Staubach is one of ten players to both win the Heisman Trophy and be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the only quarterback. He was the executive chairman of the Americas region of Jones Lang LaSalle until his retirement in 2018. He is regarded as one of the best quarterbacks of all time.
Roger Staubach, in full Roger Thomas Staubach, byname Roger the Dodger, (born February 5, 1942, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.), American collegiate and professional gridiron football quarterback who was an important factor in the establishment of the National Football League (NFL) Dallas Cowboys as a dominant team in the 1970s.
Roger Staubach joined the Dallas Cowboys as a 27-year-old rookie in 1969 and didn't win the regular quarterbacking job until his third season in 1971. But for the nine seasons he was in command of the potent Cowboys attack, Dallas played in six NFC championship games, winning four of them, and also scored victories in Super Bowls VI and XII.
Roger Staubach was elected into the Hall of Fame as a Player in 1985. How many games did Roger Staubach play? Roger Staubach played 131 games over his career. How many passing yards did Roger Staubach have? Roger Staubach had 22,700 passing yards over his career. How many touchdowns did Roger Staubach have? Roger Staubach had 153 touchdowns ...
When Roger Staubach was a rookie in the NFL, he was making $25,000 a year. Today, he is worth an estimated $600 million, thanks to a side hustle he started during the off-season.
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Staubach was the recipient of the Thompson Trophy Cup at the Academy for three-consecutive years and was the 1965 winner of the Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword. He was the first sophomore to win the Thompson Trophy Cup and is its only three-time winner.