Vols who have Super Bowl rings...

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A total of 40 former Vols have won Super Bowl rings, which is a higher number than I would have guessed.

Jennings has a chance to add his name to the list tonight.

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Bill Anderson1967 Packers
Ron Widby1972 Cowboys
Craig Colquitt1979 & 1980 Steelers
Jack Reynolds1982 & 1985 49ers
Mickey Marvin1981 & 1984 Raiders
Craig Puki1982 49ers
Willie Gault1986 Bears
Raleigh McKenzie1988 & 1992 Redskins
Keith DeLong1990 49ers
Alvin Harper1993 & 1994 Cowboys
Bill Bates1993, 1994 &1996 Cowboys
Cory Fleming1996 Cowboys
Reggie White1997 Packers
Bruce Wilkerson1997 Packers
Marcus Nash1999 Broncos & 2001 Ravens
Trey Teague1999 Broncos
Leonard Little2000 Rams
Jamal Lewis2001 Ravens
Cosey Coleman2003 Buccaneers
Travis Stephens2003 Buccaneers
Cedrick Wilson2006 Steelers
Peyton Manning2007 Colts and 2016 Broncos
Gibril Wilson2008 Giants
Jabari Greer2010 Saints
Robert Meachem2010 Saints
Marvin Mitchell2010 Saints
Chad Clifton2011 Packers
Justin Harrel2011 Packers
Scott Wells2011 Packers
Deon Grant2012 Giants
Jerod Mayo2015 Patriots
Morgan Cox2013 Ravens
Britton Colquitt2016 Broncos
Malik Jackson2016 Broncos
Tony McDaniel2014 Seahawks
Justin Coleman2017 Patriots
Derek Barnett2018 Eagles
Cordarrelle Patterson2019 Patriots
Dustin Colquitt2020 Chiefs
Trey Smith2023 Chiefs

*Leonard Little team corrected. Thanks @Tman44
 
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A total of 40 former Vols have won Super Bowl rings, which is a higher number than I would have guessed.

Jennings has a chance to add his name to the list tonight.

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Bill Anderson1967 Packers
Ron Widby1972 Cowboys
Craig Colquitt1979 & 1980 Steelers
Jack Reynolds1982 & 1985 49ers
Mickey Marvin1981 & 1984 Raiders
Craig Puki1982 49ers
Willie Gault1986 Bears
Raleigh McKenzie1988 & 1992 Redskins
Keith DeLong1990 49ers
Alvin Harper1993 & 1994 Cowboys
Bill Bates1993, 1994 &1996 Cowboys
Cory Fleming1996 Cowboys
Reggie White1997 Packers
Bruce Wilkerson1997 Packers
Marcus Nash1999 Broncos & 2001 Ravens
Trey Teague1999 Broncos
Leonard Little2000 Rams
Jamal Lewis2001 Ravens
Cosey Coleman2003 Buccaneers
Travis Stephens2003 Buccaneers
Cedrick Wilson2006 Steelers
Peyton Manning2007 Colts and 2016 Broncos
Gibril Wilson2008 Giants
Jabari Greer2010 Saints
Robert Meachem2010 Saints
Marvin Mitchell2010 Saints
Chad Clifton2011 Packers
Justin Harrel2011 Packers
Scott Wells2011 Packers
Deon Grant2012 Giants
Jerod Mayo2015 Patriots
Morgan Cox2013 Ravens
Britton Colquitt2016 Broncos
Malik Jackson2016 Broncos
Tony McDaniel2014 Seahawks
Justin Coleman2017 Patriots
Derek Barnett2018 Eagles
Cordarrelle Patterson2019 Patriots
Dustin Colquitt2020 Chiefs
Trey Smith2023 Chiefs

*Leonard Little team corrected. Thanks @Tman44
Or Trey Smith gets another
 
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Lemme guess because of Kappernick lol
Not just Kap. I'm just wore out with the politics and wokeness. The attacks on the blue, military, flag, anthem. By design, NFL brought those in as a feature; then, turned their back. I turn on sports to break away from all that crap. Now it's half the show.

Also, players used to care about youth and the folks responsible for their livelihood. Too many now focus on themselves and the $. They'll walk past a kid with a jersey and a pen seeking an autograph. Didn't used to be that way.
 
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The quality of our winners is what stands out. Peyton winning mvp, Malik scoring a defensive touchdown for the broncos, Reggie getting 3 sacks, Jamal Lewis rushing for 100+ yds as a rookie and being the youngest touchdown scorer in Super Bowl history. So many great performances.
 
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I don't remember Marcus Nash even playing in the NFL, yet he's got 2 rings. Good for him.
 
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Not just Kap. I'm just wore out with the politics and wokeness. The attacks on the blue, military, flag, anthem. By design, NFL brought those in as a feature; then, turned their back. I turn on sports to break away from all that crap. Now it's half the show.

Also, players used to care about youth and the folks responsible for their livelihood. Too many now focus on themselves and the $. They'll walk past a kid with a jersey and a pen seeking an autograph. Didn't used to be that way.
I honestly don't believe any of that is true. Attacks on the military? Give me a break.
 
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I honestly don't believe any of that is true. Attacks on the military? Give me a break.
My comment was in the politicizing of sports. I'll let you do your own search. Try "NFL and military".

I'm just tired of the politics and division. Personally, I like the flag display, anthem (no hats), flyovers (favorite is B1B and F16s). Low enough I can feel the heat of blue afterburners.

I don't like taking a knee, disrespect, or pig socks (Sharpees are cool).

Tonight it's popcorn, beer and Second Hand Lions.
 
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I didnā€™t realize Bill Bates was the only Vol with 3 rings.

Regardless of how you feel about the Chiefs, Trey Smith is the most likely Vol to tie Batesā€™ number of rings. What a story! Almost had to quit football for health reasons and now a 2-time SuperBowl champion.

I have to admit I was pulling for SFO so JJ could get a ring. Not only that but he would have also been MVP.
 
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I didnā€™t realize Bill Bates was the only Vol with 3 rings.

Regardless of how you feel about the Chiefs, Trey Smith is the most likely Vol to tie Batesā€™ number of rings. What a story! Almost had to quit football for health reasons and now a 2-time SuperBowl champion.

I have to admit I was pulling for SFO so JJ could get a ring. Not only that but he would have also been MVP.
McCaffrey would have been MVP
 
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A total of 40 former Vols have won Super Bowl rings, which is a higher number than I would have guessed.

Jennings has a chance to add his name to the list tonight.

View attachment 619127

Bill Anderson1967 Packers
Ron Widby1972 Cowboys
Craig Colquitt1979 & 1980 Steelers
Jack Reynolds1982 & 1985 49ers
Mickey Marvin1981 & 1984 Raiders
Craig Puki1982 49ers
Willie Gault1986 Bears
Raleigh McKenzie1988 & 1992 Redskins
Keith DeLong1990 49ers
Alvin Harper1993 & 1994 Cowboys
Bill Bates1993, 1994 &1996 Cowboys
Cory Fleming1996 Cowboys
Reggie White1997 Packers
Bruce Wilkerson1997 Packers
Marcus Nash1999 Broncos & 2001 Ravens
Trey Teague1999 Broncos
Leonard Little2000 Rams
Jamal Lewis2001 Ravens
Cosey Coleman2003 Buccaneers
Travis Stephens2003 Buccaneers
Cedrick Wilson2006 Steelers
Peyton Manning2007 Colts and 2016 Broncos
Gibril Wilson2008 Giants
Jabari Greer2010 Saints
Robert Meachem2010 Saints
Marvin Mitchell2010 Saints
Chad Clifton2011 Packers
Justin Harrel2011 Packers
Scott Wells2011 Packers
Deon Grant2012 Giants
Jerod Mayo2015 Patriots
Morgan Cox2013 Ravens
Britton Colquitt2016 Broncos
Malik Jackson2016 Broncos
Tony McDaniel2014 Seahawks
Justin Coleman2017 Patriots
Derek Barnett2018 Eagles
Cordarrelle Patterson2019 Patriots
Dustin Colquitt2020 Chiefs
Trey Smith2023 Chiefs

*Leonard Little team corrected. Thanks @Tman44

That is an awesome statistic.
 
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Respectfully, I disagree. JJ was responsible for two scores and keeping drives alive with critical receptions. Not to take anything away from McCaffrey, but JJ was the man for the 49ers.

Edit: No JJ pass, no McCaffery TD reception.
He was definitely worthy of it but McCaffrey had around 30 touches and almost 200 yds
 

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