Roger Staubach was drafted in the 16th round of the AFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Roger Staubach went to the New Mexico Military Institute before heading to the Naval Academy.
His longest pass went for 85 yards.
He threw a career high 16 int's in 1975.
He played in 131 games as a Dallas Cowboy.
His career high in passing came in 1989, when he threw for 3,586 yards.
Roger Staubach started in 17 playoff games.
Roger Staubach led the Cowboys to a win in Super Bowls VI and XII. He won the MVP in Super Bowl XII.
Roger Staubach was ranked number 29 on The Sporting News List of 100 greatest football players.
Roger Staubach was drafted in the 10th round, 122nd pick, by the Dallas Cowboys in 1964.
Roger Staubach worked for Henry S. Miller Realty as a salesman and assistant vice president from 1970 to 1977.
Roger Staubach received the NCAA's Theodore Roosevelt Award in 2000, and teh Bert Bell Maxwell Trophy in 1971.
Roger Staubach served as a football commentator for CBS sports from 1980-1982.
Roger Staubach married his wife, Marrianne Jeanne Hoobler on September 4th.
Roger Staubach finds time to write and likes to get involved with charitable organizations in his spare time.
Roger Staubach founded a brokerage firm in Dallas, Texas.
Roger Staubach threw 153 touchdowns, adn over 22,700 yards in his career.
Roger Staubach was named to six pro-bowls.
Roger Staubach was named to the Dallas Cowboy's ring of honor in 1983.
Roger Staubach had his number 12 jersey retired at the Naval Academy.
Roger Staubach was inducted into the College Football Hall Of Fame in 1981.
Roger Staubach wore the number 12.
Some of his nicknames include "Rodger the dodger and Captain Comeback."
Roger Staubach spent a mandatory four years serving America following his completion of the Naval Academy.
Roger Staubach is listed at 200 lbs.
Roger Staubach joined the Cowboys as a 27-
year old rookie in 1969.
He won the Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl VI.
He led Dallas to four NFC Titles.
Roger Staubach won the 1963 Heisman Trophy.