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Jimmy Johnson      

Famed NFL and College Coach; Fox NFL Sunday Analyst

Jimmy Johnson is a football broadcaster and a former football player, coach and executive. Currently, Johnson is part of the highly rated Fox NFL Sunday team. Prior to that, he was named General Manager/Head Coach of the Miami Dolphins. He became the third head coach in club history, joining George Wilson (1966-69) and Don Shula (1970-95).

Prior to coaching the Dolphins, Johnson led "America's Team," the Dallas Cowboys, to two consecutive Super Bowl titles and joined Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, and Chuck Noll as the only head coaches to achieve this milestone. He is also the only coach in football history to win both a Super Bowl title and a major college football championship.

Before serving as head coach in the National Football League, Johnson served as head coach at Oklahoma State University and the University of Miami.

Johnson began his football career on the Arkansas Razorbacks football team, where he was an all-Southwest Conference defensive lineman.

Johnson is also the author of the autobiography Turning the Thing Around: Pulling America's Team Out of the Dumps-And Myself Out of the Doghouse, which chronicles his life and coaching experience. It's the ultimate insider's look at football from one of the true masters of the sport.

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