Oklahoma football: Three former Sooners celebrate back-to-back Super Bowl wins

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An Oklahoma football alum has participated on the winning team in 25 Super Bowls. You can now make that 26 with four former Sooners taking part in Super Bowl XLVIII as members of the champion Kansas City Chiefs.

For three Kansas City Chiefs -- C Creed Humphrey, TE Blake Bell and LS James Winchester -- it was their second consecutive Super Bowl victory. Winchester was also on the KC roster when the Chiefs prevailed in Super Bowl LIV in 2020 and also in 2021 when they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

OL Wanya Morris, in his first year in the NFL this season, was injured and did not see action for the Chiefs in this year's Super Bowl game,

There were also a couple of former Sooners -- All-Pro OT Trent Williams and TE Brayden Willis -- on the opposing side in this year's Super Bowl, playing for the San Fransisco 49ers.

Winchester has been with the Chiefs organization the longest of the four former Oklahoma players. This was in ninth season with Kansas City. He is the second longest tenured member of the Chiefs behind TE Travis Kelce.

Bell is in his second stint with Kansas City. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. He played two seasons in San Francisco. The former OU quarterback, who was converted to TE his season season, was picked up off waivers by the Minnesota Vikings in 2017 and signed with Jacksonville in 2018 before coming to the Chiefs in 2019. Bell played one season at Dallas before returning to Kansas City in 2021.

Humphrey just completed his third season with the Chiefs as the starting center. He was an All-America center at Oklahoma (2017-20) and was drafted by Kansas City in the second round in 2021 with the 64th overall pick. Humphrey has developed into one of the top centers in the NFL. He posted an 80.4 grade from Pro Football Focus this season, fourth best in the NFL. He has not missed a game in three seasons with the Chiefs.

This was Morris' rookie season with Kansas City. He was a third-round draft selection by the Chiefs. He began the season as a backup but stepped in for injured starter Donovan Smith late in the 2023 season. Morris was injured himself late in the regular season and did not play during the playoffs and was not active for the Super Bowl.

A total of 32 former Sooners have played on 25 of the 58 Super Bowl champions. For the complete list click here.