Roger Staubach

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  • Heisman Trophy Winner and Former quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys
  • Successful Real Estate Businessman; Sold Company for $613 Million

Roger Staubach is a businessman, Heisman Trophy winner and legendary Hall of Fame former quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys from 1969 until 1979. Staubach was key in developing the Cowboys to become one of the best team of the 1970s and led the team to nine of the Cowboys record-setting twenty consecutive winning seasons. He led the club to five Super Bowl appearances, with victories in Super Bowl VI and Super Bowl XII. Staubach was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl VI becoming the first of four players to win the Heisman Trophy and Super Bowl MVP. Staubach was described by legendary coach Tom Landry as "possibly the best combination of a passer, an athlete and a leader to ever play in the NFL". After Roger Staubach's football career, he is known for building a commercial real estate empire of which he recently sold his company to Jones Lang LaSalle for $613 million dollars. Today, Staubach continues to be the Americans Chairman for Jones Lang LaSalle.  He continues to speak to audiences around the world motivating and inspiring them to achieve their dream, accomplish their goals, and push their potential to the limit.  

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  • Bloomberg Real Estate Interview

  • Winning in Business and Life: The Staubach Way
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  • Entrepreneurship
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  • Motivational
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  • Team Building
  • Texas Celebs
  • Youth & School Events

Roger Thomas Staubach (born February 5, 1942 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a businessman, Heisman Trophy winner and legendary Hall of Fame former quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys from 1969 until 1979. Staubach was key in developing the Cowboys to become one of the best team of the 1970s and led the team to nine of the Cowboys record-setting twenty consecutive winning seasons. Staubach led the Cowboys to their first Super Bowl victory and as a result he was named MVP in Super Bowl VI. Staubach was described by legendary coach Tom Landry as "possibly the best combination of a passer, an athlete and a leader to ever play in the NFL."Staubach first achieved national attention when he was named the starting quarterback of the Navy football team in 1962. He was hailed by Navy coach Wayne Hardin as "the greatest quarterback Navy ever had." He helmed the team for three seasons, leading the Midshipmen to two victories in the Army–Navy Game and an appearance in the 1964 Cotton Bowl Classic. In addition to earning the Heisman trophy by the seventh largest point margin, Staubach was elected to the College Hall of Fame in 1981.After his required service in the United States Navy, including a tour of duty in Vietnam, Staubach joined the Dallas Cowboys. He led the club to fiveSuper Bowl appearances, with victories in Super Bowl VI and Super Bowl XII. Staubach was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl VI becoming the first of four players to win the Heisman Trophy and Super Bowl MVP. Jim Plunkett, Marcus Allen, and Desmond Howard are the other three. He was named to the Pro Bowl six times during his eleven-year NFL career.

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Roger Staubach, legendary former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Heisman Trophy Winner, Former CEO of The Staubach Companies, Americas Chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle