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In the history of the Super Bowl there have been only five players to receive the game’s Most Valuable Player award more than once, and all of them are quarterbacks. In fact, quarterbacks have won the award 28 times.The Patriots’ Tom Brady (four Super Bowl MVP awards), of course, is on the list of players with multiple Super Bowl MVP awards, along with Bart Starr (2), Terry Bradshaw (2), Joe Montana (3) and Eli Manning (2). Brady broke a tie with Montana when he won his fourth MVP award in Super Bowl 51. MORE: Ranking the Super Bowl MVPs | Biggest whiffsThe award has been won by the winning team’s quarterback in nine of the last 12 seasons. The three non-QBs over the past 12 years? That would be Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes, Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith, Broncos linebacker Von Miller and Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman.Here’s a list of every player to win Super Bowl MVP: Super Bowl MVPsYearSuper BowlMVPTeamPos1967IBart StarrPackersQB1968IIBart Starr (2)PackersQB1969IIIJoe NamathJetsQB1970IVLen DawsonChiefsQB1971VChuck HowleyCowboysLB1972VIRoger StaubachCowboysQB1973VIIJake ScottDolphinsS1974VIIILarry CsonkaDolphinsRB1975IXFranco HarrisSteelersRB1976XLynn SwannSteelersWR1977XIFred BiletnikoffRaidersWR1978XIIHarvey Martin/Randy WhiteCowboysDE/DT1979XIIITerry BradshawSteelersQB1980XIVTerry Bradshaw (2)SteelersQB1981XVJim PlunkettRaidersQB1982XVIJoe Montana49ersQB1983XVIIJohn RigginsRedskinsRB1984XVIIIMarcus AllenRaidersRB1985XIXJoe Montana (2)49ersQB1986XXRichard DentBearsDE1987XXIPhil SimmsGiantsQB1988XXIIDoug WilliamsRedskinsQB1989XXIIIJerry Rice49ersWR1990XXIVJoe Montana (3)49ersQB1991XXVOttis AndersonGiantsRB1992XXVIMark RypienRedskinsQB1993XXVIITroy AikmanCowboysQB1994XXVIIIEmmitt SmithCowboysRB1995XXIXSteve Young49ersQB1996XXXLarry BrownCowboysCB1997XXXIDesmond HowardPackersKR/PR1998XXXIITerrell DavisBroncosRB1999XXXIIIJohn ElwayBroncosQB2000XXXIVKurt WarnerRamsQB2001XXXVRay LewisRavensLB2002XXXVITom BradyPatriotsQB2003XXXVIIDexter JacksonBuccaneersS2004XXXVIIITom Brady (2)PatriotsQB2005XXXIXDeion BranchPatriotsWR2006XLHines WardSteelersWR2007XLIPeyton ManningColtsQB2008XLIIEli ManningGiantsQB2009XLIIISantonio HolmesSteelersWR2010XLIVDrew BreesSaintsQB2011XLVAaron RodgersPackersQB2012XLVIEli Manning (2)GiantsQB2013XLVIIJoe FlaccoRavensQB2014XLVIIIMalcolm SmithSeahawksLB2015XLIXTom Brady (3)PatriotsQB2016LVon MillerBroncosLB2017LITom Brady (4)PatriotsQB2018LIINick FolesEaglesQB2019LIIIJulian EdelmanPatriotsWRMore Super Bowl 54 news by Sporting News• Full betting odds & prediction for 49ers vs. Chiefs• The 25 best Super Bowl commercials of all time, ranked• Super Bowl Roman numerals, explained: A guide to help decipher the NFL’s weird numbers game• Superb Owl Sunday 2020: The story about owls and Super Bowl 54 you didn’t know you wanted until now• Who is the fastest player in the NFL? Tyreek Hill has serious competition in Super Bowl 54• Jimmy Garoppolo trade, revisited: How QB quickly turned 49ers’ big risk into Super Bowl reward• Patrick Mahomes’ baseball career was filled with potential• Why Joe Montana left the 49ers for the Chiefs• How did 49ers’ Deebo Samuel get his nickname? • What is the Chiefs’ mascot? A history of KC Wolf’s pioneering place in the NFL• Nick Bosa and Donald Trump: Revisiting the 49er’s social media controversy ahead of 2019 NFL Draft• Way-too-early NFL power rankings for 2020