Louisville Cardinals have won the Super Bowl 27 times. It’s an elite group of former Cardinals that have won football’s biggest game and been awarded Super Bowl rings. Louisville also can boast a Super Bowl MVP, when Deion Branch won the award during Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005. The MVP for Branch was an extension of his 2004 Super Bowl performance when he probably should have been awarded the honor, but instead Tom Brady was chosen.
Tonight, Louisville has an opportunity to add to this list with Greg Scruggs on IR with the Seattle Seahawks.
|2013||2014||Seattle||Breno Giacomini, Greg Scruggs|
|2012||2013||Ravens||Chris Johnson, Anthony Allen|
|2004||2005||Patriots||Deion Branch||Super Bowl MVP|
|2003||2004||Patriots||Deion Branch, Ted Washington|
|2002||2003||Tampa Bay||Roman Oben|
|2000||2001||Ravens||Carl Powell, Chris Redman|
|1987||1988||Redskins||Anthony Copeland, Joe Jacoby, Ed Rubbert|
|1985||1986||Bears||Tom Andrews, Otis Wilson|
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