Special Report

Players With the Most Super Bowl Rings

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19. Mel Blount
> Rings: 4
> Position, team(s): Defensive back: Pittsburgh Steelers
> Years active: 1970-1983
> Accolades: 5x Pro Bowl, 2x All-Pro, 1 Defensive Player of the Year, Hall of Fame

Mel Blount was one of three consecutive Steelers to take home the Defensive Player of the Year award during the 1970s. Blount won it in 1975, when he led the NFL with 11 interceptions (he was preceded by Joe Greene and followed by Jack Lambert). Blount had an important interception in both Super Bowl IX and Super Bowl XIII to help the Steelers pull out the victory in close games.

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18. Bill Romanowski
> Rings: 4
> Position, team(s): Linebacker: San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos
> Years active: 1988-2003
> Accolades: 2x Pro Bowl

Bill Romanowski’s playing career was filled with controversial and sometimes violent incidents. But it was also filled with success. Romanowski won back-to-back titles with the San Francisco 49ers in the 1988 and 1989 seasons, as well as with the Denver Broncos in 1997 and 1998.

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17. Mike Wagner
> Rings: 4
> Position, team(s): Defensive back: Pittsburgh Steelers
> Years active: 1971-1980
> Accolades: 2x Pro Bowl

Playing at the back end of Pittsburgh’s Steel Curtain defense, Mike Wagner made sure opposing quarterbacks couldn’t throw over the top. Wagner had crucial interceptions in Super Bowls IX and X.

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16. Dwight White
> Rings: 4
> Position, team(s): Defensive end: Pittsburgh Steelers
> Years active: 1971-1980
> Accolades: 2x Pro Bowl

Though Dwight White is sometimes overshadowed by the Hall of Fame players on the Pittsburgh Steelers defense, he always brought his ‘A’ game to the Super Bowl. He recorded a safety in Super Bowl IX, two sacks in Super Bowl X, one sack in Super Bowl XIII, and a tackle for loss in Super Bowl XIV.

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15. Randy Grossman
> Rings: 4
> Position, team(s): Tight end: Pittsburgh Steelers
> Years active: 1974-1981
> Accolades: n/a

Early in his career, Randy Grossman was a seldom-used tight end for the Steelers, though he did catch a touchdown pass in Super Bowl X — his only catch of the game. He developed into a good target for Terry Bradshaw, posting a career-high 37 catches and 448 yards in the 1978 season.