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Dan Reeves

Former NFL Head Coach


Career Highlights... 189 career victories is the most among the NFL’s activehead coaches | Led the Atlanta Falcons to their first-ever NFC Championship game and Super Bowl appearance in 1998 | Five-time Coach of the Year | Led the Denver Broncos to five divisional titles, four championship games and three Super Bowl appearances | Fifth all-time leading rusher in Dallas Cowboys history | Actively participated in an NFL-record nine Super Bowls and has competed in 48 NFL playoff games as a playerand coach |

Hall of Famer… Member of the Colorado, Georgia and South Carolina Hall of Fames, as well as the University of South Carolina’s Hall of Fame |




Overcoming Obstacles… Dan had quadruple bypass surgery performed during the 1998 season, but amazingly, returned to the sidelines to the lead the Falcons to the Super Bowl, just four weeks after his surgery | Participated in Merck’s “Crossing the Line” campaign which focused on preventing heart disease | Now serves as a spokesperson for Zocor |

Success in Dallas… Though a successful running back with the Cowboys, he actually played quarterback in high school and college | Signed as a free agent by the Cowboys in 1964, which began a 16-year relationship as a player and coach with Dallas |
Former NFL Head Coach


Career Highlights... 189 career victories is the most among the NFL’s activehead coaches | Led the Atlanta Falcons to their first-ever NFC Championship game and Super Bowl appearance in 1998 | Five-time Coach of the Year | ...
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