CANTON, Ohio -- Joe Montana, Joe Greene and Emmitt Smith are among the 22 Pro Football Hall of Famers voted to the Super Bowl 50 Golden Team.
The squad was selected by voters for the Hall of Fame inductions. It features one player who has won five Super Bowl titles (defensive end Charles Haley) and 10 who earned four rings: Montana, Greene, Ronnie Lott, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann, Mike Webster, Mel Blount, Jack Ham, Jack Lambert and Adam Vinatieri, the only unanimous selection and only active player.
And the coach of the team, Chuck Noll, took four championships with Pittsburgh, which had seven players selected.
Also chosen were Hall of Famers Jerry Rice, Art Shell, Gene Upshaw, Reggie White, Randy White, Deion Sanders, Lawrence Taylor, Forrest Gregg, Ray Guy and Larry Allen.
Others selected were Jay Novacek, Jake Scott, Ray Lewis and Desmond Howard.
Three players also won regular-season MVP awards: Montana, Smith and Taylor.
"The Super Bowl 50 Golden Team is an amazing list of incredible individuals," Pro Football Hall of Fame executive vice president Joe Horrigan said in a statement. "Each name conjures up memories of some of the sport's greatest games showcased on its biggest platform: the Super Bowl stage.
"Unforgettable individual performances like Lynn Swann's acrobatic catches in Super Bowl X or Joe Montana's come-from-behind winning drive in Super Bowl XXIII are forever etched in the collective memories of football fans and celebrated as some of the most inspiring moments in the history of the National Football League."