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Category: Christian Athletes, Football, Hall of Famers, Heisman Trophy Winners, Leadership Speakers, Top Christian Speakers, Top Football Speakers

Highlights: Hall of Famer Roger Staubach quarterbacked the Dallas Cowboys from 1969-1979 and led them to two Super Bowl championships. In college, he won the 1963 Heisman Trophy while playing for the Naval Academy.

Travels From: Texas

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Roger Staubach achieved the pinnacle of success in football at both the professional and college levels. He quarterbacked the Dallas Cowboys for 11 seasons from 1969-1979, winning Super Bowls VI and XII and being named MVP of Super Bowl VI. Considered one of the all-time great quarterbacks, Staubach was named to six Pro Bowls, led the league in passer rating four times and passing touchdowns once. He was named a member of the NFL 1970s All-Decade Team and one of ten quarterbacks to the 100th Anniversary All-Time Team, joining Tom Brady, Sammy Baugh, John Elway, Otto Graham, Brett Favre, Peyton Manning, Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas and Dan Marino. Staubach is a member of the Cowboys’ Ring of Honor and, in 1985, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Born on February 5, 1942 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Staubach attended the Naval Academy from 1961-1964. Considered the greatest football player ever to play at Navy, Staubach in 1963 won most every major college accolade, including the UPI Player of the Year, Chic Harley Award, Sporting New Player of the Year, Maxwell Award and Heisman Trophy. The school retired his jersey #12 and he became a member of the College Football Hall of Fame in 1981. In 2007, ESPN ranked Staubach 9th on its list of the Top 25 Players In College Football History. After graduating in 1965, Staubach did a tour of duty in Vietnam before joining the Cowboys in 1969. He is one of just four players to win both Super Bowl MVP and the Heisman Trophy along with Desmond Howard, Marcus Allen and Jim Plunkett.

Off the field, Staubach enjoyed a successful business career in commercial real estate, launching The Staubach Company in 1977, which he grew into a multibillion-dollar company. He sold the company to Jones Lang Lasalle in 2008 and served as executive chairman until he retired in 2018. Staubach has also served on numerous boards, including AMR Corporation, Cinemark, Brinker International, United Way of America, The Salvation Army and Children’s Cancer Fund. He has received numerous additional accolades, including being presented in 1996 with the Lone Sailor Award by the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation and in 2006 the Congressional Medal of Honor Patriot Award. In 2018, he was honored by President Donald Trump with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, just the fourth person associated with football to be so honored (the others were Bear Bryant, Alan Page and Earl Blaik).

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