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    Tony G should be in that list but some of those players lost 3 and 4 straight super bowls so that's pretty bad.

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    I'm gonna try and guess some before I look!

    OJ Simpson
    (controversial figure, they may not list him, though he was a great RB w/o a Super Bowl ring)
    Jim Kelly
    Barry Sanders
    Dick Butkus
    Dan Marino
    Bruce Smith
    (I didn't know Bruce didn't have a SB ring till I heard it noted attending the HOF Ceremonies...Bruce was inducted this past year along with DT)

    Derrick Thomas (how can I not include him!)

    I can't think of any more, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieChiefsFan View Post
    NFL Videos: Without a ring

    Tony G should be in that list but some of those players lost 3 and 4 straight super bowls so that's pretty bad.
    Nah, they're considering past players...retired or deceased. Tony G is an active player in the NFL, therefore still has an opportunity to win a ring prior to his career ending.

    Jim Kelly and Dan Marino are easy to guess, cause the sports media reminds often of their being great QB's but no SB ring.

    In my opinion...Derrick should be on that list too!

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    Im going to be as unbiased as i can. Being this is a Chief forum we should consider him not being a chief. And in that case........


    Dan Marino hands down.

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    Since were on the subject of saying players who should have a ring, I think Trent Green deserves one. That guy put so much effort, and was up with the top dogs like Manning for a few years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Since were on the subject of saying players who should have a ring, I think Trent Green deserves one. That guy put so much effort, and was up with the top dogs like Manning for a few years.
    I think he got one from the rams. I could be wrong on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    I think he got one from the rams. I could be wrong on that.
    As a backup on IR.

    That's technically not fair cause he didn't earn it.

    Just like Priest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    As a backup on IR.

    That's technically not fair cause he didn't earn it.

    Just like Priest.
    Did you know that Trent doesn't wear his Super Bowl ring from the Rams, because he says he didn't earn it? I disagree however.

    Green was the starting QB until he became injured in the pre-season...not his fault he was injured & out for the remainder of that season. It was a typical dirty hit by Rodney Harrison. Nor was it his fault that Warner excelled to the point of taking Trent's starting position away while he was injured.

    Trent contributed in every way he could supporting the Rams as a team member while he was injured. He helped mentor Warner that season during practice, studying game plans, and from the sidelines. Warner was basically a rookie in the NFL taking over for Trent when he did, having never played in the NFL.

    Green had played well the season before as the Redskins starter, and was playing impressively during that pre-season. There was much developed talent on the Rams team, including Marshall Faulk. Green had the potential to lead that Rams team to the SB.

    All that said, the most important reason I feel Trent earned his SB Ring without playing...is Green sacrificed his knee to the Rams. He under-went 6 painful knee surgeries, hours of painful rehabilitation, and all the while Helped & watched an unknown QB lead his team to the Super Bowl...that had to be emotionally hard, and a sacrifice in itself.

    Below is an article I found related.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connie Jo View Post
    Did you know that Trent doesn't wear his Super Bowl ring from the Rams, because he says he didn't earn it? I disagree however.

    Green was the starting QB until he became injured in the pre-season...not his fault he was injured & out for the remainder of that season. It was a typical dirty hit by Rodney Harrison. Nor was it his fault that Warner excelled to the point of taking Trent's starting position away while he was injured.

    Trent contributed in every way he could supporting the Rams as a team member while he was injured. He helped mentor Warner that season during practice, studying game plans, and from the sidelines. Warner was basically a rookie in the NFL taking over for Trent when he did, having never played in the NFL.

    Green had played well the season before as the Redskins starter, and was playing impressively during that pre-season. There was much developed talent on the Rams team, including Marshall Faulk. Green had the potential to lead that Rams team to the SB.

    All that said, the most important reason I feel Trent earned his SB Ring without playing...is Green sacrificed his knee to the Rams. He under-went 6 painful knee surgeries, hours of painful rehabilitation, and all the while Helped & watched an unknown QB lead his team to the Super Bowl...that had to be emotionally hard, and a sacrifice in itself.

    Below is an article I found related.
    I would not only be wearing it I would tell any chick around how I threw for 10 td passes in that game and just pray she does not watch any football at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Since were on the subject of saying players who should have a ring, I think Trent Green deserves one. That guy put so much effort, and was up with the top dogs like Manning for a few years.
    Trent does have a Super Bowl Ring from being the Rams QB. He was the starting Rams QB prior to Warner taking over when Green was injured. Warner of course did so well, he continued starting even after Green's injury healed, went on to take the Rams to a SB.

    Green should've had a SB Ring from the Chiefs 2003 season at least...we lacked major defense & it it cost us a SB in 2003.

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