He was inducted into the Broncos' Hall of Fame. During his career with the Eagles, Dolphins, and Packers, he was a six-time Pro Bowl tight end. He was a part of the Green Bay Packers' championship team in Super Bowl XXXI. In that game, he had three catches for 44 yards and two touchdowns.
In total, Bo Jackson won ten National Football League (NFL) championships. He also won three World Series rings as a member of the Detroit Tigers. His overall record is 21-5 with one loss during playoffs.
A football player's career is usually measured in years, but some remain controversial even after they've retired. One such player is Bo Jackson. Even after he finished playing professional football, questions about his death continued to emerge.
What, two Super Bowls? He was picked in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints after playing collegiate football at Purdue. He also played for the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots, with whom he won two Super Bowls. His career sack number is 35.
Ninkovich didn't just play in two Super Bowls, he dominated in both games. In fact, he is one of only four players who have ever won consecutive Super Bowls with different teams (Earl Bakken and Don Hutson of the NFL Championship Game winning Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers respectively are the others). And like Bakken and Hutson, Ninkovich didn't just help his team to victory, he was a primary reason why they could compete against top-of-the-league offenses such as New England's multiple-time scoring champion Tom Brady or San Francisco's dual-threat quarterback Alex Smith.
In New England's 24-21 win over Atlanta in Super Bowl LI, Ninkovich was credited with one sack on Matt Ryan, but the official box score shows him with another takedown during that same game. Either way, he has now won two Super Bowls with two different teams and is a worthy winner of this year's Dan Marino Award which goes to the player who is most valuable to his team during the postseason.
"LT" knows a thing or two about titles. During his 12-year NFL career, he won two Super Bowls (XXI and XXV) and was named to the Pro Bowl ten times. In 1986, he was selected MVP, the same year he led the league in sacks.
Here are the other players who have won Super Bowl MVP: Darrell Green (1979), John Riggins (1983), Bruce Smith (1994). The only other player to win multiple Super Bowls is Joe Namath (II and III).
In conclusion, LT was one of the best defensive tackles in NFL history and has a chance to be considered for the top spot. He played from 1976 to 1993 and finished with 126.5 sacks.
Three Super Bowl victories He was a talented defensive end and linebacker who was named to the Pro Bowl in 1996 and 2003. During his 12-year tenure, he guided the Patriots to nine winning seasons, six division wins, four conference championships, and three Super Bowl victories. In addition to his work on the field, McGinest made an impact off it as well, being named one of the top 50 players in New England sports history by ESPN in 2005.
He finished his career with 209/– tackles and 21/– sacks.
Willie McGinest played in three Super Bowl victories with the Patriots. He was a three-time first-team All-Pro selection and two-time winner of the Ed Block Courage Award from the NFL Foundation. A member of the Patriots Hall of Fame, he retired after the 2004 season having made more than 100 appearances during his 12-year career with New England.
McGinest started his professional football career in 1990 as a rookie free agent with the New York Giants. He spent three seasons with them before moving back home to Massachusetts where he joined the Patriots in 1993. He won two Super Bowl titles during his time in New England (2001, 2002).
In 1995, McGinest led all rookies with 9/– sacks and was second among all players with 14/– tackles for loss.
There were four Super Bowls. Millen was a member of the National Football League's Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and Washington Redskins. During his 12-year NFL career, he was a member of four Super Bowl-winning teams, receiving a Super Bowl ring for each of the three teams he was a member of. His first two rings came with the Raiders, in 2002 and 2003; his last two came with the 49ers in 2011 and 2012.
Millen was drafted by the Raiders in first round (eighth pick overall) of the 1990 NFL Draft. He played offensive tackle for them from 1990 to 1995 before being traded to the 49ers for quarterback Jeff Hostetler. He started all 16 games at right guard for the 49ers in 1996 and finished second on the team with 39 tackles. After one season with the Redskins, he retired after twelve seasons in the NFL.
In January 2016, it was reported that Millen had been hired by the Detroit Lions as a consultant. He will be paid $250,000 per year for two years.
He is also an analyst for NBC Sports Bay Area and Westwood One radio networks.
Millen has been criticized for having never won a Super Bowl during his time as a player or a coach. However, he did receive credit for helping bring back the Raiders when no other team would hire him.