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Doug Williams was named Super Bowl XXII Super Bowl MVP for his efforts. Williams passed for 340 yards and four touchdowns, a single-quarter record which he set in the second quarter, to win the game against the Denver Broncos, making him the first African-American quarterback to win a Super Bowl.
Following his playing career, Williams began coaching after his playing career, most notably serving as the head coach of the Grambling State Tigers. In addition to being a coach, Williams has been a team executive for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Virginia Destroyers, and Redskins.
Roy Jefferson was a wide receiver in the National Football League for twelve seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Colts, and Washington Redskins. During 162 regular season games, he had 451 receptions for 7,539 yards and 52 touchdowns. Jefferson was named to the Pittsburgh Steelers Legends team in 2007, as one of the best 24 Steelers players prior to 1970.