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It's been a year in the making, but I am thrilled that my friend and NFL legend Roger Staubach has agreed to settle the bet on behalf of JLL.
Club of Champions Gold Medal recipient, Roger Staubach was the legendary quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys.
Legendary Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach translated his winning record on the field into entrepreneurial success, but his intention was not to cash in on his football fame.
The project, scheduled to open in 2009, will mark Kimpton's first property in the Caribbean, said Roger Staubach, Chairman/CEO of The Staubach Co.
When Craig Morton, jettisoned by the Cowboys several years earlier in favor of Roger Staubach, took Denver to the Super Bowl in 1977, all he did against his old team was confirm that Tom Landry made the right decision, throwing fourinterceptions by halftime.
Red Hickey tried the Shotgun several more times, but it didn't go anywhere--and stayed nowhere, until Tom Landry adopted it in 1975 for his QB, Roger Staubach.
By telling the true-life stories of Chuck Bednarik, Art Donovan, A1 DeMao, Eddie LeBaron, Roger Staubach, Rocky Bleier and Pat Tillman, we are telling the stories of all our nation's veterans," he said.
It's been a long time since anyone shouted Gale Sayers' name over a public address system as he scampered down a football field, or marveled at the tight spirals Roger Staubach threw over the artificial turf at Texas Stadium.