which player has the most super bowl rings

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The Super Bowl ring is an award in the National Football League given to players and coaches of the team that wins the league's annual championship game, the Super Bowl.

These rings are typically made of yellow or white gold with diamonds. They usually include the team name, team logo, and Super Bowl number (usually indicated in Roman numerals). Most of the rings also have larger diamonds or diamonds made into the shape of the trophy, that represent the number of Super Bowls that franchise has won (thus, Pittsburgh's 2005 ring has five trophies, representing the five Super Bowls they have won).

Replicas of the rings for various years are popular collectibles, along with genuine rings. Dave Meggett is known to have placed his ring for sale on eBay.

Most Super Bowl rings
Seven: Neal Dahlen [1]: five with the 49ers (Staff and Player Personnel) and two with the Denver Broncos (General Manager).

Six: Conditioning coach Mike Woicik: three with the Dallas Cowboys and three with the New England Patriots.

Five: Dan Rooney, Dick Hoak, Joe Greene, Charles Haley, Chuck Noll, Bill Belichick, Romeo Crennel, George Seifert, and Pepper Johnson each have five Super Bowl Rings. Rooney won each as an executive with the Pittsburgh Steelers, for which Hoak was running backs coach for all five championships. Also for the Steelers, defensive tackle Greene won four as a player and one as the Steelers' special assistant for player personnel. Linebacker Haley is the only person to win all five as a player: two with the San Francisco 49ers and three with the Cowboys. Chuck Noll acquired four of his rings as a head coach and in Super Bowl XL received one as a team consultant. Bill Belichick gained his five for coaching: two as defensive coordinator of the New York Giants, and three as the head coach of the Patriots. Romeo Crennel 2 with Giants and 3 with the Patriots all being a defensive coach. Pepper Johnson won two as a linebacker for the New York Giants and three as a coach for the New England Patriots. Matt Millen has the most rings from different teams, two with the Oakland Raiders, one with the 49ers, and one with the Washington Redskins.

Four: Twenty-two players, among them Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, Mel Blount, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Gerry Mullins, Rocky Bleier, Donnie Shell, and Mike Webster, each won four Super Bowl rings with the Steelers. The first player to win four Super Bowl rings was tight-end Marv Fleming, who got a pair with the Green Bay Packers in 1966 and 1967, and another pair with the Miami Dolphins in the early 1970s. Joe Montana, Keena Turner, Jesse Sapolu, Eric Wright, Mike Wilson, and Ronnie Lott each won four Super Bowl rings with the 49ers. Kicker Adam Vinatieri won three with the Patriots and one with the Indianapolis Colts. Ted Hendricks won three with the Raiders and one with the Colts. Bill Romanowski won two with the 49ers and two with the Denver Broncos. Coach Charlie Weis won one with the Giants and three with the Patriots.

Three: Among the many football figures with three are Bill Walsh, Eric Mangini, Mike Shanahan, Art Shell, Troy Aikman, Emmit Smith, Steve Young, Michael Irvin, Tom Brady, Troy Brown, Mike Vrabel, Tedy Bruschi, Joe Gibbs, Dave Dalby and Jerry Rice. Ken Norton Jr. is the only player to have been on three Super Bowl-winning teams in a row (19931995).

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