Nine former Steelers players and coaches are Super Bowl champions as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9 to win Super Bowl LV.
Tampa Bay players Antonio Brown, Ross Cockrell and Steve McLendon and coaches Bruce Arians, Larry Foote, Harold Goodwin, Byron Leftwich, Tom Moore and Antwaan Randle El are all former members of the Steelers’ organization
Brown scored a second-quarter touchdown on a pass from Tom Brady to put Tampa up 21-6 before the half.
The Buccaneers never trailed after a Brady to Rob Gronkowski touchdown pass in the first quarter and held Kansas City without a touchdown.
The win was the first Super Bowl ring for Brown, Cockrell, McLendon. Goodwin, Leftwich and Randle El won their second. Arians won his third Super Bowl ring and first as a head coach. Foote won his third and first as a coach. Moore won his fourth ring.