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Old 06-01-2006   #1
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Default Who on the Texans have a Super Bowl Ring?

All I can think of are Antowain Smith and Gary Kubiak.... are their others?
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Flannagan does too.
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Jamel Cook does from Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2002
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Having these different Super Bowls represented must make the rest of the players hungery.
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The years kinda blur together, the ravens won the supperbowl I think in 2001, so if he was there for five years?
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Since we're including coaches...

Mike Sherman and Johnny Holland (LB Coach) have one from the Packers

Brian Pariani (TE Coach) maybe has three. Two with the Broncos and I think one with the 49er's.

Dan Riley (Strength Coach) has three from his time with the Redskins.
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Does Gary Kubiak?
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Super Bowl experience on the Texans:

Players:
Tony Banks did before he departed this offseason (2000 Ravens).
Mark Bruener went to a Super Bowl with the Steelers in 1995 (lost to the Cowboys).
Jameel Cook has one championship (2002 Buccaneers).
Mike Flanagan was on IR for the 1996 Packers that won a Super Bowl.
N.D. Kalu played in the 2004 Super Bowl with the Eagles (lost to Patriots).
Ephraim Salaam played in the 1998 Super Bowl with the Falcons (lost to Broncos).
Antowain Smith has two with the 2001 & 2003 Patriots.

Coaches:
Gary Kubiak has one from the 1994 49ers (QB coach) and two with the Broncos (1997 & 1998 as OC for the Broncos).
Mike Sherman went to one Super Bowl with the Packers (1997 as TEs/assistant OLine coach, lost to Broncos in Super Bowl).
Martin Bayless (asst. DBacks coach) went to the 2003 Super Bowl as the defensive assistant for the Panthers.
Johnny Holland (LBs coach) won one Super Bowl (1996) and went to another (1997) as the defensive quality control coach of the Packers.
Brian Pariani (TEs coach) won on Super Bowl (1994) as the offensive coaching assistant of the 49ers and won two more (1997 & 1998) as the TEs coach of the Broncos.

So we have 4 Super Bowl championships and another 3 Super Bowl appearances among players, then our coaches won 7 Super Bowls and appeared in 3 more.
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Since we're including coaches...

Mike Sherman and Johnny Holland (LB Coach) have one from the Packers

Brian Pariani (TE Coach) maybe has three. Two with the Broncos and I think one with the 49er's.

Dan Riley (Strength Coach) has three from his time with the Redskins.

Is Johnny Holland from Houston? I heard him speak once. He's pretty sharp.
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Hempstead. Member of the famous wrecking crew LB corps at A&M.

A couple other guys recently released by the Texans who played in a Super Bowl - against each other - were Junior Ioane (Oakland) and Todd Washington (Bucs).. Sharper played with Banks in 2000.

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Super Bowl experience on the Texans:

Players:
Tony Banks did before he departed this offseason (2000 Ravens).
Mark Bruener went to a Super Bowl with the Steelers in 1995 (lost to the Cowboys).
Jameel Cook has one championship (2002 Buccaneers).
Mike Flanagan was on IR for the 1996 Packers that won a Super Bowl.
N.D. Kalu played in the 2004 Super Bowl with the Eagles (lost to Patriots).
Ephraim Salaam played in the 1998 Super Bowl with the Falcons (lost to Broncos).
Antowain Smith has two with the 2001 & 2003 Patriots.

Coaches:
Gary Kubiak has one from the 1994 49ers (QB coach) and two with the Broncos (1997 & 1998 as OC for the Broncos).
Mike Sherman went to one Super Bowl with the Packers (1997 as TEs/assistant OLine coach, lost to Broncos in Super Bowl).
Martin Bayless (asst. DBacks coach) went to the 2003 Super Bowl as the defensive assistant for the Panthers.
Johnny Holland (LBs coach) won one Super Bowl (1996) and went to another (1997) as the defensive quality control coach of the Packers.
Brian Pariani (TEs coach) won on Super Bowl (1994) as the offensive coaching assistant of the 49ers and won two more (1997 & 1998) as the TEs coach of the Broncos.

So we have 4 Super Bowl championships and another 3 Super Bowl appearances among players, then our coaches won 7 Super Bowls and appeared in 3 more.
That makes our coaches look like gods...why don't you add Texans in '06
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