Biography / Wiki
An American former professional football player Roger Staubach played as a quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League (NFL). He had led his team to win in Super Bowl VI and Super Bowl XII. Before Jim Plunkett, Marcus Allen, and Desmond Howard, Roger Staubach had won both the Heisman Trophy and Super Bowl MVP.
To date, he is being considered as one of the best quarterbacks of all time. During the offseason, he had worked as a salesman and assistant vice president for Henry S. Miller Realty in Dallas. During his career of 11 years, he had been named to the Pro Bowl six times.
Height / Weight / Age
Roger Staubach has a towering height of 191 cm and in feet inches, his height is 6’3” tall. This powerful quarterback weighs 89 kg in Kilograms or 197 lbs in Pounds. He has turned 80 years old.
He has a sharp black color eye and has white color spooky hair. He has a motivating physique with the following body measurements 38 inches chest, 36 inches waist, and 35 inches hips. His biceps size is 14 inches whereas his shoe size is 13 (US).
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Roger Staubach is $600 million USD approximately. His monthly income is $50 million USD.
Education / Family
Born on February 5, 1942, the real name of Roger Staubach is Roger Thomas Staubach. He is the only child of Elizabeth née Smyth and Robert Joseph. He belongs to partial German descent and was raised in a suburb of Cincinnati.
He was involved in Boy Scout and attended St. John the Evangelist Catholic School for primary education. While attending Purcell High School, a parochial school he had developed his interest in baseball and football.
|Real Name||Roger Thomas Staubach|
|Birth Place||Cincinnati, Ohio, USA|
|Date Of Birth||February 5, 1942|
|Height||In centimeters – 191 cm
In feet inches – 6’3”
|Weight||In kilograms – 89 kg
In pounds – 197 lbs
Former Navy officer
|School||St. John the Evangelist Catholic School
Purcell Marian High School
|Home Town||Ohio, USA|
|Fathers Name||Robert Staubach|
|Mothers Name||Elizabeth née Smyth|
Career / Fashion And Style
Roger Staubach started his career in 1961 at the U.S. Naval Academy. In 1962, he had played the third game of the season, against the University of Minnesota. During the second season, he won Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, and the Walter Camp Memorial Trophy. After graduating from Naval Academy, he became a Supply Corps officer for the Navy at the Chu Lai Base Area.
He had joined the Cowboys in 1971 and led the team to the NFC Championship. In the final season of 1979, he had scored career highs in completions (267), passing yards (3,586), and touchdown passes (27).
He had finished his 11 seasons with 1,685 completions for 22,700 yards and 153 touchdowns, Due to his brilliant performance, he has recorded the highest passer rating in the NFL. In March 1980, he took retirement from football with the highest career passer rating in NFL history.
Before retirement, he co-founded The Staubach Company, which is a commercial real estate business. The company developed several office buildings, managed construction, and looked for tenants.
His company collaborated with major businesses like McDonald’s Corporation, Hospital Corporation of America, AT&T, and K Mart Corporation. In 2008, the company was sold to Jones Lang LaSalle for $613 million. After retirement, he had worked as a color commentator for CBS Sports’ NFL telecasts.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife, and More
|Children||Daughter – Michelle Elizabeth, Jennifer Anne, Stephanie Marie, Amy Lynn
Son – Jeffery Roger
the list of Roger Staubach’s favorite things.
|Favorite Food||Continental food|
|Favorite Actor||Sukollawat Kanarot|
|Favorite Actress||Davika Hoorne|
|Favorite Holiday Destination||Switzerland|
Some Interesting Facts About Roger Staubach
- Roger Staubach is suffering from color blindness.
- In 1961, he has served in the US Navy on the Vietnam tour on the Lieutenant rank.
- He was ranked 9 in the list of 25 top footballers by ESPN.
- As an author, he has written the book “The Power in Link”.
- He had started a real estate company with Henry S. Miller.
- He was honored with Lone Sailor Award for his naval service at the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation.
- He has been nicknamed “Captain Comeback”, “Rodger the Dodger”, and “Captain America”.