K New England (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX) Indianapolis (XLI) Players With Three Super Bowl Rings Name Position First Team/Super Bowl Subsequent Team/Super Bowl Herb Adderly CB Green Bay (I, II) Dallas (VI) Forrest Gregg OT Green Bay (I, II) Dallas (VI*) Derek Loville RB San Francisco (XXIX) Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Jim Mandich TE Miami (VII, VIII) Pittsburgh (XIII) Charles Mann DE Washington (XXII, XXVI) San Francisco (XXIX) Ed McCaffrey WR San Francisco (XXIX) Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Tim McKyer CB San Francisco (XXIII, XXIV) Denver (XXXII) Ken Norton LB Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII) San Francisco (XXIX) Bart Oates C New York Giants (XXI, XXV) San Francisco (XXIX) Mark Schlereth G Washington (XXVI) Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Shannon Sharpe TE Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Baltimore (XXXV) Harry Swayne OT Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) Baltimore (XXXV) Keith Traylor DT Denver (XXXII, XXXIII) New England (XXXIX) Players with Two Super Bowl Rings Name Position First Team/Super Bowl Subsequent Team/Super Bowl Matt Bahr K Pittsburgh (XIV) New York Giants (XXV) Robert Bailey CB Dallas (XXX) Baltimore (XXXV) Jim Burt DT New York Giants (XXI) San Francisco (XXIV) Matt Cavanaugh QB San Francisco (XIX*) New York Giants (XXV*) Bill Curry C Green Bay (I) Baltimore (V) Billy Davis WR Dallas (XXX) Baltimore XXXV Richard Dent DE Chicago (XX) San Francisco (XXIX) Dedrick Dodge S San Francisco (XXIX*) Denver (XXXII) Dave Duerson S Chicago (XX) New York Giants (XXV) Andy Frederick OT Dallas (XII) Chicago (XX) Hubert Ginn RB Miami (VII) Oakland (XI) Kenny Hill S LA Raiders (XXVIII) New York Giants (XXI) Wilbur Marshall LB Chicago (XX) Washington (XXVI) Peyton Manning QB Indianapolis (XLI) Denver (L) Jim McMahon QB Chicago (XX) Green Bay (XXXI*) Marcus Nash WR Denver (XXXIII) Baltimore (XXXV*) Elvis Patterson CB New York Giants (XXI) Dallas (XXVIII) Preston Pearson RB Pittsburgh (IX) Dallas (XII) Gloster Richardson WR Kansas City (IV) Dallas (VI*) Jeff Rutledge QB New York Giants (XXI) Washington (XXVI) Deion Sanders CB San Francisco (XXIX) Dallas (XXX) David Stalls DE/DT Dallas (XII) LA Raiders (XVIII) Adam Timmerman G Green Bay (XXXI) St. Louis (XXXIV) Continue Reading How Does the NFL Break a Tie in the Standings? Which Players and Coaches Have Won Super Bowls in Both Roles? The Super Bowl's Youngest and Oldest Players and Coaches How Many NFL Champions Since 1920 Can You Name? The Complete Guide to Football Terminology What's the Best Strategy for Creating Your Five-Man Bowling Lineup? How Many People Have Attended the Super Bowl Since It Began? NFL Legends Profile: Chuck Howley How Well Do You Know the Super Bowl? What You Need to Know to Get Started in Fantasy Football Remembering Super Bowl I: Who Played, Who Won and Other Details The Amazing, Stupendous Golf Life and Accomplishments of Tiger Woods NFL's Top 5 Father-Son Combinations Who Were the Starting Quarterbacks in Every Super Bowl? Earl Campbell: NFL Legend How Does the NFL Determine the Draft Order?