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Other Super Bowl MVPs: Where are they now?

Other Super MVPs:

Where are they now?

III. QB Joe Namath, New York Jets (published autobiography, Namath, 2006; earned bachelor's degree from Alabama 2007)

IV. QB Len Dawson, Kansas City (analyst for Chiefs broadcast team)

V. LB Chuck Howley, Dallas (raises quarter horses in Dallas)

VI. QB Roger Staubach, Dallas (executive chairman, The Staubach Co., a leading global real estate firm)

VII. S Jake Scott, Miami (living in seclusion in Hawaii)

IX. RB Franco Harris, Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania businessman, owns the Super Bakery)

X. WR Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh (national spokesman for Boys and Girls Club of America, former Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate 2006)

XI. WR Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland (former FSU standout retired in 2007 as receivers coach of Raiders after 18-year career with team).

XII. DT Randy White, DE Harvey Martin, Dallas (White runs Randy White's Hall of Fame Barbecue & Grill in Dallas area; Martin died of pancreatic cancer in 2001 at 51)

XIII. QB Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh (commentator for Fox NFL Sunday)

XIV. QB Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh

XV. QB Jim Plunkett, Oakland (Raiders postgame radio show and other Raiders TV shows)

XVI. QB Joe Montana, San Francisco (raises horses, produces Montagia wine)

XVIII. RB Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders (spokesman for sports Internet site

XIX. QB Joe Montana, San Francisco

XX. DE Richard Dent, Chicago (runs Make-A-Dent Foundation to help children)

XXI. QB Phil Simms, New York Giants (CBS football analyst)

XXIII. WR Jerry Rice, San Francisco (co-hosts Sports Sunday in the San Francisco Bay area, Dancing With the Stars finalist 2005-06.)

XXIV. QB Joe Montana, San Francisco

XXVI. QB Mark Rypien, Washington (devoting life to Rypien Foundation, inspired by his son Andrew, who died at 3 of a brain tumor; organization helps families dealing with childhood cancer)

XXVII. QB Troy Aikman, Dallas (FOX commentator)

XXVIII. RB Emmitt Smith, Dallas XXI (former Florida standout an analyst on ESPN SportsCenter and Monday Night Countdown; won Dancing With the Stars 2006)

XXIX. QB Steve Young, San Francisco (ESPN analyst)

XXX. CB Larry Brown, Dallas (football co-host for Cowboys radio network)

XXXI. KR Desmond Howard, Green Bay (college football analyst, ESPN)

XXXII. RB Terrell Davis, Denver (analyst NFL Network)

XXXIII. QB John Elway, Denver (restaurant owner in Denver, businessman)

XXXIV. QB Kurt Warner, St. Louis (led Arizona to Super Bowl XLIII today)

XXXV. LB Ray Lewis, Baltimore (active)

XXXVI. QB Tom Brady, New England (active, rehabbing injured knee)

XXXVII. S Dexter Jackson, Tampa Bay (active with Bengals in 2008)

XXXVIII. QB Tom Brady, New England

XXXIX. WR Deion Branch, New England (active with Seahawks)

XL. WR Hines Ward, Pittsburgh (playing in Super Bowl XLIII today)

XLI. QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (active)

XLII. QB Eli Manning, New York Giants (active)

Other Super Bowl MVPs: Where are they now? 01/31/09 [Last modified: Saturday, January 31, 2009 10:48pm]
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