Players Who Have Won Super Bowls with More Than One Team

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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

NamePositionFirst Team (Super Bowl)Subsequent Teams (Super Bowl)
Marv FlemingTEGreen Bay (I, II)Miami (VII, VIII)
Charles HaleyLB/DESan Francisco (XXIII, XXIV)Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII)
Ted HendricksLBBaltimore (V)Oakland/LA Raiders (XI, XV, XVIII)
Matt MillenLBOakland/LA Raiders (XV, XVIII)San Francisco (XXIV), Washington (XXVI)
Earl MorrallQBBaltimore (III, V)Miami (VII, VIII)
Bill RomanowskiLBSan Francisco (XXIII, XXIV)Denver (XXXII, XXX)
Adam VinatieriKNew England (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX)Indianapolis (XLI)

Players With Three Super Bowl Rings

Name PositionFirst Team/Super BowlSubsequent Team/Super Bowl
Herb AdderlyCBGreen Bay (I, II)Dallas (VI)
Forrest GreggOTGreen Bay (I, II)Dallas (VI*)
Derek LovilleRBSan Francisco (XXIX)Denver (XXXII, XXXIII)
Jim MandichTEMiami (VII, VIII)Pittsburgh (XIII)
Charles MannDEWashington (XXII, XXVI)San Francisco (XXIX)
Ed McCaffreyWRSan Francisco (XXIX)Denver (XXXII, XXXIII)
Tim McKyerCBSan Francisco (XXIII, XXIV)Denver (XXXII)
Ken NortonLBDallas (XXVII, XXVIII)San Francisco (XXIX)
Bart OatesCNew York Giants (XXI, XXV)San Francisco (XXIX)
Mark SchlerethGWashington (XXVI)Denver (XXXII, XXXIII)
Shannon SharpeTEDenver (XXXII, XXXIII)Baltimore (XXXV)
Harry SwayneOTDenver (XXXII, XXXIII)Baltimore (XXXV)
Keith TraylorDTDenver (XXXII, XXXIII)New England (XXXIX)


Players with Two Super Bowl Rings

NamePositionFirst Team/Super BowlSubsequent Team/Super Bowl
Matt BahrKPittsburgh (XIV)New York Giants (XXV)
Robert BaileyCBDallas (XXX)Baltimore (XXXV)
Jim BurtDTNew York Giants (XXI)San Francisco (XXIV)
Matt CavanaughQBSan Francisco (XIX*)New York Giants (XXV*)
Bill CurryCGreen Bay (I)Baltimore (V)
Billy DavisWRDallas (XXX)Baltimore XXXV
Richard DentDEChicago (XX)San Francisco (XXIX)
Dedrick DodgeSSan Francisco (XXIX*)Denver (XXXII)
Dave DuersonSChicago (XX)New York Giants (XXV)
Andy FrederickOTDallas (XII)Chicago (XX)
Hubert GinnRBMiami (VII)Oakland (XI)
Kenny HillSLA Raiders (XXVIII)New York Giants (XXI)
Wilbur MarshallLBChicago (XX)Washington (XXVI)
Peyton ManningQBIndianapolis (XLI)Denver (L)
Jim McMahonQBChicago (XX)Green Bay (XXXI*)
Marcus NashWRDenver (XXXIII)Baltimore (XXXV*)
Elvis PattersonCBNew York Giants (XXI)Dallas (XXVIII)
Preston PearsonRBPittsburgh (IX)Dallas (XII)
Gloster RichardsonWRKansas City (IV)Dallas (VI*)
Jeff RutledgeQBNew York Giants (XXI)Washington (XXVI)
Deion SandersCBSan Francisco (XXIX)Dallas (XXX)
David StallsDE/DTDallas (XII)LA Raiders (XVIII)
Adam TimmermanGGreen Bay (XXXI)St. Louis (XXXIV)