Tight end Marv Fleming has the distinction to be the first NFL player to play in five Super Bowls. Fleming played in Super Bowls I and II with the Green Bay Packers and Super Bowls VI, VII, and VIII with the Miami Dolphins.
Originally an 11th-round draft choice by the Packers in 1963, Fleming played seven seasons with the Packers, where he was known both as a great blocker and a sure-handed receiver.
Fleming finished his Packers career with 109 catches for 1300 yards and 12 touchdowns.
A Longivew, Texas native, Fleming played his collegiate football at Utah.
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