Roger Staubach is a former football quarterback who is of the American origin and used to play in the National Football League (NFL). Roger Staubach served in the U. S. Navy for a year upon graduating from the U. S. Naval Academy. He then joined the Dallas Cowboys. Now let’s have a close look on Roger Staubach’s net worth in 2019.
Roger Staubach was born in 1942 on 5th February as an only child. His birthplace was Cincinnati, Ohio, but he was raised in Silverton. As a youth, Staubach was a Boy Scout.
He joined St. John the Evangelist Catholic School. In 1960, he graduated from Purcell High School which is a Catholic high school. It is currently called Purcell Marian High School.
He then joined the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell for a year. In 1961, he started studying at the U. S. Naval Academy.
Staubach started playing football back in the Naval Academy for Midshipmen. His position was usually the quarterback. He played his first game against the University of Minnesota which was held in 1962 on 6th October. Staubach played for the team until he graduated in 1964. During his departure, he was the captain of the baseball team of the Academy.
Due to his color blindness, he was made the first graduate of the Naval Academy be commissioned into the Supply Corps. After graduating, he declined to request for an assignment in the United States. Instead, he volunteered to go on a tour of duty in Vietnam for a year. He returned in September 1967 and never attended any other external mission for the remaining part of his career.
In 1964, Dallas Cowboys drafted him in their NFL draft of that year. He was already in four years long commitment with the military. Therefore, he began playing professionally in 1969. At that time, he was 27 years old. The Kansas City Chiefs had also drafted him in their AFL Draft. Staubach settled for the Cowboys.
Due to a separated shoulder in 1972, he missed most of the season. Nevertheless, he was present during the game against San Francisco 49ers. He played for the team until 1979. Despite the team wanting him to stay for at least two more seasons, he declined the offer. Roger retired from football in March 1980.
Awards & Achievements
The greatness of this man when it came to football is evident given the many awards that Staubach has been awarded over the years. 1963, in particular, was a remarkable year for him. He won the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award as well as Chic Harley Award. Also, he was titled UPI Player of the Year, Unanimous All-American and Sporting News Player of the Year. For two times, I.e., Super Bowl VI and XII, Staubach was the champion. In the former, he was also the MVP. Roger if a four-time NFL passing rating leader in 1971, 1973, 1978 and 1979.
For the Pro Bowl, he held the title for five executive years between 1975 and 1979. He had held the back in 1971 together with Bert Bell Award. Others include NFL passing touchdowns leader, NFL Man of the Year Award, NFL 1970s All-Decade Team and Dallas Ring of Honour.
Net Worth of Roger Staubach
Roger Staubach’s estimated net worth is around $650 million. One of his source of income was his football career with the NFL. He played for the Dallas Cowboys between 1969 and 1979. He has a major one which is a commercial real estate business. In 2008 on 11th July, he sold The Staubach Company to Jones Lang LaSalle for $613 million.
Roger Staubach is not only a former American football quarterback player but also an entrepreneur. He was also a member of the military. Staubach then started playing football for the Dallas Cowboys. Later, he ventured into real estate and did very well. His vast playing skills have earned him a long list of honors and awards.