NFL Players with Most Super Bowl Wins
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NFL Players with Most Super Bowl Wins

For most players, winning a Super Bowl is the ultimate goal. Many players never reach this goal, but every season a select group of 50 plus players end their season as World Champions. Some guys are a little luckier than others, winning enough rings to fill an entire hand. Here are the NFL players with the most Super Bowl rings (wins).

Getting to the Super Bowl game is the ultimate experience for an NFL player. It's the objective every player has in mind as they strap on their helmet at the beginning of each season. But every year, that dream comes true for just two teams, and only one of those clubs will earn the right to call themselves Super Bowl champions. Many players will go their entire careers without earning a Super Bowl shot. These are the fortunate ones, though. What follows is a list of the players with the most Super Bowl titles in NFL history.

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    Six: Tom Brady

    In 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, Brady rewrote the NFL playoff record book. He set marks for the most Super Bowls played (nine) and won (six). He was a four-time Super Bowl MVP.

    Brady is also just one of two to win the Super Bowl in his first season as a starting quarterback. With a 30-11 postseason record, he holds the NFL marks for most playoff game appearances and victories.

    Five: Charles Haley

    Defensive end Haley was the first player to win five Super Bowl rings. He won two Super Bowls with the San Francisco 49ers and three with the Dallas Cowboys He was a starter in all five games.

    Haley was a five-time Pro Bowl selection. He recorded a record 4.5 sacks in his five Super Bowl wins. Haley was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2015.


    A total of 39 NFL players have won four Super Bowl rings. What follows is a list of Hall of Famers and other players with unique Super Bowl achievements worthy of making the cut on this massive list.

    Mel Blount

    Among 22 players who won four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers between 1974-80, Blount was a five-time Pro Bowl cornerback.

    He led the NFL with 11 interceptions in 1975 and picked off at least one pass in each of his 14 NFL campaigns. Blount was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989.

    Terry Bradshaw

    Bradshaw was the first QB to win four Super Bowls. He was 4-0 in the big game with Pittsburgh.

    The 1989 Hall of Fame selection still rates fourth in Super Bowl history in passer rating (112.8) and third in TD passes (nine).

    Marv Fleming

    The first player to win four Super Bowl rings was tight end Fleming. He played in and won the first two Super Bowls as a member of the Green Bay Packers.

    Moving on to the Miami Dolphins, Fleming became the first player to appear in three successive Super Bowls as a member of the Dolphins, winning in each of his last two appearances for Miami. He was the first player to earn Super Bowl titles with two different teams.

    Joe Greene

    Defensive tackle Mean Joe Greene was a fearsome star of Pittsburgh's Steel Curtain defence. He was a two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year and a 10-time Pro Bowl selection.

    During Pittsburgh's first Super Bowl win over the Minnesota Vikings, Greene recorded an interception, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery. Greene was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987.

    Franco Harris

    He was MVP of Super Bowl IX, the first of his four wins with the Steelers. Harris still holds the Super Bowl career rushing mark of 354 yards.

    He ran for four TDs in Super Bowl play, second on the all-time list. Harris was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1990.

    Jack Ham

    Considered perhaps the greatest outside linebacker in NFL history, Ham was a four-time Super Bowl champ with Pittsburgh.

    Enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1988, Ham's 53 takeaways are the most in NFL history by a non-defensive back. His 32 interceptions rank him 3rd all time among linebackers.

    Ted Hendricks

    The Stork, as Hendricks was known, was a Super Bowl V winner with the Baltimore Colts. He'd win a trio of Super Bowl rings with the Raiders - two in Oakland and one after the team relocated to Los Angeles.

    A 1990 Pro Football Hall of Fame selection, Hendricks started 251 consecutive games and blocked 25 kicks.

    Jack Lambert

    His toothless snarl was the epitome of Pittsburgh's Steel Curtain defence. Lambert was the Steelers starting middle linebacker for all 11 of his NFL seasons and for four Super Bowl wins.

    The Hall of Famer was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1974 and NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1976.

    Ronnie Lott

    A 2000 Hall of Fame selection, cornerback Lott won four Super Bowls with the 49ers.

    He intercepted seven passes as a rookie, returning three for TDs.

    Matt Millen

    Linebacker Millen was the only player to spread his four Super Bowl wins across three teams.

    He won twice with the Raiders, once with the 49ers and once with Washington.

    Joe Montana

    Montana was 4-0 in Super Bowls, all wins with the 49ers. He was a three-time Super Bowl MVP.

    His 127.8 passer rating is an all-time Super Bowl record and Montana's 11 TD passes are second all-time.

    Lynn Swann

    Swann's leaping TD reception over Dallas DB Mark Washington was considered the turning point in Super Bowl X. Swann was MVP of that game.

    The Hall of Famer won four Super Bowls with Pittsburgh.

    Adam Vinatieri

    The only kicker with four Super Bowl rings, Vinatieri won three with New England and one with Indianapolis.

    He's the only kicker to twice win the Super Bowl on final-play game-winning field goals.

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