Thirteen former Bulldogs have won 19 NFL championship rings.
- Larry Anderson (Super Bowl XIII, XIV), Pittsburgh Steelers
- Chris Boniol (Super Bowl XXX), Dallas Cowboys
- Cloyce Box (1952 NFL Championship Game, 1953 NFL Championship Game), Detroit Lions
- Terry Bradshaw (Super Bowl IX, X, XIII, XIV), Pittsburgh Steelers
- Fred Dean (Super Bowl XVI, XIX), San Francisco 49ers
- Doug Evans (Super Bowl XXXI), Green Bay Packers
- David Lee (Super Bowl V), Baltimore Colts
- Caleb Martin (1947 NFL Championship Game), Chicago Cardinals
- Johnny Robinson (Super Bowl XVIII), Oakland Raiders
- Leo Sanford (1958 NFL Championship Game), Chicago Cardinals
- Matt Stover (Super Bowl XXXV), Baltimore Ravens
- Grant Williams (Super Bowl XXXVI), New England Patriots
- Tramon Williams (Super Bowl XLV), Green Bay Packers
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“Did all the lets and bars appear
To every just or larger end,
Whence should come the trust and cheer?
Youth must its ignorant impulse lend
Age finds place in the rear.
All wars are boyish, and are fought by boys,
The champions and enthusiasts of the state:”
—Herman Melville (18191891)